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Coralie Vogelaar participates in 2023 WhiteBox “The Front Window II” program

Image: Coralie Vogelaar, Multi Gym, 2023. Courtesy of the artist

Wed, Aug 2 - Sat, Aug 5  2023

Dutch artist Coralie Vogelaar, currently a resident at the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) in Brooklyn, will present her new performance Multi Gym from August 2-5, 2023 as part of WhiteBox’s The Front Window II program. Curators: Juan Puntes and Yohanna M. Roa. Opening with performance: August 2, 6-9 PM. Performances on August 2, 7PM and August 5, 5PM.

About the artist

Coralie Vogelaar is an interdisciplinary artist who combines social science such as behavioural studies with the artistic imagination. Vogelaar investigates the relationship between human and machine by applying machine logic to the human body. Her work manifests itself in the form of performances and video and multimedia installations, for which she works together with experts from various disciplines including data analysis, choreography, and sound design.


About WhiteBox

WhiteBox is a platform inspired by the diversity of human and local cultural histories pertaining to art in all its manifestations, constantly taking the pulse of our critical times. A forum for reflection with an inventive contemporary artistic and political vision, WBX provides local artists and curators with sustained, equitable exposure as it nurtures a fresh environment for more in-depth local and emigrè cultural engagement, aiming to create real-life healing dialogues between underserved Lower East Side community audiences and artists’ practices.

WhiteBox is thrilled to announce its inaugural Summer ‘23 Performance Artists Residencies select participants and the two finalists to be showcased in ‘The Front Window’ exhibition. This succinct group of artists shares a variegated yet remarkable coherence in their opus, intrinsic to our contemporary complex social, political, and artistic contexts, allowing us to visualize, via their fresh new works, an exciting residency program. It will be followed by a curated residents’ group exhibition, making their discourse palpable from each of their particular aesthetic corners, yet summed in coherence with the surrounding human and social needs in today’s challenging urban environment.

Coralie Vogelaar’s participation is residence in New York is made possible by the Mondriaan Fund and Prins Bernhard Culture Fund.

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