Come relax at our satellite location in the de la Cruz collection, featuring a new installation by EXILE's founder artist Amanda Keeley. Earlier this year, Keeley installed a temporary screen printing shop in the project room, inviting students from the Little Haiti Cultural complex to participate in live printing sessions on site. The resulting large scale screen prints on linen panels are now installed, anchored by a series of tête-à-tête seating designed by Keeley. This intimate reading room considers the experience of interacting with printed matter.
EXILE Books has outfitted the room as a satellite location, featuring books by artists that are represented within the de la Cruz collection, as well as publications that utilize screen printing and embody the diversity of our local creative community. In addition, In(k) Process, an exhibition catalog and artist’s book which documents the entire participatory project is available for perusal or purchase.
From its beginning through its end In Process engages it's audience, generating awareness about the numerous ways artists utilize the printed medium to communicate, connect, and make a broad impact.
Free and open to the public, Tuesday to Saturday, 10-4 pm