This project is an inhabitable scenography of seven ‘figures’ sustaining a gathering space and a framework for engagement with the New Haven arts community. Over the course of two months, collaborating artists and community partners will develop the space through a series of treatments in, of, and around this analogical garden. The cast of participants includes local art and educational organizations, students in the Yale Schools of Music, Drama, Art, and Architecture, graduates of these programs, and other independent contributors with connections to New Haven. Between events and performances, the scenography and seasonal treatments rest, inviting visitors to shed normative gallery behavior and explore, inhabit, rearrange, and play with the flexible elements of the garden. The piece is designed and organized by Daniel Glick-Unterman (M.Arch ’17), Ian Donaldson (M.Arch ’18), and Carr Chadwick (MFA ’17).
For more information: https://www.architecture.yale.edu/exhibitions/63-garden-pleasure
Season 2: Emergence
Alteronce Gumby, Bek Andersen, Camille Altay, DIS.art with Derek Larson, Melanie Moser (Mlle.NOISE), Sara Emsaki, Yo-E Ryou
Bek Andersen with Melanie Moser (Mlle.NOISE)
Photo, video and landscape installation