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In this popup show, artworks from 6 individual artists will be presented.
This show is to discover and recreate the sanctuaries of the individual artists’ practice. As individual artists observe the world through their own distinctive lenses, their art becomes projections their perceived realities. Their lenses come with variations of unique patterns and foci, developed by each individual artists’ styles. And naturally, artworks have a tendency of portraying one’s personality, state of mind, and lifestyle.
In the gallery space, the 6 artists will create installations of spaces where the
We are a collection of artists based in Amsterdam and New York. We’re exhibiting as part of Rabbithole's final show series, celebrating the very last opening days of this awesome studio before it closes it’s doors after 12 years.
For our group show there will be work submissions from:
Lisa Weatherbee | Nessim Higson | Seth Scantlen | Thomas Murphy | Marco Lawrence | Jade Jefferies | Jack Samels | Adam Zoltowski
A bit more about the artists:
SETH SCANTLEN ~ Artist / Painter from Brooklyn
"Seth’s layered compositions seem to ebb towards something darker than the sea, shifting and
Ana Maria Lyons (Bogota, Colombia) is a photographer whose playful use of light and movement creates an atmosphere of suspense and timelessness. Featuring model Sophie Carbonari, this new series offers a fragmented narrative full of emotion, sensuality and shimmering reflections of self-empowerment.
Ana Maria Lyons currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
For almost 5 years as part of the Rabbithole community, BKC has been motivating people to never stop learning, and we're putting together a little mid-summer pre-party to get ready for our anniversary this fall. Using multiple projectors we'll be showing works-in-progress and class projects from students throughout our time teaching and learning together. We invite all students, friends, family and folks interested in photography to visit with us, share your current pursuits and get inspired.
Inspired by my father's former bonded leather factory in Taichung, Taiwan, WARK is part of the Manufracture Series that explores the contradictory yet parallel relationships between manufacturing and art-making. After visiting and documenting local manufacturers and post-industrial sites, and purchasing materials from them, I use photographs, sculptures, and videos to re-fabricate the boundaries and create overlaps between these two industries.
Jia-Jen Lin is a Taiwanese artist based in New York.