For her new project Blue Hour, Adriana Farmiga presents a site-specific installation comprised of oil-on-panel diptychs and a freestanding plywood sculpture. At the core of the project is the notion of liminality: the state of being in between, or of being neither/nor. Through the visual language of sunsets and urban construction, dualities and oppositions break open, giving way to a tempered and unresolved balance of possibilities.
Gijs Van Lith
May 18th – July 8th, 2017
Broers van een andere moeder.
Jude Broughan, Memory Foam
Chris Fennell, Black and Blue
Black and Blue
February 23rd – April 1st, 2017
“As for a mantra, I wrote down an Emily Dickinson line from the poem Ghosts on a folded piece of paper I have been carrying around in my pocket:
‘One need not be a chamber to be haunted’
Being haunted is one of the essential components of being human, maybe. At least for artists.”
Untitled Miami 2015
Bow Down Mister, collaborative installation with works by Meg Cranston and Thaddeus Strode
Art Toronto 2015
Meg Cranston, Adler Guerrier, and Basim Magdy
NADA NY 2015
Noritoshi Hirakawa performance, featuring original score by Raz Mesinai and clothing by Thomas Chen/ Emmanuelle NYC.
Dancers: Ariane Bernier, Lisa Clementi, Carlye Eckert, Pavel Machuca.
Volta NY 2015
Untitled Miami 2014
Adler Guerrier, Basim Magdy, Gerben Mulder, and Meg Cranston