Currently in the Project Space

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New York


By Night:
1990 - 1996

photographs by Joanne Chan

January 11th - March 30th 2019
Reception: January 11th 5 - 7pm

Project Space Hours:
Tuesdays 1 - 5pm
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 2 - 6pm

For more information and
connected programming click HERE.

To listen to Joanne’s interview with Matt Peiken on BPR go HERE.


Join us for a discussion of the essay by Audre Lorde

“The Erotic as Power”

SATURDAY March 16th 2 – 4pm


Introducing the Listening Room Gallery

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Grace Engel

FEBRUARY 7th - March 30th


MAP is thrilled to be the fiscal sponsor for this dynamic event coming in April! Click on the image for more info + hit the donate button to be a part of it!

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Just released! Two sonic records of our involvement at
{Re}Happening 2018 & Broad Sense from October 2018

The Media Arts Project + Revolve in conjunction with BMCM+AC, present a reactive multimedia installation in the John Cage Room scored by multiple movements which feature live coding, sound, performance and visuals. Isolated performers responded to streams of dynamic visual cues, the sequence and content of which were determined by chance operations. The room itself acted as a site of negotiation — between the performers, and between the performers and audience. It was a nexus for virtual collaboration, coincidental encounters, prompted actions, and a variety of trans-disciplinary activities.

For more information go HERE.

In October of 2018, MAP/REVOLVE partnered with Alice Vogler & Vela Oma to present a day-long event. For nine hours, from 2pm to 11pm on October 27th, 2018 visiting and local experimental performance and sound artists used 7 acres on top of a ridge in Marshall, NC to create timed performances, durational work, multi site pieces, installation and sound work. Moondrawn (Boston) was one of those performers and he has shared the results with us. Take a listen.

***Stay Tuned for Info About Broad Sense 2019***


WHAT WE DO.

REVOLVE is open to the public with a newly renovated space that will be home to a gallery, a studio, and a teaching/think tank space.  We will host one-person shows as well as a rotating collection of vibrant, challenging art.

We view craft as a mindset as well as a practice. We want to question the lines drawn between artist and audience, image and idea, inspiration and technique. 

Our mission is to gather in one place the creative energies of the Asheville area, represented by a variety of viewpoints, forms of expression, markets and communities, and to reach out from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the visual and intellectual landscape of the US and abroad. We plan to generate conversations that inspire collaboration across media, disciplines, identities and agendas.

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