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    Gut Rehab    A project “un-organized” by Rachel Owens  Realty Collective, 351 Van Brunt Street, Brooklyn 11231  June 12 – July 10, 2016   Gut Rehab is a site-specific, multi-disciplinary project exploring issues surrounding hierarchies of space. Contributors to the project were given a PDF prompt containing images and the below list of words:           Air Rights – Colonies - Co-ops – Development – Drones – Food - Fronts and Backs - Garbage - Gentrification - Grocery stores – Habitat - Landscape – Maps – Migration - Occupation – Parks - Public – Private – Racial Isolationism - Real Estate legislation – Redaction - Schools –     Sculpture - Sidewalks – Stoops – Sustainability - Territoriality – Volume - Art…     Who takes up space and who doesn’t (or doesn’t even think to ask for it)? Who gets to be in a specific space and why? The project uses its Red Hook location as a microcosm of the circumstance of spatial occupation, not just in New York City, but globally, across state, national and international lines.  Artists, designers, writers, musicians, curators, organizers and activists were given a very wide reaching prompt, such that the works become the thesis instead of the curatorial thesis being predetermined.    Artists are often the first colonizers in terms of gentrification.  Embracing the complicit nature of the artist within development and urban displacement, the project poignantly takes place inside a working real estate office.  Realty Collective, on Red Hook’s main drag of Van Brunt St, donated their historic storefront to provide a meaningful context.  The project includes an ongoing exhibition of artworks, as well as events, performances and its very own newspaper. Please contact    gutrehabproject@gmail.com    for email updates about performativeevents.        Douglas Cameron,     Jennifer Dawson,     Richard Fleming, Gabriela NY and Allies,     Jason, Guevara,     Emily Greco,     Adam Helms,     Christopher Jiles,     Art Jones, Matthew Lusk, Tricia McLaughlin, Tommy Noonan, Rachel Owens, Laura Ortman,     Allyson Vieira, Mira Schor, Ilya Shipilovskikh, Paul Anthony Smith, Ana Wolovick,     Jasmine Yeh,     Scott Zieher
       
     
 Tricia McLaughlin and Richard Fleming
       
     
 Art Jones, Allyson Vieira, Matthew Lusk, Christopher Jiles
       
     
 Art Jones, Paul Anthony Smith
       
     
 Jennifer Dawson
       
     
 Rachel Owens, Ana Wolovick
       
     
 Laura Ortman performing at opening
       
     
 The Trump Hut
       
     
 The Newspaper w/ Adam Helms, Doug Cameron & Tommy Noonan, Mira Schor, Ilya Shipilovskikh, and Scott Zieher   Design: Jason Guevara  READ PAPER HERE:   https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8uatNep3HeUYng1ZTZYcTJtejg
       
     
 Corbin Laedlein   The Front and The Back: Community Dialogue on Global and Local Occupation and Displacement    Workshop organized by Gabriela NY and Allies
       
     
 Tina Cocadiz and DJ Arucan   The Front and The Back: Community Dialogue on Global and Local Occupation and Displacement    Organized by Gabriela NY and Allies    
       
     
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    Gut Rehab    A project “un-organized” by Rachel Owens  Realty Collective, 351 Van Brunt Street, Brooklyn 11231  June 12 – July 10, 2016   Gut Rehab is a site-specific, multi-disciplinary project exploring issues surrounding hierarchies of space. Contributors to the project were given a PDF prompt containing images and the below list of words:           Air Rights – Colonies - Co-ops – Development – Drones – Food - Fronts and Backs - Garbage - Gentrification - Grocery stores – Habitat - Landscape – Maps – Migration - Occupation – Parks - Public – Private – Racial Isolationism - Real Estate legislation – Redaction - Schools –     Sculpture - Sidewalks – Stoops – Sustainability - Territoriality – Volume - Art…     Who takes up space and who doesn’t (or doesn’t even think to ask for it)? Who gets to be in a specific space and why? The project uses its Red Hook location as a microcosm of the circumstance of spatial occupation, not just in New York City, but globally, across state, national and international lines.  Artists, designers, writers, musicians, curators, organizers and activists were given a very wide reaching prompt, such that the works become the thesis instead of the curatorial thesis being predetermined.    Artists are often the first colonizers in terms of gentrification.  Embracing the complicit nature of the artist within development and urban displacement, the project poignantly takes place inside a working real estate office.  Realty Collective, on Red Hook’s main drag of Van Brunt St, donated their historic storefront to provide a meaningful context.  The project includes an ongoing exhibition of artworks, as well as events, performances and its very own newspaper. Please contact    gutrehabproject@gmail.com    for email updates about performativeevents.        Douglas Cameron,     Jennifer Dawson,     Richard Fleming, Gabriela NY and Allies,     Jason, Guevara,     Emily Greco,     Adam Helms,     Christopher Jiles,     Art Jones, Matthew Lusk, Tricia McLaughlin, Tommy Noonan, Rachel Owens, Laura Ortman,     Allyson Vieira, Mira Schor, Ilya Shipilovskikh, Paul Anthony Smith, Ana Wolovick,     Jasmine Yeh,     Scott Zieher
       
