FICTILIS + Inventory Press @ SFABF

FICTILIS + Inventory Press @ SFABF

July 21st at the SF Art Book Fair

12-1 PM – The Lounge, Museum of Capitalism: Readings
FICTILIS and Inventory Press
Museum of Capitalism treats capitalism as a historical phenomenon, viewing the present and recent past from the implied perspective of a future society in which our economic and political system is memorialized,…

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Labadie Collection Residency

Labadie Collection Residency

The Labadie Collection is a collection documenting the history of social protest movements and marginalized political communities from the 19th century to the present, housed at the Labadie Collection. FICTILIS is the proud recipient of a Heidrich Research Fellowship and is thrilled to return to Ann Arbor this August and September…

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LOT Miami

LOT Miami

FICTILIS is developing a project for LOT, “a process-driven and research-based exhibition that considers land within the context of rapidly changing cities.” The first iteration of LOT will take place between October 7-10 in a vacant lot in the Little Haiti neighborhood of Miami, FL, which was purchased in 2015 by…

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Wildcat Hauling in DC

Wildcat Hauling in DC

We’re presenting an installation of documentation from our ongoing project, Wildcat Hauling, at the Corcoran Atrium Gallery from February 5-March 20, with an opening reception on February 5th from 6:30-8pm.…

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Video for COAL Prize Nomination

Video for COAL Prize Nomination

FICTILIS made a short film to represent True Cost Market at the 2015 COAL Art & Environment Ceremony.

Credits:

FICTILIS (Andrea Steves & Timothy Furstnau)
Art Direction & Photography – Francesca Romeo
Actors – Pierre Conti & Rose Linke
Translation – Francesca Romeo & Pierre Conti
Editor –…

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Santa Fe Art Institute Food Justice Residency

Santa Fe Art Institute Food Justice Residency

FICTILIS was at the Santa Fe Art Institute for the month of June, developing work, experimenting and researching. Here’s a few images (courtesy of SFAI’s Robert Gomez Hernandez) from their Food Justice celebration and Open Studios on June 21st of a new project we’ve been developing exploring the imagery of farms…

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