Transform – A physical and virtual space to promote growth and change


Transform comes to the Painted Bride Art Center location 230 Vine Street, April 12th, 2019 at 5 pm

The Binder Project makes its curatorial debut at the Painted Bride Art Center with a collective exhibition of 20 artists from a variety of disciplines. This latest project, Transform, will be on view for one-week beginning with their reception Friday, April 12th, 5-9 pm.

Transform features work that explores the effects of growth and change and how everyday experiences, places, beliefs, and stories can be transformative. The Binder Project is in itself a transformative endeavor tackling the discourse of physical vs. virtual exhibition spaces. The team has worked to mirror the concept of the exhibition, enlisting technology that transforms the conventional gallery space into a widely-accessible digital reality.

The Binder Project is part of an ongoing experiment in the possibilities of the online curatorial enterprise. Created by Grace Harmer, a senior Art History student at Tyler School of Art, The Binder Project aims to build relationships between underrepresented and emerging artists while generating an accessible digital space for their works to flourish and be seen around the globe.

The Collection of Artists consists of:

  • Auqilla Abdulqhani
  • Nathanael Assega
  • Kristian Burks
  • Louise Diamond
  • Jessica Dueck
  • Jeff Gordon
  • Ali Graulty
  • James Haitchwai
  • Luke Hall
  • Peach Model – Kaity Heger
  • Carter Horton
  • Ben Kraemer
  • Chelsey Luster
  • Grace Maas
  • BRiiiM – Briana Maldonado
  • Nicole Noel
  • David Pratt
  • Marta Sanchez
  • Emma Stevens
  • Rachel Wright

The Binder Projects Mission

The Binder Project is a unique and suggestive platform run by artists, for artists based out of Philadelphia. As an online platform, it provides a space for creatives to showcase their art widely, Binder gives the opportunity for your work to be seen by all. The goal of this project is to bring together mediums and people from anywhere and everywhere creating relationships between artists facilitating partnerships and promoting collaborations.

To learn more about The Binder Project visit binderproject.com or contact Grace Harmer: binderprjt@gmail.com.

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