In anticipation of our fall exhibition Entering the Landscape, opening on September 30th, 2017, Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art is extremely pleased to present an artist talk with Brooklyn-based interdisciplinary artist and educator, A.K. Burns.
On Monday, September 25th at 7pm, Burns will speak about her current project, Negative Space. For her talk titled ‘A Slow Rearrangement of Desires’ Burns will unravel the links between her recent body of work and camping in Utah, new materialism, access to resources and disdain for speed and newness, the current political apocalypse, collaboration, and previous projects. This interweaving of land and body follows many of the same lines of inquiry as Leave No Trace, the sound and text-based installation that Burns will present as her contribution to Entering the Landscape. More info here.