Drive-By Projects is pleased to present The Event of the Line, an exhibition organized by guest curator Ben Sloat, beginning February 27. Artist, educator, and independent curator, Sloat has used his maverick inventiveness and probing intelligence to assemble this lively exhibition in Drive-By's storefront space.
"The Event of the Line explores the line as a dynamic form, one that reaches across cultural platforms, materials, and gestures. In a sense, the line can be considered as a mechanism to cross boundaries and to shift relationships within extant structures of art production. The artists chosen for this show, some from the Boston area, others working nationally or internationally, each propose unique mechanisms for the function of the line, perhaps pointing to the ultimate capacity of the line itself: as a cultural event." — Ben Sloat
Thursday, February 27, 6-8PM
Drive-By Projects, 81 Spring Street, Watertown, MA
Thursdays 12-4pm and by appointment.
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