Jun 2, 2016 | News

Claudia Sbrissa, Void IV, 2016, digital photograph, dimensions variable.
Claudia Sbrissa ’12 is exhibiting work in What Remains, a group exhibition at The Buggy Factory, a part of The Dorado Project. What Remains, curated by Enrico Gomez, features two new site sensitive installations/interventions by Claudia Sbrissa. 
This exhibition engages themes of legacy and inheritance, be it personal, cultural or ecological, within their own art making. Contributing to and expanding upon these concerns through their own inquiry and undertaking, the artists of What Remains offer site-specific installation and sculpture, crocheted wall-mounted works and Navajo sand painting in the context of an 18th century 2 story exposed brick carriage house in the heart of Bushwick, Brooklyn.
What Remains will run June 3 – 12, 2016, with an opening reception June 3 from 6-9pm. The Buggy Factory is located at 4 Kossuth Pl, Brooklyn. Normal gallery hours are Saturdays and Sundays, 1-6pm.
Image credit: Claudia Sbrissa, Void IV, digital photograph