Andrea Grover and Daniel Fuller
On The Waterfront
Thursday, January 31st, 7pm
Like many maritime cities, Philadelphia’s waterfront has gone through substantial economic, cultural, and social change. Curators Andrea Grover and Daniel Fuller will be collaborating with students from Tyler School of Art to reconsider the Delaware River’s waterfront which is currently lined with big box stores like IKEA, strip clubs, and a casino. Through this public collaboration our goal is generate an understanding of the built environment and the consequences of its perpetual flux.
Andrea Grover is Curator of Special Projects at the Parrish Art Museum. Grover is well known for her innovative media arts exhibitions and pop-up cinema events produced as founder of the nonprofit cinema, Aurora Picture Show. She is a 2013 Fellow of the Center for Curatorial Leadership.
Daniel Fuller is the Director of the Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Artand is the co-Director of Publication Studio Portland. He has written for numerous publications including Art in America, Art:21, Afterall, ArtAsiaPacific, and Art on Paper.
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