Organized in conjunction with our curated film series, Solar, #SolarPanel is a Q&A session between our curator, Cecilia Alemani, and the four artists – Rosa Barba, Camille Henrot, Basim Magdy, and Neïl Beloufa – over Twitter. Solar is presented in conjunction with Marfa Dialogues/NY, a program on…
The Marfa Dialogues/NY calendar is packed full of not-to-be-missed events examining climate change through art, activism and science. “We are thrilled to be able to scale up the success of Marfa Dialogues from small town to big city,” said Fairfax Dorn, Executive Director of Ballroom Marfa. “We have a remarkable lineup of programs, and every New Yorker will be able to find at least one event, if not several, that will capture their attention and provide an opportunity to lend their voice to the critically important discussion about climate change.”
“I feel strong in my belief, based on my widely traveled collaborations, that a one-to-one contact through art contains potent peaceful powers, and is the most non-elitist way to share information, hopefully seducing us into creating mutual understandings for the benefit of all.”—Robert Rauschenberg
“And so I’m not terrified of changing - in fact I’m terrified of exactly the opposite. If you’re not moving, then you’re heading to rot.”—Robert Rauschenberg, from an interview with Barbara Rose, 1987.