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Future Living Projects
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: East Williamsburg

ARTIST STATEMENT: If design is merely an inducement to consume, then we must reject design; if architecture is merely the codifying of bourgeois model of ownership and society, then we must reject architecture; if architecture and town planning is merely the formalization of present unjust social divisions, then we must reject town planning and its cities…until all design activities are aimed towards meeting primary needs. Until then, design must disappear. We can live without architecture… Adolfo Natalini, 1971 The Future Living Projects is a Brooklyn based collective which was developed as a way of directly addressing the growing concerns of living in an uncertain and unpredictable future. The two possibilities which the Future Living Projects entertain include both a post-apocalyptic, desert laden wasteland and an overcrowded and overpopulated vast metropolis. Both possibilities explore the general problems of space and the continuing struggle for environmental domination. In the future the struggle for space will be the struggle for survival.

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Exhibitions and Awards

2013 Illuminators, OK Harris Works of Art, NY, NY
Ghost Modernism, Quartair, Den Haag, NL

2012 Our Ocean is a Park, v.2, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY
Ad Libitum, ABC No Rio, NY, NY

2011 32 Below, St. Cecilia's Gallery, Brooklyn NY
Our Ocean is a Park, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY
Toys, Studio Theater Gallery, Middlesex County College, Edison, NJ
Refuge Reading Room Exhibit, Space 1026, Philadelphia, PA

2010 Forward, Here, Soapbox Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Texas Firehouse Season Opener 2010, Texas Firehouse, Long Island City, NY
No Assumption, 1235 Monroe St, NE, Minneapolis, MN

2009 Summer Salon, LaViolaBank Gallery, NY, NY
DUMBO Arts Festival, Brooklyn, NY
Submission, ABC No Rio, NY, NY

2008 Emergence, Governor’s Island, NY, NY
Fowler Dune Shack Residency, Cape Cod, MA
Collaborative Concepts 2008 at Saunders Farm, Garrison, NY
Ides of March, ABC No Rio, NY, NY

2007 Elsewhere Artist Collaborative, Greensboro, NC- Residency
Mash Up, Tastes Like Chicken, Brooklyn, NY

2006 Epicenter City, Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, Buffalo, NY
Armed, Mandeville Gallery, Union College, NY
American Seven, Works, San Jose, CA
The War Show: Invasion, Art of This, Minneapolis, MN
Seen Through Glass: Conflux ’06, Glowlab, Brooklyn, NY

2005 The Puffin Foundation Grant, Puffin Foundation Ltd., Teaneck, NJ
Sub-Version, P.S. 122, NY, NY
Pavillion of the American Resistance, Buzzer 30, NY, NY
Anti-Star, ABC No Rio, NY, NY
3 Cities Against the Wall, Sixth Street Com. Center, NY, NY; Beit Ha’omanim, Tel
Aviv, Israel; Al-Hallaj, Ramallah, Palestine

2004 AmBush!, Van Brunt Gallery, NY, NY
The Luggage Project, Denver Airport, Denver, CO
The Founding Fathers, ABC No Rio, NY, NY
The Ides of March, ABC No Rio, NY, NY
The Clothesline Show, ABC No Rio Benefit, ABC No Rio, NY, NY

2003 Critical Consumption, The Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Proposals 2003, The Carriage House, Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY
Airport 03’, HereArt, NY, NY
Disaster, ABC No Rio, NY, NY

2002 Fear, Paranoia and Malevolence, ABC No Rio, NY, NY

2001 The Puffin Foundation Grant, Puffin Foundation Ltd., Teaneck, NJ
The Pittsburgh International Sculpture Conference: Sculpture at Carnegie Steel,
The Pittsburgh Flatroll Building, Pittsburgh, PA

647 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217


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