StoreFrontLab is a small space for big ideas, a vessel for dialogue and public engagement. Exploring the “storefront” as a place of community, creativity and local industry, we support participatory projects that bridge disciplines and prompt discussion. StoreFrontLab hosts experiments lasting from one day to one month, and take the form of salons, interactive and performative installations, lectures, film screenings, workshops, pop-ups, poetry, and music. Each season, we identify an important and many-sided concept, unpacking a constellation of thoughts, problems and images communicated through dynamic public programming within our project space.
Yosh Asato, Founder
David Baker, Founder
Arianne Gelardin, Curator
Jacob Palmer, Curator
Public art, exhibition, and grant proposals
2D and 3D rendering
File preparation for fabrication
Editing and concept development
Youth Outreach and Urban Education
The 5x5 Project 2014 was the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities’ new temporary public art biennial. Working together with San Francisco-based curator Justine Topfer, (home)land was conceived as an investigation of national and personal identity. (home)land featured the works of artists Marley Dawson, Abigail DeVille, Kota Ezawa, Sanaz Mazinani and Soda_Jerk.