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Tuesday, July 19: TRANSFERENCE

on Sat, 07/02/2016 - 23:00

Transference is an exploration of the intangibles that are often shrouded with ambiguity and abstraction, yet can be felt through experience. The body of work not only seeks to question the possibilities of perception and its potential catalysts, but also addresses the impact of our conditionings and fabrications on our experiences. Guy and Hu's respective works attempt to weave the psychological and energetic aspect of lived experience with our surrounding environments. 

Hubert Guy is a multidisciplinary artist who lives and works in New York. Currently, he wants to deepen his understanding and to explore experiential qualities of, not only immersive environments but also, immersion through meditative practices and the body. His educational background includes a MFA in Art Practice from School of Visual Arts and a MA in Psychology with a specialization in Creativity from Saybrook University.

Ava M. Hu is an artist and poet who lives in Bushwick, Brooklyn. For more information on Ava, please go to

Sound Performance by Paramatma Siri Sadhana 

Paramatma Siri Sadhana is the founder and director of the Surat Shabad Sound School and The Invincible Hall in New York City. A direct student of Yogi Bhajan, the Mahan Tantric and Guru Dev Singh, the Master of Sat Nam Rasayan, her visionary work is leading a revolution in sound and consciousness in New York City and beyond ~ influencing meditative perspectives, perceptions, practices and emergent lexicons of Aquarian consciousness.  In March 2013, she originated the Mothership Gong, which consists of All Night Symphonic Gong and concurrent Sat Nam Rasayan practice, and ever since, has been creating regular overnight durational practices, sonic installations and events as "Interstellar Intervibratory Illuminations."

Photographs by Tyler Oliver, a photographer and director based in Los Angeles.


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