Nina Horisaki-Christens is a Brooklyn based artist, curator, and writer. Her sculptures, installations and performances have been exhibited at locations including Hosfelt Gallery (NY), Socrates Sculpture Park (NY), the Incheon Women Artists’ Biennial (Korea), Flux Factory (NY), and Fort Gondo (St. Louis). While serving as Assistant Curator at Art in General, Horisaki-Christens curated projects with artists including Shana Moulton, Julia Oldham, Rancourt/Yatsuk, Isola and Norzi, Guy Benfield, Dave Hardy, Łukasz Jastrubczak, Božena Končić Badurina, and Amy Yoes, among others, and managed the organization’s Eastern European Residency Exchange Program. She has also curated independent projects at BRIC Rotunda Gallery (NY), Nurture Art (NY), and the Foothills Arts Center (CO), and was awarded a 2009 Lori Ledis Emerging Curator Fellowship. Her writings have appeared in publications produced by Art in General, Performa09, and Flux Factory.
Propositional Workshop is an investigation of complexity theory and networking systems through the forms and patterns of minimal theater traditions. Involving sculptural, video, photographic and performative elements, the first iteration of this project will focus on the creation of a series of props that will form a shifting installation within the Swing Space studio.
Image credit: courtesy of the artist