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The tremendous discoveries dealing with space and time, observations of entanglement and quantum spookiness over the last one hundred years have brought us to an exciting time in perception evolution and closer to the brink of a great paradigm shift in consciousness. These revelations question our fundamental understanding of physics and challenge our perceived laws of nature. String theory, Multiple and Parallel Universes, Gravitational Waves; who knows what could be uncovered next or where this new knowledge might take us.
Break the Floor is a multimedia group exhibition that will revisit the historical phrase "the personal is political" and explore how our sense of self is so often shaped by larger social structures and the verbal and visual language that surrounds us. The act of making in itself can be seen as an act of urgency to communicate the questions we regularly grapple with and the necessity to make the things that are overlooked and underrepresented both visible and audible.
The Espejo Organization for the Arts and Rabbithole Projects are pleased to present Bodyscapes, Gaspar Marquez’s latest photography exhibition. The Mexicanborn artist, who learned photography while struggling and wandering through America, uses nonlinear photographs that are meant to capture the essence of the female beauty by mathematically dissecting the female aesthetic frame by frame.
In this onenightonly show Marquez will present a series of images composed by multiple 35mm film shots in which he experiments with the nude female body.
Emma Backer invites you to her opening on Thursday, April 28th from 7 - 9pm showcasing photographs created in tribute to Yves Klein and his color blue.
On May 19, 1960, The French Patent Office issued Patent Number 63471 to Yves Klein for his invention of a new paint mixing technique. This patent inadvertently led to the invention of International Klein Blue (IKB) a color that Yves Klein built his career around and artists and brands have referred back to ever since.