Any form may be transformed into another form.
Natalie Beall (MFA 2009)
Catherine Czacki (MFA 2008)
N. Dash (MFA 2010)
Jennifer Jane Dohne
Sarah Dziedzic (MA 2011)
Paul Heyer (MFA 2009)
Ajay Kurian (BFA 2006)
Pierre Le Hors
Amelia Saddington (MFA 2008)
Energy is never lost, only displaced.
The house at Lincoln Road was built in 1910. There may be ghosts - residual energy emitted from the objects left by prior tenants. There are pockets and folds within the house that reveal its existence in time, dating it across the century.
The works deal with the energy autonomous in objects or images, or respond to the energy within the house.
Natalie Beall: Folds and pleats in cloth abound, Rachel Blackwell: A familiar reaction, Ben Boatright: Rituals repeat themselves, Lindsay Castillo: Found or taken, Tyler Coburn: A secret to be revealed, Catherine Czacki: Open with electricity, N.Dash: Indigo records activity, Jennifer Jane Dohne: Sticks and stones, Sarah Dziedzic: Historical narratives are placed, Jesse Galaznik: Ghosts are contacted, Paul Heyer: A rolling stone gathers no moss, Tuomas Korpijaakko: Things need no anchors, Ajay Kurian: Crystalline structures take over, Pierre Le Hors: The images suspend, Claudia Mendoza: Time melts like gold. Valerie Piraino: Lights and peeling walls evoke, Denise Shatz: Objects are recorded as shadows, Amelia Saddington: Vibrations are present, Linnea Vedder: A gift absorbs darkness.
The house is located at 236 Lincoln Road near the Prospect Park Q in Lefferts Manor, Brooklyn.
Opening: Saturday, June 18th 7-10 PM
Closing: Saturday, July 8th 7-10 PM
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment to see the exhibition at other times.