Opalka Gallery Presents:
Roads. Pipes. Wires. Bureaucracies. These words describe infrastructure.
In-“faux”-structure refers to false or erroneous meaning related to infrastructure, the ephemeral nature of building materials, and other ambiguities related to physical and social systems and their creation.
In-faux-structure is , an ambitious indoor/outdoor exhibition scheduled for August 12th – October 19th, 2019, will investigate gender and identity as they relate to infrastructure. Who makes decisions related to infrastructure? Who is responsible for the labor? Who designs it?
Artists and non-artists consider their definition of infrastructure, how it can be improved, who it serves, who it doesn’t serve, and who is left out altogether.
Opening Reception:

Friday, September 6th, 6PM-9PM


Performance & Panel Discussion:

if we touch, our eyes will never meet

Friday, September 27th, 6:30 PM

Moderated by:
David B. Green Jr., Ph.D., Director of Diversity and Inclusion at the Sage Colleges
Opalka Gallery // 140 New Scotland Avenue // Albany, NY 12208 // 518.292.7742 //

Show Runs: August 13th – October 19th