Sara Jimenez is a multi-disciplinary Filipina-Canadian artist, currently living and working in New York. Through performance, installation, sculpture, and drawing, she investigates relationships between material impermanence and trans-cultural memory. Throughout her projects, she is interested in complicating and re-imagining existing narratives around concepts of home, absence, and origins.
She received her B.A. from the University of Toronto (2008) and her MFA from Parsons the New School for Design (2013). Residencies include Brooklyn Art Space (2014), Wave Hill’s Winter Workspace (2015), a full artist fellowship to The Vermont Studio Center (2016), and the Bronx Museum’s AIM program (2016). Jimenez has exhibited at the Pinto Art Museum (Philippines), Rush Arts Gallery (NY), The Brooklyn Museum (NY), FiveMyles Gallery and Wayfarers Gallery (NY). She has performed numerous venues including The Noguchi Museum, Dixon Place, and Smack Mellon.
Working at the intersection of sculpture, performance and filmmaking, Asif Mian explores the imprint that masculinity, competition, spirituality and violence has on contemporary culture. His recent work reconfigures religious, sports and societal rituals to overlap and intersect with each other.
His work has been exhibited at Bitforms(NYC) and FiveMyles (Brooklyn) galleries, as well as OneDotZero, SXSW, Los Angeles, Slamdance, Future and Krakow film festivals.
He is a 2018 MFA candidate at Columbia University in New York City.
Giving Up the Ghost: Artifacts/A Study of Power and Solidarity Against White Violence in ModernityJanuary 27 – February 24, 2018