Space 4 Art
Occupy Thirdspace: Transborder
Curator Sara Solaimani worked together with the artists and Space4Art to design a showcase of contemporary artwork that questions the transborder condition.
To what degree, socially, is Tijuana-San Diego a region? What can art do to respond to the antagonism that haunts the other side of the border?
Featured artists: Alida Cervantes, CogNate Collective, Emily Sevier, Jamex and Einar De La Torre, Julio Orozco, Kate Clark, Yndsay Bloom, Marcos Ramírez Erre.
Exhibit runs September 27 to October 25.
Occupying 23,000 square feet in the East Village, S4A has room for over 1000 guests, along with studio space for 30+ artists, some of whom live on the premises. With all that content being generated, Space 4 Art offers several events every week, ranging from cutting-edge dance fusion to kids’ puppet shows. Open to the public during the day, even when major events aren’t happening.