6 Chinatown residents + 4 artists + 1 abandoned lot = Residence Lab!
Four Boston-based Asian American artists from various backgrounds including film, illustration, photography, sound art, poetry, and architecture spent the summer collaborating with and learning from Chinatown residents. The artist-resident collective aimed to address one core question through their work: How might residents take ownership of Chinatown’s physical space in a way that preserves and fosters neighborhood identity?
Come discover the creative results of bringing artists and residents together to shape a rapidly changing Chinatown and reimagine an empty lot next to the Chinatown Gate.
This program is created in partnership with the Asian Community Development Corporation. Residence Lab is generously funded by the Barr Foundation and ArtPlace America and supported by Sasaki’s Fabrication Studio. Click here to learn more about residencies at the Pao Arts Center.
Contact: Anju Madhok | 617-635-5129 x 2017