Divide by Mark Goetz is at the San Francisco Museum of Craft and Design through June 4th.
The Archive of Creative Culture exhibition curated by Lacey Haslam runs February 11th through June 4th.
ARCHIVE OF CREATIVE CULTURE
Archive of Creative Culture is a nomination based, participatory project, documenting the histories of respected creative thinkers. As a cultural resource, this project results in a collection of books sourced from revered visual, performing and literary artists, musicians, curators, and cultural figures. Each book in the collection is identified as being THE go-to reference, a source of inspiration or represents a pivotal moment in the contributor’s life. Nominations provided by Archive contributors are used in visualizing the creative network.
Since 2014, the Archive of Creative Culture has been growing through a series of nationwide pop-up exhibitions. Traveling in a reimagined 1973 Argosy Airstream, the project is sourcing books from each site to survey creative culture in towns and cities in the US. The books collected at each location remain on-site and available to view.
The Argosy Airstream, Archive of Creative Culture book collection and the creative network map will be installed at the Museum of Craft and Design February 11 – June 4, 2017. Our Argosyis a text work written by artist and Archive contributor Kari Marboe based on connections between the creative practices of contributors and the books they added to the collection. Archive of Creative Culture is created in memory of Seb Hamamjian, co-founder of Museum of Craft and Design and is organized by Lacey Haslam.
Shown in indoor finish Matte Black powdercoat.
Photos ©Henrik Kam 2017