Progressland
May 19 — August 20, 2016
May 19 — August 20, 2016

“The items in Collection #2 range from a 150 million year old dinosaur fossil to contemporary commissions created exclusively for Chamber.” – Andrew Zuckerman

Progressland Installation view - Exhibitions - Andrew Zuckerman -Chamber Gallery

Installation View

Collection #2 “Progressland” completes Zuckerman’s yearlong curatorial program with a focus on exploration, pioneering and innovation. While the first exhibition, “Human | Nature,” examined our origins, Collection #2 “Progressland” is an exploration of where we are going. Zuckerman says, “It’s not exactly about the next material we’ll use but the spirit of where we’re going, and the impulse to try new things and do things that haven’t been done before.”

“All of the objects in “Progressland” reflect a kind of thrilling leap into the uncharted. The show is about the spirit that drives progress and the inquisitive minds that practice in this space,” says Zuckerman.

“Progressland” takes its name from General Electric’s futuristic pavilion “Progressland” for the 1964 World’s Fair.

 

 

Andrew Zuckerman - Curator - Chamber Gallery

Andrew Zuckerman

 

About The Curator:

Andrew Zuckerman, Chamber’s second curator brings in an international community of creatives, whose work reflect a deep connection to nature.

Andrew Zuckerman is an American photographer and filmmaker, whose multi-disciplinary practice spans photography, narrative, documentary, and conceptual film. Zuckerman has been deeply invested in an exploration of the natural world. Since 2007, he has produced a body of work that encompasses over 500 species of birds, animals, and plant life.

 

Works

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