In Philadelphia
In the World
In the Cloud

Alanna Rebbeck

Rebbeck, a Philadelphia native, has been an intern at Slought since 2013. She currently attends Bard College, where she dedicates her time to organizing experimental art events and working towards building a yurt that will serve as a performance/art space for installation, music, dance, poetry, exhibition, lecture, and public conversation. She studies Anthropology with a concentration in Experimental Humanities, and is exploring new forms of visual criticism and archive as cultural agent, amongst other things.

Intern

Slought
4017 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
slought.org arebbeck@sloughtfoundation.org
+1.215.701.4627

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Primary programs
In Philadelphia
Begins Mar 21, 2014

A series of programs exploring the past, present and future of Pataphysics - the "science of the particular" - in Philadelphia and beyond

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Begins Apr 17, 2014

Has our name ever confused you? Does it mean anything? Do you know how to pronounce it?

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Begins May 06, 2014

Curatorial and anthropological explorations about the boundary between self, world and society, on display through June 23, 2014

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Begins Jul 25, 2014

A new approach by David Stephens tags the city with urban braille gardens in response to the challenges of land vacancy across Philadelphia

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Begins Dec 06, 2013

Soun-Gui Kim's exhibition raises critical questions concerning art today and the relationship of the artist to the globalized art world and market

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In the World
Begins Oct 16, 2013

An installation with Knut Asdam exploring architecture and cinema at the conjunction of the personal, the paranoiac, and the public

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In the Cloud
Begins Jan 05, 2014

A new identity that radically transforms how Slought operates in Philadelphia, the world, and the cloud, and makes legible the organization's movements as it performs its activities

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Begins Jul 17, 2015

A project with Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries exploring satire, cynicism and the figure of the jester in contemporary life

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