September 14 – October 14, 2018
Opening Reception: 6-8pm, Friday, September 14, 2018
Location: Standard Projects, 111 S Nash St, Hortonville, WI 54944 USA
Regular hours during exhibition: Saturday and Sunday 12-3, or by appointment
Contact: Kate Mothes, [email protected]
Luke Ahern, Joshua Armitage, Ramón Jiménez Cárdenas, Brendan Carroll, Rachel Gisela Cohen, Saskia Fleishman, Maureen Meyer, Zach Mory, Soumya Netrabile, Justin Liam O’Brien, Anna Park, Padma Rajendran, Val Shamma, WooJin Shin, Grace Stott, Laura Wade, Dave Walsh, and Tom Wilmott
Big Link is an exhibition of international contemporary art curated by Kate Mothes, founder of Young Space. This is the second exhibition of its kind at Standard Projects, which brings together a diverse selection of work by artists who are exploring ideas of identity, displacement, intimacy, and current events – the ideas that invariably link us together, especially in divisive times. Young Space utilizes the internet to bring together art and artists for projects and exhibitions “in real life,” which emphasize diverse perspectives, artist-led culture, collaboration, and connectivity.
Standard Projects is a multiuse, artist-run exhibition and workspace in the former village police station in Hortonville, WI, founded by Claire Abitz in 2014. The mission of Standard Projects is to build community through artistic collaboration across trades. More information at stndrdprjcts.com and on Instagram @stndrdprjcts.
Young Space is a website and art curatorial project founded by Kate Mothes, which shares interviews with emerging contemporary artists from around the globe, and collaborates with artists and organizers to realize exhibitions nationally and internationally. More information at yngspc.com and on Instagram @yngspc.