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Graves & Herrera-Prats / Camel Collective
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Sunset Park



ARTIST STATEMENT: Camel Collective is the name under which Anthony Graves and Carla Herrera-Prats have worked since 2005. The group works through a collaborative process that employs aspects of archival research, dramaturgy, printmaking, painting and photography, focusing on the topics of labor, pedagogy, theater, and collectivity.

Camel’s exhibitions and performances include The Second World Congress of Free Artists at Casa del Lago, Mexico City (2013), Una Obra Para Dos Pinturas at the Trienal Poli/Gráfica de San Juan (2012), A Facility Based on Change at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, MassMoCA (2011), and Howls for Bologna at Overgaden Institut for Samtidskunst (2010). Camel has also exhibited at Artist’s Space, Art in General, Exit Art, and the Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros, Mexico City.

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  • Something Other Than What You Are
    2015
    Multi-channel hd video
    This work is a narrative video about light, and the labor of theatrical affect. Commissioned by REDCAT Gallery in Los Angeles, curated by Ruth Estevez and will be exhibited in December 2015.

  • Cold War Vets Parade
    2014
    paper collage and oak stands

  • Opening Address (Lasse)
    2015
    set of five inkjet prints and audio

  • Second World Congress of Free Artists: A Play in Three Acts
    2013
    theater for gallery
    A six-hour theatrical performance building upon the First World Congress organized in Alba, Italy, in 1956. The fictitious congress is a critique of higher education, and classroom power relations.

  • The Second World Congress of Free Artists: A Play in Three Acts
    2013
    theater for gallery
    A choral arrangement and installation for the Second World Congress of Free Artists. This scene critiques the bureaucratic policy language of the administration of higher education.

  • Una obra para dos pinturas
    2013
    24 inkjet prints mounted recto/verso in custom frames w/ script
    Modes of pictorial representation and their potential applicability to the context of Puerto Rican history are approached, avoided, and mistranslated over the course of a para-fictitious conversation

  • Triolectic Stage (Second World Congress of Free Artists, Hessel version)
    2014
    mdf, enamel, scripts and documents

  • Transcript 1970
    2012
    screen print on linen, flashe on linen, coffee cups, chain-link fence, text messages
 








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