Join us for a series of open studios from The Laundromat Project’s 2022 Artists-in-Residence! Ibi Ibrahim, Jamel Burgess, Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong, and Kendra J. Ross will share updates, process, and motivations for their projects embracing archival practices and community memory. Register to join each session individually.
IN PERSON* at 20 Jay Street, #M10B Brooklyn, NY 11201
The Laundromat Project requires masks and proof of vaccination.
Reflective Urbanisms: Mapping NY Chinatown is a storytelling project by Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong about Manhattan’s Chinatown community, as told through its built environment. The project maps Chinatown through changes the buildings and streets have undergone over time, and through community stories about the activities that took place there. The project consists of several connected components, including design and fabrication of a public seating installation where community story circles are held, and an interactive digital map and archive. Join Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong at her studio in DUMBO to learn more about her work!
*Please see registration page for details regarding The LP’s in-person event safety protocols