     

Gut Rehab

A project “un-organized” by Rachel Owens

Realty Collective, 351 Van Brunt Street, Brooklyn 11231

June 12 – July 10, 2016

Gut Rehab is a site-specific, multi-disciplinary project exploring issues surrounding hierarchies of space. Contributors to the project were given a PDF prompt containing images and the below list of words:  

Air Rights – Colonies - Co-ops – Development – Drones – Food - Fronts and Backs - Garbage - Gentrification - Grocery stores – Habitat - Landscape – Maps – Migration - Occupation – Parks - Public – Private – Racial Isolationism - Real Estate legislation – Redaction - Schools – Sculpture - Sidewalks – Stoops – Sustainability - Territoriality – Volume - Art…

Who takes up space and who doesn’t (or doesn’t even think to ask for it)? Who gets to be in a specific space and why? The project uses its Red Hook location as a microcosm of the circumstance of spatial occupation, not just in New York City, but globally, across state, national and international lines.  Artists, designers, writers, musicians, curators, organizers and activists were given a very wide reaching prompt, such that the works become the thesis instead of the curatorial thesis being predetermined.

Artists are often the first colonizers in terms of gentrification.  Embracing the complicit nature of the artist within development and urban displacement, the project poignantly takes place inside a working real estate office.  Realty Collective, on Red Hook’s main drag of Van Brunt St, donated their historic storefront to provide a meaningful context.  The project includes an ongoing exhibition of artworks, as well as events, performances and its very own newspaper. Please contact gutrehabproject@gmail.com for email updates about performativeevents.

 Douglas Cameron, Jennifer Dawson, Richard Fleming, Gabriela NY and Allies, Jason, Guevara, Emily Greco, Adam Helms, Christopher Jiles, Art Jones, Matthew Lusk, Tricia McLaughlin, Tommy Noonan, Rachel Owens, Laura Ortman, Allyson Vieira, Mira Schor, Ilya Shipilovskikh, Paul Anthony Smith, Ana Wolovick, Jasmine Yeh, Scott Zieher


 Tricia McLaughlin and Richard Fleming
       
     

Tricia McLaughlin and Richard Fleming

 Art Jones, Allyson Vieira, Matthew Lusk, Christopher Jiles
       
     

Art Jones, Allyson Vieira, Matthew Lusk, Christopher Jiles

 Art Jones, Paul Anthony Smith
       
     

Art Jones, Paul Anthony Smith

 Jennifer Dawson
       
     

Jennifer Dawson

 Rachel Owens, Ana Wolovick
       
     

Rachel Owens, Ana Wolovick

 Laura Ortman performing at opening
       
     

Laura Ortman performing at opening

 The Trump Hut
       
     

The Trump Hut

 The Newspaper w/ Adam Helms, Doug Cameron & Tommy Noonan, Mira Schor, Ilya Shipilovskikh, and Scott Zieher   Design: Jason Guevara  READ PAPER HERE:   https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8uatNep3HeUYng1ZTZYcTJtejg
       
     

The Newspaper w/ Adam Helms, Doug Cameron & Tommy Noonan, Mira Schor, Ilya Shipilovskikh, and Scott Zieher 

Design: Jason Guevara

READ PAPER HERE:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8uatNep3HeUYng1ZTZYcTJtejg

 Corbin Laedlein   The Front and The Back: Community Dialogue on Global and Local Occupation and Displacement    Workshop organized by Gabriela NY and Allies
       
     

Corbin Laedlein

The Front and The Back: Community Dialogue on Global and Local Occupation and Displacement

Workshop organized by Gabriela NY and Allies

 Tina Cocadiz and DJ Arucan   The Front and The Back: Community Dialogue on Global and Local Occupation and Displacement    Organized by Gabriela NY and Allies    
       
     

Tina Cocadiz and DJ Arucan

The Front and The Back: Community Dialogue on Global and Local Occupation and Displacement

Organized by Gabriela NY and Allies