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Furthermore regularly curates exhibitions, performances, screenings, and other public events in order to fill cultural voids. Our program is malleable, process-based, and nonlinear, with a focus on the artist-as-organizer and the exhibition-as-experiment. We collaborate with artists, from emerging to established, who reconsider the social, political, economic, and aesthetic concerns that are unique to this moment in time.


Artist Run Art Fair (Baltimore)

July 17, 2015 - July 19, 2015

Organized by OPEN SPACE as part of Artscape, FURTHERMORE presented STEPHEN CROUCH's #gifshop.

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Quantum Fiction

June 20, 2015 - July 25, 2015

Guest curated by VICTOR AGUILAR

FEATURING: CHRISTINE GRAY, MARISSA LONG & JOHN WHITLOCK

OPENING: SATURDAY JUNE 20 (7-9pm) PRESS PREVIEW: SATURDAY JUNE 20 (6-7pm)

Quantum Fiction examines the closely entangled relationship between our everyday experience of the natural world and the potential states of being that are contained within.

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UNKNOWN SUBSTANCES by Evan Hume

March 21, 2015 - April 21, 2015

The artist’s recent work reproduces and enlarges documents obtained through Freedom of Information Act requests to various government agencies such as the FBI, Air Force and the National Archives. Though the finished works are digital prints, his true medium is the generation loss that occurs as these documents have been photocopied from other photocopies, scanned, printed, reduced, enlarged, sharpened, emailed, and printed again.

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Mood Board

February 7, 2015 - March 7, 2015

Mood Board presents the bone piles collected by a number of DC’s deep creators—not exactly collections, nor direct research to a specific end, but rather, the shiny ephemera spotted by artistic crows and brought back to form intellectual nests.

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Stephen Crouch: Fractal Mapping

October 24, 2014 - November 23, 2014

FURTHERMORE is pleased to debut Fractal Mapping, the first DC solo exhibition by emerging, DC-based artist Stephen Crouch. 

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ALTERNATIVE ART FAIR (BALTIMORE)

July 18, 2014 - July 20, 2014

The works selected for this installation are by the core members of FM, and are paired with images from the various projects that the studio has produced. Those projects are deeply connected to the shared interests and concerns of the FM infidels. The pairings embody a reciprocal and beneficial relationship between the work we make as individuals and the rich resource of ideas and energy that our community provides.

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Queer New York in Washington DC

July 9, 2014

Furthermore, Aether Art Projects & Queer New York International proudly present QUEER NEW YORK IN WASHINGTON DC

curated by Zvonimir Dobrovic (Croatia) & Eames Armstrong (DC)

featuring:
“Denuded” by Bruno Isakovic (Croatia)

additional performances by DC artists:
John Moletress
Pussy Noir
Kunj

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A Layered History: From Semitransparent to Opaque by Dean Kessmann

May 1, 2014 - June 14, 2014

FURTHERMORE is extremely pleased to debut, A Layered History: From Semitransparent to Opaque, a solo project and site-specific photo installation by Dean Kessmann. Devised as an artist proof for a permanent installation, the monumental work-- spanning forty feet wide-- dissembles the pages of the ubiquitous art history survey textbook, 'Janson's History of Art,' in order to reconsider the totality or fatality of subjective art history from the Western canon.

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I Fear For My Safety: Projection & Print Show

April 4, 2014

Empty Stretch is excited to announce a one night only projection and print show in conjunction with Furthermore and the release of Oranbeg Press NET4 "I Fear For My Safety." We hope you can make it and more details will be posted following the release of NET 4 at the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center Book Fair on March 29, 2014.

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McGyver School of Art + Design

March 15, 2014

FIRST ASSIGNMENT
Re-inventing art education for the 21st-century.
Saturday, 15 March, 2014, 5PM—9:30PM
1932 U Street NW—on the back of the infamous HMB truck
*as part of Re-Activate," curated by Angie Goerner

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Brooklyn, NY
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Brooklyn, NY 11206