Founded in 2016, Blank Forms is a Brooklyn-based publishing, performance and exhibition platform that brings visibility to underrepresented artists working with sound, performance and other time-based media. Notable for the cross-generational, international roster of artists it works with, Blank Forms specializes in research-driven projects, often collaborating with more senior artists on their archives and legacy-building and using this experience to inform its work with artists at an earlier point in their careers. A bi-annual journal includes rare and unpublished primary documents relating to its research, newly commissioned essays and interviews, and other writing that complements its exhibition and performance series.
“It is an honor to be part of The Warhol Foundation’s mission to support the visual arts coupled with its commitment to specifically support the voices of women, POC, Native Americans, and LGBTQ. It is simply thrilling to be part of an organization where we get to see these values writ large and implement real change in real life ways in the visual arts community that still so needs to move forward in terms of social justice, equality, and diversity. We put our money where our mouth is. How many institutions actually do that?”
Deborah Kass, Artist