Home Room: Live and In Person
The group exhibition Home Room expands opportunities for artists to explore the evolution of their practice in a post-pandemic environment. The exhibition features installation work, performance art, new media, painting, photography, and more, giving expression to the often unfamiliar, hybridized environment that has become the norm post-March 2020 in New York City and beyond.
About the Curator:
Audra Lambert is an independent curator and founder, ANTE mag+platform. She holds an MA, Art History and Visual Culture from Lindenwood University (MO) and a BA in Art History and Asian Studies from St. Peter’s University (NJ.) Her curatorial projects center Feminist and Queer art histories with an intersectional and intercultural lens. She has curated exhibits at the Center for Jewish History – Yeshiva University, Fountain House Gallery, The Living Gallery, Arsenal Gallery, Radiator Gallery, and others. She is curator-in-residence at The Yard, South Williamsburg, and Founder/Editor-in-Chief of ANTE mag+platform – a space for exhibition-making and art criticism in dialogue with artist-centered projects. Home Room is presented at sister sites, in dialogue with a Fall 2020 virtual performance series for artists to exhibit during the pandemic lockdown which was organized by ANTE and Radiator Gallery.