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This event is a collaboration between three womenled organizations. The focus is on converging the talented artists in our community under the broad notion of “Body Positivity” for the purpose of reframing how we talk, feel, and think about bodies. BODY/Space will be held at the end of March a galleryspace in DUMBO. It is equal parts a call for art/participants and an open exhibition for the community to observe, learn, participate and connect with their fellow community members.
WHO WE ARE: We are a collaborative team united by the common goal of creating
Image Credit: Sahana Ramakrishnan. Asura (2016), Oil, Collage, and Brass pieces on Canvas, 46 x 54 inches
Through a Window: Sahana Ramakrishnan One Night Exhibition March 17 2016 Opening: 7.30 pm 10.30pm Image Credit:Titled after anthropologist and ethologist Jane Goodall’s dramatic saga of chimpanzee life in the Gombe,
In her first solo exhibition, Sahana Ramakrishnan offers an escape into a world in which human and animal bodies cease to exist as separates. The artist finds inspiration in the Hindu and Buddhist philosophies that stress our interconnectedness to other beings on this planet.
Tate Gregor | Ryan Maguire | Jeff Donaldson | Claire Kwong | Jessen Jurado
Saturday, March 12 730pm - 1030pm
Musical performance by
Tate Gregor https://soundcloud.com/tategregor Onetime chip musician PopStar turned full-time music composer Tate Gregor explores dreamy electronic sonic textures as part of his most recent solo project.
Audio/Visual Art Performance by
Claire Kwong http://clairekwong.com/ Claire Kwong is an interactive artist who dramatizes her personal experience with technology.
Kate Aitchison Hannah Bigeleisen Zach Cramer Nabil Gonzalez M. Benjamin Herndon Adam Porter Laura Post Andrea Santos
Today the definition of print and printmaking continues to expand far beyond its original invention as a tool for communication and uniform reproduction. The unprecedented acceleration of new developments for creating multiples, ranging from 3D printing to virtual reality, has reinvigorated our artistic practices with infinite possibilities.