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.
February 15, 2014
The QUIET CABARET, curated by Katie Macyshyn, will be an evening of very quiet, essentially silent, performances with accompanying soundtracks & streamed audio to be experienced through smartphones and earbuds. The project collapses public performances with private consumption, air guitar with alienation, and exhibitionism with autobiography.
February 10, 2014
That dusty box of video tapes in your parents' attic? Yup, we're digging in.
February 1, 2014 - February 28, 2014
The Black History Month Project is a 28-day online project created, curated and presented by Billy Colbert and Steve Cummings during the month of February. The two artists will explore the dynamics of how Black History Month is celebrated, if at all, while taking you on a virtual stroll through the rich cultural heritage of black people.
December 14, 2013 - January 17, 2014
During the darkest days of the year, Reuben Breslar, along with his Hospitality Team, willtransform FURTHERMORE into a time machine, delivering winter-weary travelers to abrief, all-expenses-paid, deluxe vacation at the beach. This multi-sensory experiencequestions togetherness’ and ‘community’ in an age of commodified, packagedgetaways. Building upon Breslar’s past experiments with installation art and publicperformance in the tradition of Alan Kaprow’s Happenings, participants will be led on atranscendental journey, filled with love, compassion, healing, vulnerability, sincerity, and TSA officials. Prepare to be transported to a place that is neither here nor there—andbring your bathing suit!
Your Hospitality Team will include: Philip Barlow, Lorenzo Cardim, Michaël Gagnon, Rachel Hrbek, Amanda Kleinman, Armando Lopez-Bircann, Katie Macyshyn, Adrian Parsons, SheldonScott, Kevin Sottek.
November 23, 2013
Experimental documentaries on the past and future of waste.
November 8, 2013
Over 200 photographers representing every continent will be showcased within a curated photo projection set (along with new zines by: Empty Stretch, Aint-Bad Magazine and piK magazine).
November 2, 2013 - November 24, 2013
FURTHERMORE presents two projects that focus on the fraught relationships between citizen and government. Both are built upon extensive research and are in part embodied as books. Kenseth Armstead, in his graphic novel, Spook, creates a new ‘founding father’ as he tells the story of Revolutionary War double-agent James Armistead Lafayette. Scott Holmquist's artifacts from recent/future insurgencies, shown in ‘The Hippies & Weed Center for Insurgency’ and sister Berlin museum, provide an obscured glimpse of his otherwise private chronic-freedom series of books.
October 4, 2013 - October 27, 2013
Regarding Territory features a selection of ambitious Baltimore-based artists, all in their 20s and 30s, working in a diverse range of media.
Furthermore responds to the long-standing question, "Why are the ties between the Baltimore and DC arts communities so thin?" Rather than yet-another-panel-discussion, we invited dynamic young curator Ginevra Shay to show us the range and depth of what is being made in Charm City, including painting, photography, collage, sculpture, installation, and new media.
September 7, 2013 - September 28, 2013
Furthermore opens the fall events schedule with a collection of seminal objects that have repeatedly emerged as inspiration in the works of a selection of artists and thinkers hailing from Washington DC.