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Artists Reception – Mapping Worlds 2 (Hello Spaceus Annex!!)

Fri, Oct 5 2018 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Free


The seasons are definately turning, and while the vegetables in our gardens have stopped growing, Spaceus seems to be growing like a bean!

You may have been able to catch Mapping Worlds Part 1 at the Roslindale Substation, Spaceus’ summer location. Well the ideas continue into the group’s new(NEW) location in East Cambridge, which they are calling the Annex.


Mapping Worlds 2 is the first installation in the Spaceus Annex.

Mapping has a number of applications—from geographies, to experiences, to data, tracing migrations, narratives of displacement, and movement of people. Map makers also hold power as the visualization of borders, spaces, and structures–real or imagined–influence one’s understanding of the world. How can we use mapping as a tool of empowerment? What application of mapping are you utilizing to explore the world around you? How do we map worlds? What are the implications of mapping?


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This exhibition has been organized by Isabel Beavers

Artists and the pieces they are involved with are:

Jean Chung
Object Treasure
Pedro Cruz, John Wihbey, Avni Ghael, Felipe Shibuya
Simulated Dendrochronology of US Immigrations
Jeremy Endo
Swing from the bushes
Golf Course on the Strip
Kimono Tapestry 3
Kimono Tapestry 4
Allison Gray
(After) Mount Mansfield
Mitsuko Nakagawa
Transitions, no2
Kendall Reiss
Verdigris Study
Evolution 1: Landscape
Torii Gate
Laine Rettmer
New West
Allison Maria Rodriguez
In the presence of Absence – Carmen & Joaquin
Sanghyun Suh
Mapping of the translation from digital to reality
William Van Beckum
Bears Ears
The exhibition will be up through October 12th by appointment only!
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Fri, Oct 5 2018
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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