This exhibition asked students to explore and question ideas of space, borders, and boundaries by learning about two contemporary artists: Tintin Wulia and Mark Bradford. Both of these artists re-examine and critique our understanding of maps and border politics.
Tintin Wulia is a contemporary Indonesian artist living in Australia whose work centers around ideas of borders and our national versus individual identities. Mark Bradford is a Los Angeles-based mixed media artist most known for his large-scale mixed media collages using salvaged materials to create map-like abstractions.
KIPP Chicago interpreted assignments created by both artists so that students could begin to question and examine maps and borders on micro and macro scales.
Admission is free for all ages. Donations are gladly accepted.
Monday – Friday | 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Saturday – Sunday | By appointment only
Every second Friday of the month
6:00 to 10:00 PM
Located in the Pilsen Neighborhood on the southern border of the historic Chicago Arts District.
A one-hour tour includes a conversation around each art exhibit, a short video, and an activist button-making activity. We are a small, one-room museum inside the KIPP Chicago regional office, so we can only accommodate groups of 25 people or fewer. Students in grades K-12 are welcome! Email email@example.com to schedule a tour.