Launching Storefront IS Dominican Republic
Friday June 21, 2013 – Saturday June 22, 2013
STOREFRONT INTERNATIONAL SERIES DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
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STOREFRONT IS DR LAUNCH
Friday June 21, 2013
Storefront kicked off the Storefront International Series with Storefront IS Dominican Republic which took place from June 25 – June 30, 2013 . This launch event gathered Dominican/New Yorkers with a series of performances, toasts, manifestos, poems, images and more. The event aimed to inform, open up and simultanously frame the conversations and events to take place during the first Storefront I.S event in the Dominican Republic from June 25 – June 30, 2013.
Event participants included Josefina Baez, Gerard Ellis, Quisqueya Henriquez, Claudia Herasme Alfonso, Tania Marmolejo and Gustavo Rodriquez.
JUNE 25 – JUNE 30, 2013
Storefront IS Dominican Republic
June 25 – June 30, 2013
Storefront International Series: Dominican Republic (Storefront IS DR), organized in collaboration with Laboratorio Dominicano de Arquitectura (LAD), was a six-day series of events which took place in contested sites across the country while addressing the most pressing issues in the construction of public life in the region. Local experts, in conversation with global experts from different fields, presented and discussed their ideas and observations on various sites throughout country in order to articulate some of the most relevant questions of the cultural and physical landscapes in the Dominican Republic today. Going beyond social, disciplinary or ideological boundaries, Storefront IS DR aimed to break established lines of division to produce spaces of collective thought, reflection and ultimately, action.
About Storefront International Series
Storefront International Series (Storefront IS) is a nomadic project that takes the Storefront Series to different cities and territories around the globe. Establishing a transversal format of inquiry, Storefront International Series works with local individuals and institutions to identify relevant topics and address the most pressing challenges by providing alternative frameworks of discussion. With a mix of local and global experts from the fields of art, architecture, literature, politics, real state, anthropology, economics, technology and science and citizens at large, the Storefront International Series aims to articulate local desires within global understandings.
To learn more about the event cick here.