ART + SCIENCE
= COLLABORATIVE ACTION
Beyond Gender: The Future of Being Human
Relational Space Gallery
An Art & Science
Opening night - Thursday, June 22nd
Exhibition runs June 22, 23, 24th, 2023
(hosted by Ceres Gallery)
547 West 27th St Suite 201
WHO WE ARE
Relational Space is a non-profit gallery that facilitates intersectional collaboration
amongst artists, scientists, policy-makers and community activists.
We address intractable social issues by blending knowledge sets
and co-curating immersive installations
to build a more just and sustainable world, inspired through art and informed by truth.
The stories we tell matter.
WHAT WE DO
Relational Space facilitates inclusive collaborations between scientists and artists
to co-curate immersive exhibitions with empirical narratives
in the service of local, regional and national community.
Exhibitions tackle issues of equity and social justice to promote transformational change, especially for marginalized populations. Exhibits engage visitors
in compelling worlds able to mobilize sensation, imagination and agency.
Immersive Art Exhibits • Forums for Knowledge Exchange • Collaboration
Community Educational Opportunities • Knowledge Dissemination
“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift
and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant
and has forgotten the gift.”
— ALBERT EINSTEIN —
Immersive exhibitions engage us so the mind and heart are working together.
They ignite our senses and our intellect, connecting us to something larger.
Blending art and scholarly narrative can mobilizes the imagination and arouse
both reason and passion, inspiring us to construct reality in new ways.
The problems of our world are complex and overwhelming.
Solutions can seem out of our reach. Relational Space provides an inclusive platform for intersectional collaboration that inspires creativity, knowledge exchange, and community development; and, promotes the radical cross-pollination of ideas in order to forge equity, justice and
transformational social change.