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 Installation view of Melanie Manos  in which F assesses her options
       
     
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Negative Space

Sully Allen, Jesse Butcher, Zahria Cook, Dehanza, Mulanre "Eddie" Gan, Mary Jo Karimnia, Melanie Manos, Jeremiah Matthews and Kayla Selby, Natalie Minik, Alex Paulus, Cat Peña, Nick Peña, Terri Phillips, Corkey Sinks, Joey Slaughter, Jessica Weaver, Terri Weaver, and Tad Lauritzen Wright

Engaging with the architecture and history of Crosstown and the residues of both its predecessor Sears and its subsequent transformation, group exhibition Negative Space operates within unused miniscule spaces in public areas of Crosstown Concourse. Numerous holes, nails, and small architectural elements pockmark walls and columns, bearing evidence of past usage. Negative Space invites current Artists in Residence at Crosstown Arts as well as local community artists to embrace these underutilized spaces for art display. Featuring both site specific installations as well as a performance by Melanie Manos, Negative Space offers artists and audience members an opportunity both to explore the Concourse and to consider scale and intimacy in public art display.

Made possible by the Crosstown Arts Residency Program. | Graphic design by Jeremiah Matthews.

Crosstown Concourse, Memphis, TN

July 25-August 25, 2019

Photos by Aubree Penney 2019

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NegativeSpace_Map_8-5x11.jpg
       
     
 Installation view of Melanie Manos  in which F assesses her options
       
     

Installation view of Melanie Manos in which F assesses her options

 Cat Peña  untitled
       
     

Cat Peña untitled

 Corkey Sinks  Untitled
       
     

Corkey Sinks Untitled

 Dehanza  Visions of #BlackGirlhood
       
     

Dehanza Visions of #BlackGirlhood