Photo courtesy of Marco Bruzzone

The Pollock Gallery of the Division of Art at SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts will present the exhibition, The Triple Carbs Society (The Built-In Kitchen of M. Duchamp) by Marco Bruzzone. It is the first SMU exhibition curated by Sofia Bastidas as the 2016-17 Pollock Curatorial Fellow.

In the exhibition, Berlin-based artist Marco Bruzzone has created a conceptual constructed space composed of a built-in kitchen resembling a common middle-class American kitchen and a long communal picnic table referencing the furniture of minimalist artist Donald Judd. According to the artist, the work hopes to challenge the security and identity of a new, cheap, kitschy middle-class American dining environment with what might be its direct opposite – minimalist references that by default clash with the American middle-class notion of art. Bruzzone focuses on merging daily life activities and artistic practice, offering the spectator a moment of reflection on the domestic space and its function as a “readymade” (a term coined by French artist Marcel Duchamp around 1913 to indicate an everyday object that has been selected and designated as art).

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through October 22.

The Pollock Gallery of the Division of Art at SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts will present the exhibition, The Triple Carbs Society (The Built-In Kitchen of M. Duchamp) by Marco Bruzzone. It is the first SMU exhibition curated by Sofia Bastidas as the 2016-17 Pollock Curatorial Fellow.

In the exhibition, Berlin-based artist Marco Bruzzone has created a conceptual constructed space composed of a built-in kitchen resembling a common middle-class American kitchen and a long communal picnic table referencing the furniture of minimalist artist Donald Judd. According to the artist, the work hopes to challenge the security and identity of a new, cheap, kitschy middle-class American dining environment with what might be its direct opposite – minimalist references that by default clash with the American middle-class notion of art. Bruzzone focuses on merging daily life activities and artistic practice, offering the spectator a moment of reflection on the domestic space and its function as a “readymade” (a term coined by French artist Marcel Duchamp around 1913 to indicate an everyday object that has been selected and designated as art).

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through October 22.

The Pollock Gallery of the Division of Art at SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts will present the exhibition, The Triple Carbs Society (The Built-In Kitchen of M. Duchamp) by Marco Bruzzone. It is the first SMU exhibition curated by Sofia Bastidas as the 2016-17 Pollock Curatorial Fellow.

In the exhibition, Berlin-based artist Marco Bruzzone has created a conceptual constructed space composed of a built-in kitchen resembling a common middle-class American kitchen and a long communal picnic table referencing the furniture of minimalist artist Donald Judd. According to the artist, the work hopes to challenge the security and identity of a new, cheap, kitschy middle-class American dining environment with what might be its direct opposite – minimalist references that by default clash with the American middle-class notion of art. Bruzzone focuses on merging daily life activities and artistic practice, offering the spectator a moment of reflection on the domestic space and its function as a “readymade” (a term coined by French artist Marcel Duchamp around 1913 to indicate an everyday object that has been selected and designated as art).

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through October 22.

WHEN

WHERE

Pollock Gallery
6116 N. Central Expy.
Suite 101
Dallas, TX 75206
http://mcs.smu.edu/calendar/event/triple-carbs-society-presents-built-kitchen-m-duchamp-marco-bruzzone

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