4THBIN is proud to announce our sponsorship of Brooklyn-based artist Wiena Lin and her installation, DISASSEMBLY.
Please join us for the DISASSEMBLY Opening Party, Thursday, 7/19 from 6:30 – 9:00 PM. Enjoy an open bar while it lasts and tunes by DJ Mapquest aka Daniel Perlin.
DISASSEMBLY : BROOKLYN is a participatory art installation that explores our obsession with technology and the untold story of the consumer electronics lifecycle, as well as the devastating environmental and labor conditions of offshore recycling. The artwork translates the global consumer electronic waste cycle into an immersive experience with a social conscience.
CTRL-X: A TOPOGRAPHY OF E-WASTE is a photo series and new book by Berlin-based photographer Kai Loffelbein. In his book, he follows the electronic-waste trails from Europe and the United States to the post-apocalyptic scenery of Agbogbloshie in Ghana, the e-waste city of Guiyu in China and the backyard workshops of New Delhi.
About the Artists
Wiena Lin is a Brooklyn-based artist and current A/D/O Workspace Member working across fine arts and commercial experiential design. She strives to create stunning immersive experiences by extending the expressiveness of traditional art and design mediums with technology. Raised in a coal mining town in West Virginia, she grew up with a keen awareness of our relationship with natural resources, inspiring her ongoing dedication to conservation.
Kai Loffelbein is a Berlin-based photographer who has documented the world’s largest e-waste villages over the past seven years. He is deeply committed to capturing global issues and has exhibited widely and received awards from organizations including Magnum Emergency Fund and UNICEF.
29 Norman Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11222 (Map)
July 16th – August 17th
Opening Party at A/D/O:
Thursday, July 19th (6:30 to 9:00 pm)
Ongoing events around the exhibition are below:
- 7/21: Children’s Workshop
- 8/4: Artist’s talk, followed by guests “performing” work to create video documentation
- 8/16: E-waste symposium featuring global e-waste experts