Two projects by SCI-Arc alumnae Laurel Consuelo Broughton (M.Arch ‘06) and Mimi Zeiger (M.arch ‘98) have been selected for the international WorldWide Storefront (WWSF) series organized by the Storefront for Art and Architecture this upcoming fall.
The initiative includes a simultaneous, multi-locus of alternative spaces around the globe, coupled with a digital platform for the expression and exchange of latent desires within contemporary art and architecture practices.
Laurel Broughton’s entry, Gallery Attachment, developed together with Andrew Kovacs, will feature a space designed and constructed under a bridge in Los Angeles. It will serve simultaneously as an architectural object and as a container for a series of events, exhibitions and performances.
Mimi Zeiger’s Host: Natural Histories will be located at The Neutral VDL Research Site in the Silverlake district of Los Angeles. The project explores the multivalent meaning of the word “host”: a talk-show host, a parasitic host body, a host house or city, via an exhibition and series of events.
From September 19 to November 21, 2014 the 10 selected entries located around the world will open simultaneously, offering a two-month program of exhibitions and events. Recordings of the events will be broadcast through the WWSF online platform and presented at the Storefront for Art and Architecture Gallery in the installation WWSf Portal, a collaborative design by Marc Fornes and Jana Winderen.
Read more about WWSF here.