Professor Imin Yeh Exhibits in “A Sculpture For Not Networking” at STNDRD
Assistant Professor Imin Yeh exhibits her project Phone Jack in “A Sculpture For Not Networking” at STNDRD. Phone Jack was a part of GHOST, a project and pop-up gallery at The Luminary in the spring of 2016 curated by Printeresting, which is now permanently on exhibit at STNDRD.
GHOST is a series of collaborative projects that took place not just online, but in the real world with thematic guideposts that included: trace, echo, residue, evidence, artifact, history, nostalgia, witness, memory, invisibility, vanishing, mystery, death, memento mori, afterlife, etc.
STNDRD is an artist-run gallery project in Saint Louis, Missouri curated by Sage Dawson and made possible with support from The Luminary. The gallery is currently based within The Luminary as a temporary gallery space, and will debut in a new location during 2017.
Yeh is a interdisciplinary and project-based artist, working in sculpture, installation, participatory events, and print. The projects use repetitive handcraft and mimicry as a strategy for exploring the issues around the unseen labor and production that lies behind our many unconsidered everyday objects.