Clae Lu: Playroom

"Playroom" is a a solo exhibition of work by Clae Lu, recipient of The New York Community Trust’s Edward and Sally Van Lier Fund residency at ISCP, curated by Kathy Cho.

"Playroom" presents a variety of experimental works that range from painting, to a meditative installation, to sonic compositions on the 古筝 (gu zheng), also known as the Chinese zither. All of these creative practices are meant to create space for and support the artist’s chosen families, their closely connected community.

Join us for the opening reception on February 28 from 6–8pm, where Lu will perform a selection of experimental compositions on the 古筝 (gu zheng).

Central to the exhibition is an installation inviting audiences to rest, reflect, and meditate to a sonic playlist created together with editor and music publisher Ben Florencio. The installation serves as an idealized architectural facsimile of the various spaces where Lu  seeks out and nurtures communal kinship. A constellation of wall hanging works  documents Lu’s everyday life: paintings of a family style meal and of their main instrument, the 古筝 (gu zheng).
6pm Until 8pm
International Studio & Curatorial Program
New York City, NY
Ticket Price: Free

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