August 29 - October 17, 2020
A solo exhibition featuring work by Asif Mian.
From Sweet Pass Sculpture Park:
“A nighttime video installation by New York based sculptor Asif Mian. Tucked under the trees of Sweet Pass Sculpture Park, a looping projection sits over a shallow pool which serves as plinth, doubling the digital image and reflecting the surrounding park – the screen standing as both monument and intimate cinema.
Asif Mian (b. in Jersey City, NJ) earned an MFA from Columbia University (2018), a B.A. in Studio Art & B.S. in Biology (Genetics) from Drew University and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2018. Mian’s recent exhibitions include Queens International: Volumes at The Queens Museum, Always, Already, Haunting, ‘disss-co’, Haunt, curated by Whitney ISP fellows at The Kitchen, the inaugural Open Call exhibition at The Shed and Beyond Geographies; Contemporary Art and Muslim Experience at BRIC, Brooklyn. Mian was recently presented with the prestigious 2019-2020 Queens Museum-Jerome Foundation Fellowship for Emerging Artist with a forthcoming solo exhibition at The Queens Museum.”
Reception: August 29, 2020 | 7:30–10 pm
402 Fabrication St.
Dallas, 75212 TexasGet directions