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Siki Im & Clayton Patterson
WHITEBOX ART CENTER | 329 BROOME STREET | (between Chrystie Street and Bowery)

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About Siki Im: The work of an intellectual is not to mould the political will; it is, through the analyses that he does in his own field, to reexamine evidence and assumptions, to shake up habitualways of working and thinking, to dissipate conventional familiarities, to revaluate rules and institutions and to participate in the formation nof a polituical will (where he has his role as a citizen to play). --- Michel Foucault

Siki Im Studio is an award winning multi disciplinary studio specializing is fashion, architecture, furniture, homeware and graphic design based in New York City. The aim is to revaluate and re-imagine the existing landscape and create unique intelligent and lasting objects.

Siki Im/Den Im is a unisex designer menswear line sold globally in over 50 stores. Each garment is fitted with premium fabrics and thoughtful details to maintain the utmost quality and a spirit of individuality.

Siki Im cross is a modern high-performance sportswear line designed with technological textured fabrics, ergonomic constructions and intelligent details for sports, exerciser and other activities. Siki Im cross is for the poetic jock and the athletic nerd. more

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Gallery Whitebox

ABOUT: Whitebox is a non-profit art space that serves as a platform for contemporary artists to develop and showcase new site-specific work, and is a laboratory for unique commissions, exhibitions, special events, salon series, and arts education programs. Whitebox offers free and diverse programs for the surrounding communities including Chinatown, the Lower East Side, and international cultural tourism to experience an artist’s work in a meaningful manner.

Whitebox Art Center Vision: Through site-specific exhibitions, performances, screenings, readings, lectures, and panel discussions, Whitebox provides the opportunity to experience an artist’s practice in a meaningful way to the surrounding communities of Chinatown, the Lower East Side, and cultural tourism. It is Whitebox’s artistic vision to provide artists with sustained exposure, and create the environment for more in-depth interaction between audiences and artists’ practices. As a non-profit art space, Whitebox aims to be a space for invention. It achieves this by inviting emerging and established artists to respond to its exhibition space with interventions, performances, and developing long-term programming that allows them to develop projects and engage with audiences.    more