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Susan
 Lee‐Chun
LOSING YOURSELF IN THE 21st CENTURY at MAP
Exhibition: 
February 
4 
– 
March
 27, 
2010


Event Schedule:
February 4: 
Opening Events

4 pm: LY Artists and Curators present the project
5 – 8 pm: Reception and Gallery Talk

March 17, 
2‐5 pm
: Contemporary Art and the Internet


Stacia Yeapanis Talk: Copyright Workshop with Maryland Lawyers for the Arts
March 17, 
6‐8 pm:
 Susan Lee J Chun Artist Talk and Public Art Demonstration





Featured
 artists:

Katherine
 Behar,
 New
 York
 |
 Amber
 Boardman,
 New
 York
 |
 Milana
 Braslavsky,
 Baltimore
 |
 Kate
 Hers,
 Berlin/LA
 |
 Susan
 Lee‐Chun,
 Miami
 |
 Noelle
 Mason,
 Tampa
 |
 Shana
 Moulton,
 Brooklyn
 |
 Renetta
 Sitoy, 
 Bay
 Area,
 CA
 |
 Pamela
 Phatsimo
 Sunstrum,
 Baltimore
 |
 Amber
 Hawk
 Swanson,
 New
 York
 |
 Stacia
 Yeapanis,
Chicago
 | Saya
Woolfalk,
New
York



LOSING YOURSELF IN THE 21ST CENTURY
 is
 a
 unique
 online
 curatorial
 project
 to
 be
 presented
 in
 a
 gallery
 exhibition
 and
 a
 series
 of
 public
 events
 at
 Maryland
 Art
 Place
 from
 February
 4
 to
 March
 27,
 2010.
 The
 exhibition
 features
 new
 work
 by
 young
 U.S.
 based
 women
 artists
 exploring
 the
 idea
 of
 “self”
 in
 the
 21st 
 century.
 Their
 projects
 reveal
 how
 new
 media,
 information
 systems
 and
 consumer
 culture
 encourage
 personal
 expression 
at
 the 
same 
time
 they
 diffuse
 our
 sense 
of
 self
 and
 control 
our behavior. 
The 
artists
 alternately 
embrace,
 critique
 and 
transcend
 contemporary 
female
 identity.



Maryland Art Place

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