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In Search of One City: Sensing (In)equality (NYC)


  • The Old Stone House 5th avenue between 3rd and 4th street Brooklyn, NY USA (map)

Wage/Working is honored to have a jukebox featured as a part of this exhibition.

Katherine Gressel, Curator
Exhibiting Artists: Artist Volunteer Center, Daniel Bejar, Mildred Beltre & Oasa DuVerney, Jennifer Dalton, Laura Hadden & Tennessee Watson, Brian Fernandes-Halloran, Sue Jeong Ka, Kenneth Pietrobono, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, Dread Scott, Jody Wood

With a title loosely based on the New York City mayor’s well-known campaign phrase, In Search of One City recognizes that artists have long been offering creative interpretations of and solutions for a timely issue now at the forefront of local and national policy debates. In Search of One City: Sensing (In)equality includes both artists who expose and critique the systems that perpetuate income inequality, and artists and arts groups engaging with underrepresented communities towards developing new models and services for a more equitable city.

Visit www.theoldstonehouse.org and brooklynutopias.wordpress.com for more information. 

Earlier Event: July 23
Wage/Working PDX at Portland Mercado
Later Event: August 28
Wage/Working at ADX (PDX)