This Friday, January 8, marks the opening of Read-Only-Memory, the first exhibition in Edward Winkleman's new Curatorial Research Lab (Ulrich Gebert's "This Much is Certain" will be opening simultaneously in Winkleman Gallery's new main space):
Read-Only-MemoryOrganized by Stamatina GregoryJanuary 8 - February 13, 2010Opens January 8 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Curatorial Research Lab
Winkleman Gallery621 West 27th Street [NEW LOCATION]
New York, NY 10001
Read-Only-Memory brings together works by Anthony Campuzano, Graham Dolphin, and Molly Larkey, all of which incorporate acts of analogue transcription. Characterized by the meticulous, almost devotional labor of recreating found, journalistic, pop, or literary texts, these works stand as extreme acts of obsolete protocol, investigating the lapses of time and information between reading, writing, and reception.
Independent curator Stamatina Gregory recently completed the Whitney Lauder Curatorial Fellowship at the ICA in Philadelphia and curated a large group exhibition of contemporary photography at the FLAG Art Foundation. She is also a doctoral candidate at The Graduate Center at the City University of New York.