The Black Chamber – The Wedge Space at Houston Community College Southeast – Apr 13-Jun 18, 2018
The Black Chamber is a collaborative installation of new drawings, paintings, artist-made publications, and video works by Houston-based artists, Phillip Pyle II, Stephen Wilson, and Gregory Michael Carter.
The exhibition asks the question, How does society understand black and how is it quantified, measured and valued? Where is black produced and what are the limitations of black; when is it too black, can black not be colored? How can we redefine black?
The work is loosely based on The Black Chamber, also known as The Cipher Bureau, which was the United States’
first peacetime cryptanalytic organization, and a forerunner of the National Security Agency.
Reception: April 13th from 6:30-8: 30p
Time: April 13th- June 18th.
The Wedge Space at HCC Southeast
6815 Rustic St. Houston, TX 77087
Wedge Space is located on the first floor of the Felix Morales Building on the Houston Community College Southeast campus. Adjacent to the Fine Arts and Languages Division offices, across from the campus police.
Hours: Mon-Thurs 9am-6:30pm, Fri & Sat 9am-5pm