Meet the Artists Opening Reception: SK 3000 by Andrew Demirjian & Dahlia Elsayed

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Locust Projects
297 NE 67 ST
Miami FL 33138
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Join Locust Projects in celebrating the opening of SK3000.

Featuring a large-scale interactive sculpture by artists Dahlia Elsayed & Andrew Demirjian, a multi-sensory ritual site to quench intellectual and physical thirst. The project reinterprets the Islamic architectural form of a sabil kuttab, which traditionally holds a community fountain at the ground level with a school built on top. The artists reimagine its form and function for the future, in the context of privatization of water sources, democratic access to clean water, and as a learning space that resists education for productivity, profit, or politics. Elsayed & Demirjian use elaborate decoration, including crafted water elements, carpets, cushions, books, and original soundtrack. SK3000 is conceived of as an ancestral gift structure for an indeterminate future, as a meeting space to collectively imagine new ways of being.

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