Opening Reception: Form and Force/ Symptom of a Universe

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Opening Reception: Form and Force/ Symptom of a Universe

Time: December 16, 2016 at 7pm to January 6, 2017 at 6:30pm
Location: Trestle Gallery and Trestle Projects
Street: 168 7th Street, 3rd Floor
City/Town: Brooklyn
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Phone: 7188589069
Event Type: opening, reception
Organized By: Brooklyn Art Space
Latest Activity: Nov 28, 2016

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Opening reception: December 16th, 7-9pm Trestle Gallery, Trestle Projects

Artist’s come to Trestle to hone their craft, build community, and participate in exhibition opportunities. This year’s annual resident showcase is curated by Curator-In-Residence, Jesse Firestone, and celebrates the diverse and exciting works the artists have developed during their residencies. In response to studio visits and subsequent conversations Firestone has organized two distinct exhibitions, Form and Force and A Symptom of The Universe. They highlight seemingly opposite approaches to art making: process as a method of inquiry and emotion as the impetus for making. The exhibitions will span both of our Gowanus locations: Trestle Gallery at 168 7th Street, and Trestle Projects at 400 3rd Ave. This new format provides an opportunity for conceptual juxtapositions, as opposed to a simple survey of works in a single locale. 


Natasa Prljevic, Sarah Mallory, Carlos Torres Machado, Beth Duerr, Rachel Chicaguala, Bonam Kim, Marilee Bogaert, Libby Rosa, Annie Trincot, Shana Siegel, Joshua Gabriel, Julie Combal 


Dean Christensen, Erika Roth, Paul Agastonopolos, Skye Asta Devine Schirmer, Aparna Sarkar, Charlotte Corini, Katie Hector, Jen Nista

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