The Window Box Project will house a series of installations created by New Mexico-based artists and will be accessible throughout the year to any and all interested passersby. Similar in appearance to a storefront window, this project provides an engaging way to experience local, museum-quality art without the need to actually enter the museum. Physically, the space is a nine by five-foot square box, visible from the street through an eight-foot square window that faces a very heavily traversed thoroughfare.
Exhibits at the Window Box Project will rotate three times a year and focus on emerging and under-recognized artists from around the state. Artists working individually or collectively can reimagine the space in innovative ways that either speak to the community or provide an opportunity for these artists to work collaboratively with underserved communities on the installation. In this regard, the Window Box Project emphasizes creative and inventive approaches to artistic practice and recognizes diverse voices and inclusivity as core values.
Further details about upcoming Window Box open calls coming soon!