BROODWORK: It's About Time April 30 through June 11, 2011 at OTIS College of Art and Design's Ben Maltz Gallery.

BROODWORK: It's About Time explores what family life can provide to creative professionals. While having both a family and a productive practice is nothing new, the trend of honoring the synthesis of the two is a current phenomenon. This exhibition is a project of BROODWORK, the multi-year, cross-disciplinary inquiry surrounding the integration of creative practice and family life founded by BROODWORK: It's About Time curators Iris Anna Regn and Rebecca Niederlander. The curators defined, named and now investigate the practices and output of this previously unspoken vanguard community. For this project, the lens is focused on Time, and presents the themes of Juncture, Momentum, Occasion, Transference, Interval, and Expansion through a wide range of works from the fields of visual art, architecture, design, creative writing, and music within the parameters of 21st century life.

Elizabeth Alexander, Jim Campbell, Joyce Campbell, Rebecca Campbell, Jan Greenberg and Sandra Jordan, John Hall, Tim Hawkinson, Steven Hull, Jing Liu and Florian Idenburg (SO-IL), Greg Lynn, Dave Muller, Christoph Niemann, Eamon O’Kane, Danica Phelps, Michael Rotondi, Michelle Segre, Tony Tasset, Nina Tolstrup, Corinne Van der Borch and Iwan Baan, Michael Worthington

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BROODWORK :It's About Time curatorial walk-through