We would like to invite you to Abstract Acres, a day-long art event at Fluffubutt Farm in Fennville, MI (very close to Ox-Bow) on 07/30 starting at 2pm.
5355 123rd Ave.
Visual art, live performances, installations and music will be happening throughout the day (until very late) from a wide range of over 30 artists, on 5 acres of land.
Participating artists include:
Gabe Andres – Claire Ashley – Jess Bass – Théo Bignon – Molly Blumberg – Karl Burdak – Ashley Bradley – Surabhi Ghosh – Fabian Castorena – Stevie Cisneros Hanley – Rachel Meyers Hefferan – Sam Jaffe – Noelani Jones – kg – Hi Ho – Lily Homer – Erin LaRocque – Jeanne Medina Le – M_m<M – Yvonne Martinez – Matt Morris – Meredith Morrison – Aaron McIntosh – Eileen Mueller – Betsy Odom – Monika Plioplyte – Jenny Rafalson – Solène Rebière – Lisa Renye – Leslie Rogers – Kate Smith – Olive Stefanski – Vincent Tiley – Larry Underwood – Rosabelle Walker – Michael Winfield – Megan Williams
Abstract Acres is a special event organized by Abstract Lunch, a collective of artists and friends (Théo Bignon, Rachel Hefferan, and Molly Blumberg) that started in Chicago at SAIC in 2019. Back then they organized fast paced pop-up exhibitions during the lunch hour in a critique space, hoping to facilitate dialogue between fellow grads from every department and invite play and spontaneity. Almost three years later, tired of the gatekeeping of art opportunities and rejection emails stacking up, and eager to see each other and show work in the same place, they decided to revive Abstract Lunch for this special event.
Want to Support Abstract Acres (even if you cannot attend)?
We will be selling posters and other special items to support the costs of food & hosting this event & you can help us spread the word! Please follow @abstract.lunch on instagram for more up to date information
We respectfully acknowledge that Fennville, MI is on the traditional territory of the Bodwéwadmi (Potawatomi) and Peoria nations. This land continues to be home to diverse Indigenous Peoples whom we recognize as stewards of the land we are gathered upon for this event.