Danielle Dean

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Tuesday, December 19th, 7pm Wendy’s Subway Reading Room at BAM Next Wave Festival Featuring Danielle Dean, Millie Kapp and Noah Furman Danielle Dean is an interdisciplinary artist whose works use fiction and the aesthetics of advertisement to engage and historicize the media and cultural processes that colonize the mind and body. Drawing on her multinational background—born to a Nigerian father and an English mother in Alabama, and brought up in a suburb of London—her work explores technology, architecture, marketing techniques, and the media as tools of subjection and oppression. Dean received her MFA from California Institute of the Arts and attended the Whitney ...
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PublisherSculpture Center2017
The artists included in Material Deviance use the quotidian, unassuming stuff of life and its circulation as a means of engaging larger social and infrastructural processes. They look to irregularities, gaps, residues, and altered states, whether found or enacted, as material traces of latent histories and underlying systems of power to expose the invisible forces of regulation, value, and control. While such systems inevitably shape the movement of bodies and things through the world—from the level of the individual to the social—the works on view reveal the cracks through which deviant modes of being and perceiving can emerge…

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