IS Projects presents a collaborative show with Impractical Labor in Service of the Speculative Arts (ILSSA) all about matching makers—searching for potential connections within our communities and creating space for new conversations to begin.
On View: Sept 20 - Nov 7, 2021
MakerMatching is a collaborative project and exhibition organized by ILSSA and IS Projects all about matching makers—searching for potential connections within our communities and creating space for new conversations to begin. In this pandemic era, the value of human connection has become palpable. As we cautiously emerge from isolation, we are naturally drawn to reconnect, but at a smaller, more intimate scale; ready for new conversations, primed to consider alternatives, and eager to grow.
MakerMatching culminates in an exhibition at IS Projects highlighting the importance of connection and support within creative practice. Whether they're members of ILSSA or creatives from the IS Projects' community, makers of all disciplines were mailed a handset letterpress survey to be filled out and returned in order to match them with other makers.
The MakerMatching exhibition will be on view September 20th to November 7th, 2021 with programming including a reception during the FATVillage Artwalk on Saturday, October 30th from 6-10pm.
More announcements and details about the show can be found at www.isprojectsfl.com along with a virtual gallery tour and gallery shop.