Exhibitions


Plays a rusted trombone
Dec
1
to Dec 8

Plays a rusted trombone

SLEEPCENTER is pleased to present “Plays a rusted trombone,” solo show by American painter Weston Frazor. The show consists of a series of architectural spaces and ordinary objects depicted by perspective lines painted on the walls, paper, and canvas.

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Durable Pixels | Wei Xiaoguang
Oct
27
to Nov 17

Durable Pixels | Wei Xiaoguang

SLEEPCENTER presents Durable Pixels, solo exhibition of Wei Xiaoguang. Examining the extremely reified images in the age of contemporary technology, and the visual logics generated within, the works explore the value of painting beyond the artistic expressions, and seek an alternative opportunity for contemporary abstraction beyond the romanticism of the practical world.

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Site After Sight
Sep
22
to Oct 6

Site After Sight

Join us for Site After Sight, a two-person exhibition featuring American Artist and Ryota Sato, in which they interrogate interfaces and forms of commonplace technology to reveal that accessibility and visibility does not always equate to agency.

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Sleep Exchange
Aug
4
to Aug 18

Sleep Exchange

Sleep Exchange is an experiment in free, mutual support and education presented by participants of sunday school. For two-weeks, Chinatown’s SLEEPCENTER will become home to an open work station and an evolving program of classes, conversations, workshops, symposia, fairs, and more. All activities are open to participation and collaboration.

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What Kills Me, Makes You Stronger
Jan
28
to Feb 8

What Kills Me, Makes You Stronger

Austin Swearengin

Curated by Ian Costello and Alden Copley

"...So let’s lay this out. Jacob Maker was killed by a guy named Brian Lewis, Brian Lewis eventually had a son Jack, and Jack had a son David, and David was in the military and just by accident was shot by a man also named Jacob Maker, who I used to play tee ball with..."

 

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Job Creator
Dec
17
to Jan 7

Job Creator

Sam Lavigne

SLEEP CENTER is pleased to present Job Creator,  comprised of selected works by Sam Lavigne. By laying bare the absurdity of self-production, Job Creator intends to offer emotional, physical, and algorithmic tools for reassessing our relationship to labor. 

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