This drawing will be up for auction at Buy What You Love, a benefit to support the Rema Hort Mann Foundation. This annual auction is a project of over 200 original works on paper. Presented in reverse-auction format, the exhibition will sell each anonymous work of art at a price that drops throughout the evening. All proceeds from the event go directly to Rema Hort Mann Foundation’s three bi-coastal grant programs. Thursday, November 16, 6-9pm. 157 Hudson Street, NYC. http://us8.campaign-archive.com/?u=2770ae88036b0ea2f657b2cc4&id=06ba54e773
Shifting Ground (detail), mixed media on canvas, 36 X 48"
Please drop by Hunter's upcoming Open Studios. I'll be showing work in my studio (#362), as well as in the Digital Media Collective's group show. I look forward to seeing you there!
inside / outside upside / down
Grant Clark / Alex Maldonado / Ahna Serendren
Thursday, February 25th - Thursday, March 24th, 2016
Opening Reception: 7-10 p.m.
I'm honored to be included in We Play So Hard at Being Human, a group show curated by Kate Barton on Curating Contemporary.
Kate wrote some fantastic ekphrastic poems to accompany each artist's work in the exhibition. Here are the words she wrote in response to Embodiment, my video in the show:
Inner travel reveals the oddness of skin. Tight, loose, shedding, spotted, wrinkly – limited, a boundary line, containers. The only way beyond is through and I could be scared of my own nutness, certainly yours. The body as machine, a vessel, gravity. The mind as witness, storyteller, Ringmaster. Pitch a tent in the warm sun and a picnic lunch. Your reflection and you, the great re-‐assembly. I come back to the low song – a chorus of breaths – fragments come home.