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A group show by: Motoyuki Bamba / Bico Kondo / Shemuel Phillip-Peters
In Untitled Serenity Enclosed three artists conceptually express their acceptance of an unknown future. Striving to remain untainted from the influence of following society's aesthetics but as well being open to moralistic ideas and personal growth in today's age. Their work is a result of the relation and contrast between aggression and peace, confusion and order.
VIEW FROM ABOVE is a group exhibition that investigates aerial perspective in different forms, from political borders and hidden miniature landscapes to mechanical infrastructures and textured maps of memory. Perspectives of the world become fragmented using various techniques of installation, interactivity, and introspection.
The exhibition includes works by:
Isabella Cruz-Chong / Lisa di Donato / Tyler Henry / Christina Lafontaine / Katya Meykson / Caroline Voagen Nelson / Caleb Nussear.
The exhibition is curated by Caroline Voagen Nelson.
Habitual actions, rituals, relationships. We consider them as essential parts of our individual existence. To unexpectedly fall out of this everyday structure, begin to lose control, is a breaking point, a breach, pinned to the "here and now". It makes us aware that we exist. Aware of our own fragility. The artist exposes this ruptured condition, in a moment of vulnerability, experiencing a creative breakthrough.
Artists: Elena Chestnykh, Michelle Sumaray, Susan Luss, Melanie Reese, Yanina Boldyreva & Alexander Isaenko.
Transference is an exploration of the intangibles that are often shrouded with ambiguity and abstraction, yet can be felt through experience. The body of work not only seeks to question the possibilities of perception and its potential catalysts, but also addresses the impact of our conditionings and fabrications on our experiences. Guy and Hu's respective works attempt to weave the psychological and energetic aspect of lived experience with our surrounding environments.
Hubert Guy is a multidisciplinary artist who lives and works in New York.