Alan Chin

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       The Possible ,  an experimental exhibition at the  Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive , January 29 — May 25, 2014. A diverse group of artists collaborated to design, facilitate, and work within a series of creative platforms including: a ceramics studio, a printshop, a dye lab and textile studio, a library, an outdoor shower, a recording studio, The Something space for sound/video/movement, the Domestic Integrities rug performance and gathering space, and a group gallery installation. The exhibition took the form of a group residency and public workshop series with the museum acting as a center for artistic exchange.  Curated by David Wilson, Kori Alexander Gerard, and Larry Rinder
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The Possible, an experimental exhibition at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, January 29 — May 25, 2014. A diverse group of artists collaborated to design, facilitate, and work within a series of creative platforms including: a ceramics studio, a printshop, a dye lab and textile studio, a library, an outdoor shower, a recording studio, The Something space for sound/video/movement, the Domestic Integrities rug performance and gathering space, and a group gallery installation. The exhibition took the form of a group residency and public workshop series with the museum acting as a center for artistic exchange.

Curated by David Wilson, Kori Alexander Gerard, and Larry Rinder