#tbt is dedicated to the first sculptural tumbler I made in grad school- the beginning of the idea for a ‘thumbhold’ and the possibilities of ‘contemplative cups’. It may not look like much but this was a starting point for so much more than I could have ever imagined. I decided to show these forms along side my sculptures, to which my committee said I shouldn’t continue to pursue the functional work. If I regret anything from grad school, it’s that I didn’t fight harder to keep both for my thesis.... but hey! Look at me now! Throwin pots on the daily and no one to tell me I can’t! #liveandlearn
Got the keys to the gallery! Femmexplicit Digitalia just got a step closer to becoming a reality! It's a beautiful, street-level, light-filled space at the Pfizer Building at 630 Flushing Avenue in Brooklyn.
As amazing and open as this gallery is, it needs a lot of work! I'm going to be constructing two 15 foot walls, and painting them purple! I need to install lighting, a projector, and a large vinyl wall installation. That means I'm going to need drywall, compound, joint tape, sandpaper, paint, and lots of wood! Also, I can't build walls alone so, I need to hire someone who knows what they're doing for execution and safety.
Please consider donating to this exhibition to support the execution of this exciting show in a space that needs a lot of love!
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Carrie Able Gallery presents a group show, « Aesthetics of Dreams », curated by Damien Anger. Running from April 11th to June 3rd, the exhibition will feature a plethora of mediums including photography, painting, collage, sculpture, as well as video art. Featured artists include; Sangeun Hwang, Natsuko Hattori, Zofie King, Sarawut Chutiwongpeti, Honnete Bas, Natalie Girsberger and Carrie Able. Please join us for the exhibition opening celebration; Wednesday April 11th from 7 to 9 pm. (image: Natalie Girsberger, Tuned In, Analog collage, 13”x9”, 2016)