Public Pool

“The Yellow Lodge” at Public Pool @ Hyperallergic

HAMTRAMCK, Mich. — In his 1996 essay on the premiere of David Lynch’s Lost Highway, David Foster Wallace offered the idea that “an academic definition of Lynchian might be that the term ‘refers to a particular kind of irony where the very macabre and the very mundane combine in such […]

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EXHIBITCHIN’ Group Show opens next Saturday, March 10 @ Public Pool

Super excited to be included in this group show curated by Alice V. Schneider and Dalia Reyes about the seekrit world of ladygirls. Each participating artist was asked to produce something that can be found in a girl’s bedroom. I will be debuting a new quilted work, “The Patchwork Woman” – […]

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Preserving Identity: A Muslim American Youth Experience (Collaborative Curatorial) @ Public Pool

Preserving Identity: A Muslim American Youth Experience What does it mean to be ‘Muslim’? Who is an ‘American’? What defines ‘youth’? Moreover, what’s in the phrase ‘preserving identity’? This exhibit is not an attempt to find definite answers to these questions, but rather, to explore the unique and dynamic responses, […]

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Jason J. Ferguson’s “One-man (freak) show” at Public Pool @ Hyperallergic

HAMTRAMCK, Mich. — Upon entering Jason J. Ferguson‘s solo exhibition, titled One-man (freak) show, the first thing you’ll encounter is the somewhat ramshackle, seafoam-colored entryway of Public Pool’s storefront gallery space and its much-abused off-white door, numbered 3309. This is also the second thing you’ll encounter, because just inside the original entryway, Ferguson has […]

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