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Anxious to Make

On Saturday, June 24th from 6 to 8pm media artist duo Anxious to Make (Liat Berdugo + Emily Martinez) opens a new solo exhibition Precarious Life 2.0 at The Luminary.

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In Residence: Assaf Evron

Tel Aviv and Chicago-based artist Assaf Evron was a Spring 2017 resident at The Luminary, participating in the group exhibition Off Modern: In What Time Do We Live? and researching the city's architectural patterning and ornamentation for forthcoming projects.

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Current Residents

2017 Special Residency Session

The Luminary's special residency session supports eight leading St. Louis-based black artists, including Lyndon Barrois Jr., Addoley Dzegede, Jen Everett, Kahlil Irving, Dani and Kevin McCoy (WORK/PLAY), De Nichols, and Kat Reynolds.

Alexis Wilkinson

Alexis Wilkinson is a mover and a curator working across dance, choreography, and visual art. Recent curatorial projects include In Practice: Material Deviance at SculptureCenter, NY, objects are slow events at the Hessel Museum, NY, and Matter to Whom? at the Judd Foundation, NY (2015).

Anxious to Make (Liat Berdugo + Emily Martinez)

Anxious to Make is the collaborative practice of Liat Berdugo and Emily Martinez whose focus is on the so-called "sharing economy" and the contemporary artists' "anxiety to make" in the accelerationist, neoliberal economic landscape.

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