On July 24th, Triple Canopy published “The Motherhood Archives” by Irene Lusztig, an interesting mediation on motherhood in America in the 1900’s, seen through a collection of ephemera found for sale online.
On July 29th at 7PM, Storefront for Art and Architecture will present a screening of “Air Up! Construction of the US Pavilion EXPO 70 Osaka”. From the website, “Air Up! Construction of the US Pavilion at EXPO ’70 Osaka–a Japanese-language documentary film with English sub-titles–details the construction and inflation of the radically-engineered pneumatic dome designed for the US Pavilion at EXPO ’70 Osaka.”
Artspace, a gallery in downtown New Haven, opens “Vagaries of the Commons”, an exhibition curated by Sarah Fritchey. The exhibition will be on view from July 25th to September 13th, with a two-day conference on September 12th and 13th and with an accompanying performance series. The show reflects on four specific categories of human rights questions that artists address practicing in and around New Haven including: the material commons, the knowledge commons, the aesthetic commons, and the affective commons.