Join artist and director Elliot Reed for an intimate conversation with Art + Practice’s Public Programs and Exhibitions Manager Joshua Oduga. Through an exploration of Ellliot’s history as an artist, Reed and Oduga will discuss ideas of site specificity, technology, collaboration, and sculpture, exploring how these ideas have informed Reed’s works. This discussion will provide opportunities for the audience to deeply engage with select works by Reed.
This program will be pre-recorded and shared via A+P’s website on October 26th at 6:30 p.m. This means that anyone interested in attending this program from anywhere in the world is welcome, all you need is an internet connection! No RSVP is necessary.
If you would like a reminder and information about future programs, please RSVP HERE. A link to view the program will be emailed to all of those on the RSVP list on October 26, 2021.
Elliot Reed is an artist and director based in New York. He assembles bodies, movement, and narrative within exhibition space, wielding performance as a tool. Their projects span video, dance, performance, and sculpture highlighting the ways seen (and unseen) actors make their mark.
Elliot is a 2019 danceWEB scholar, 2019–20 Artist in Residence at The Studio Museum in Harlem, and recipient of the 2019 Rema Hort Mann Emerging Artist Grant. Exhibitions include a commission with JACK Quartet (2021), Metro Pictures (2021), MoMA PS1 (2020/21), OCD Chinatown (2021), The Getty Center (2018), Hammer Museum (2016), Dorothy Chandler Pavilion (2018), The Broad (2017), and performances in Tokyo, Osaka, London, Mexico City, Vienna, and Hamburg. Their first solo show ‘Rhythm’ opened September 2021 at Kunsthaus Glarus.
Joshua Oduga is Art + Practice’s Public Programs and Exhibitions Manager. He has over a decade of expertise working directly with artists, communities, and artistic organizations. Much of his work during this time has focused on bridging the gap between groups of artists and the communities they work in, always working towards the free exchange of resources and ideas. In addition to working at A+P, Joshua continues to work as an independent curator and musician, focusing on emerging technologies and collaboration in artistic practices.