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Opening Reception | Space Brainz—Yerba Buena 3000

June 30, 2017
6:00 pm
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

6-7PM Artist Conversation, Screening Room 7-9PM Reception, Youth Arts Lounge See more at Celebrate the opening of Damon Rich and Jae Shin's Space Brainz --Yerba Buena 3000 on Friday, June 30. Join us at 6 PM for an artist talk with Damon Rich and Jae Shin. Both segments free with gallery admission. Seating at the artist conversation is first come, first served so don't miss out! -- About the exhibition: In the second installment of The City Initiative, which highlights architects, designers, planners, and artists creating provocative work in urban environments, YBCA features two projects with Damon Rich and Jae Shin, partners in the design studio Hector, where the art center becomes a laboratory for dissecting how power works through built space. Space Brainz is an immersive exhibition that presents Hector's recent experiences from contested architecture and planning projects in North American cities. These stories, involving spiked fences, faulty sidewalks, grassroots riverfront development, and other architectural hijinks, are illustrated through Hector's models, drawings, photographs, and mock-ups. Contained in a unified structure filling the gallery, the exhibition resembles a futuristic city where clashing interests maneuver to shape the world. In summer and fall 2017, Hector will collaborate with YBCA Youth Fellows and staff on Yerba Buena 3000, an investigation into the social and architectural environment of Yerba Buena and exploration of its possible futures. Yerba Buena 3000 will open in October. See all of our current & upcoming exhibitions at For more info, call 415.978.2787 or visit Open Hours: Tue, Wed, Fri-Sun: 11 am-6 pm Thu: 11 am-8 pm Closed Monday YBCA galleries are FREE to the public on the first Tuesday of every month. FREE First Tuesday is made possible in part by YBCA's Directors Forum Members

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