Joyce Kozloff, If I Were an Astronomer: Boston, 2015. Mixed media on canvas. 37 x 55 in. (94 x 139.7 cm). Courtesy the artist and DC Moore Gallery, New York © Joyce Kozloff
Gallery Discussion, 2–2:30 PM
4th Floor Galleries
Virginia B. Johnson, costume designer and owner of the Cambridge handicraft studio and shop gather here, shares perspective on works in Less Is a Bore, maximalist art, and its significance for contemporary fiber work.
Skill Share + Community Craft Making, 2:30–4:30 PM
Common Room 1st Floor
Using fiber-related supplies, visitors will create their own interpretation of what “less is a bore” means to them. A selection of works made during the event will be shared in the ICA’s Mediatheque and ICA social media.
No experience required. Materials provided. Feel free to bring your own tools!
Support for Less Is a Bore: Maximalist Art & Design is generously provided by Kate and Charles Brizius, Karen and Brian Conway, Fotene Demoulas and Tom Coté, Alan and Vivien Hassenfeld, Jodi and Hal Hess, Tristin and Martin Mannion, and Cynthia and John Reed.