Time: October 1, 2010 at 7pm to November 2, 2010 at 7pm
Location: White Rabbit Lounge
Street: 145 East Houston St, between Forsyth and Eldridge
City/Town: New York, NY
Website or Map: http://artanagnorisis.com
Event Type: art, exhibit, opening, reception
Organized By: Anagnorisis Fine Arts
Latest Activity: Sep 12, 2010
Anagnorisis is proud to invite you to view the exquisite embroidery of Erin Endicott starting October 1 at the White Rabbit Lounge. Not quite soft sculpture, Erin utilizes stitching and ink to paint on found objects - things that hold power because of their age and anthropomorphic wisdom.
This exhibit is sure to be a soothing introspective one. Erin will have paintings and stitching while, on opening night only, we will be showing the mysterious videos of Daniela Bertol.
Please join us for the opening reception on October 1, 7-10pm.
DJ Frankie Teardrop will join us this month to keep our ears happy.
$5 drink specials to be announced!
October Solo Exhibit | Erin Endicott
“God enters through the wound”
Antique fabrics, clothing and linens
My dowry passed down through generations
My history woven into this cloth
A fine cotton tablecloth
Lovingly mended by my great-grandmother
Becomes a little girl’s dress
Beautifully worn and threadbare
Stained by an artist’s hand
Walnut ink flowing into complex organic shapes
Subtleties of value, depth
Bringing the wound to life
Lost in the meditation of stitching
From within the fabric
Memories reveal themselves
Stitches, like words
The story grows
Lines graceful, unfurling
Drawing with thread
The Healing begins
Video artist | Daniela Bertol
Video and concept artist Daniela Bertol will have on the projector her project
Sky From Earth
Sky from Earth is a a multimedia project on the intersections between art, astronomy and architecture.
People have been looking at the sky from time immemorial: the recurrence of celestial events was recorded by signs in the landscape, from simple megaliths to elaborate monuments at architectural scale.
From the early constructions at Stonehenge to contemporary land art projects, humans have always expressed the desire to communicate beyond their local space by establishing built places, which reach out to the sky above.
With a strong visual narrative, Frames of Sky from Earth clearly unfolds its transdisciplinary content ranging from astronomical concepts to architecture and art history, educating the viewer on a tour of the most remarkable examples of "the architecture of cosmology."