Start

Sat

,

Oct 16

5:00 pm

End

Sat

,

Oct 16

6:00 pm

How

In-Person

Type

Talk

Location

1014 5th Avenue

Oct

16

Launch: New Video Work by Mario Gooden

Start

Sat

,

Oct 16

5:00 pm

End

Sat

,

Oct 16

6:00 pm

How

In-Person

Type

Talk

Location

1014 5th Avenue

Image of a room with attendees watching Mario Gooden speak

Please join us for the first presentation of 1014 Black Ground: Dispossession Inheritance by Mario Gooden, produced by 1014 for1014: Past and Future. 1014 Black Ground: Dispossession Inheritance is a meditation on the dispossession of land, property, and generational wealth of African Americans and the accumulation of wealth by American oligarchy through means of extraction, exploitation, and marginalization. Written, Directed and Performed by Mario Gooden Videography and Editing by Thuto Durkac-Somo Production Team: Saadia S. Lone, Che-Wei Liu, Juan Marcos Arriaza. The work was developed for and first presented as part of the exhibition Jenny Brockmann: Dialogues on a Future Communication (2019) curated by Niama Safia Sandy at 1014 Fifth Avenue in September 2019. Mario Gooden is a cultural practice architect and founding principal of Huff + Gooden Architects. His practice engages the cultural landscape and the intersectionality of architecture, race, gender, sexuality, and technology. His work crosses the thresholds between the design of architecture and the built environment, writing, research, and performance. Gooden is also a Professor of Practice at the Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) of Columbia University. Gooden is the author of Dark Space: Architecture Representation Black Identity (Columbia University Press, 2016). 1014: Past and Future comprises a weekend of architecture, culture and community. The program will feature an exhibition and talks at 1014 5th Avenue and guided walking tours in the Upper East Side neighborhood. Accessibility Statement: Unfortunately, 1014 Fifth Avenue needs to be refurbished and is not fully accessible in its current stage. We apologize to our guests and kindly ask you to contact j.stubbs@1014.nyc if you need further information or assistance. We will do our best to enable everyone to join us. COVID Protocols: For everyone’s health and safety, proof of COVID-19 vaccination (age 12+) -- either in digital or hard-copy form -- and masks (age 2+) are required for all visitors to 1014 5th Avenue. Hand sanitizer will be offered upon arrival.

Please join us for the first presentation of 1014 Black Ground: Dispossession Inheritance by  Mario Gooden, produced by 1014 for1014: Past and Future.

1014 Black Ground: Dispossession Inheritance is a meditation on the dispossession of land, property, and generational wealth of African Americans and the accumulation of wealth by American oligarchy through means of extraction, exploitation, and marginalization.

Written, Directed and Performed by Mario Gooden Videography and Editing by Thuto Durkac-Somo Production Team: Saadia S. Lone, Che-Wei Liu, Juan Marcos Arriaza.

The work was developed for and first presented as part of the exhibition Jenny Brockmann: Dialogues on a Future Communication (2019) curated by Niama Safia Sandy at 1014 Fifth Avenue in September 2019.

Mario Gooden is a cultural practice architect and founding principal of Huff + Gooden Architects. His practice engages the cultural landscape and the intersectionality of architecture, race, gender, sexuality, and technology. His work crosses the thresholds between the design of architecture and the built environment, writing, research, and performance. Gooden is also a Professor of Practice at the Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) of Columbia University. Gooden is the author of Dark Space: Architecture Representation Black Identity (Columbia University Press, 2016).

1014: Past and Future comprises a weekend of architecture, culture and community. The program will feature an exhibition and talks at 1014 5th Avenue and guided walking tours in the Upper East Side neighborhood.

Accessibility Statement:
Unfortunately, 1014 Fifth Avenue needs to be refurbished and is not fully accessible in its current stage. We apologize to our guests and kindly ask you to contact j.stubbs@1014.nyc if you need further information or assistance. We will do our best to enable everyone to join us.

COVID Protocols:
For everyone’s health and safety, proof of COVID-19 vaccination (age 12+) -- either in digital or hard-copy form -- and masks (age 2+) are required for all visitors to 1014 5th Avenue. Hand sanitizer will be offered upon arrival.

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