The Godine Vintage Furniture project was a multi-media endeavor that unfolded over the course of four months. The scope of the project included three exhibitions in the Godine Gallery, numerous press releases, social media manipulation, gallery interventions and two public receptions. Godine Vintage Furniture sought to explore the concepts and systems of gentrification, capitalism, commercialization, and consumerism, particularly how those systems exist in the immediate Boston and MassArt communities. Through real time narrative development, press, installation, and performance, the Godine Vintage Furniture team crafted a fictitious narrative the spoke to phenomena that we observed unfolding in our community and city.
Godine Vintage Furniture was created by Andrew Grimanis, Felix Kauffman, Marissa Cote, and Montana Gulbrand.
Godine Vintage Furniture - Perpetual Collapse and Pop Up Sale