We Dream As We Live
A solo exhibition by Worm Carnevale
Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 7, 7-10pm
Worm Carnevale's work is composed of exquisite nuances and juxtapositions of identity, adolescence, violence and sexuality. With this exhibition he has designed an immersive environment that spans two rooms and includes video art and printed photography.
In the first room two projections will stimulate you with visual vignettes while two additional projections scroll phrases that have been said by the artist. Music and sounds produced by Worm will reverberate throughout the viewing room. One may sit in the room's center to feed into the energy of the experience. You can even smell the air.
A photography installation measuring 10ft x 8ft from his series "Afterthoughts" will adorn the wall of the gallery's upper room. In the third room there will be 7 pieces from the gallery's permanent collection of artists: Raquel Echanique, Michael Kronenberg, Antoinette Johnson, Mikki Nylund, Mike Noel, Grant Stoops and Teddi Rogers.
Distilling one's experiences causes the intoxication of meaning. Life’s experiences escape from any one container and are refilled under unknowable circumstances. All forgotten experiences scream in our dreams. These experiences are the reason why we dream as we live. Come join us as we take you through an intense experience. Bring a friend ... or two.
950 Hart St. Bushwick, Brooklyn
(1 Block from the L train)