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Aero Studies, a solo show by artist Colette Aliman, will feature four sculptures. In this series, Aliman continues an exploration of inflatable sculpture, a medium that she sees to embody the dialectical relationship between recent pneumatic advances in architecture and the form of the human body.
AERO STUDIES: A PURSUIT TOWARDS A PHYSIOPNEUMATIC ARCHITECTURE, IN FOUR PARTS
Opening Event: August 6th, 2016 7pm- 9pm
Aero Studies, a solo show by artist Colette Aliman at the RABBITHOLE in Dumbo, Brooklyn will feature four sculptures.
Wishing Well is an evening to celebrate the work of many artists. It is presented by Rabbit Movers who take pride in their creative staff. The event is BYOB and open to the public with a suggested donation of $10. There will be live acoustic music and a multitude of visual art on display.
My artwork aims to bring the beauty of landscape to the viewer, to encourage people to pause, look, and bask in the simple and often under-appreciated joy of looking. I maintain a certain child-like fascination with and awe of vistas that propels me to the studio; it is my hope that viewers of the work will have an opportunity to engage in that awe as well.
Being heavily influenced by hue, my work employs bright, saturated colors and deep, rich shadows boldly fused with exacting brushwork; I seek to play upon the visual drama that results from a meeting of
Gather Around: Gigi Chen & John Breiner Saturday, June 18th 6-11pm
Join us for the Two Person show of paintings and drawings by Gigi Chen and John Breiner.
John Breiner: My work is highly inspired by nature, the passing of time, and the reclaiming of surfaces. For the last decade, books, salvaged paper, wood, and found objects have been my work surfaces of choice. As an artist I look for a surface with stains and the telltale marks of a past life. I find inspiration from yellowed paper, peeling paint, or a water-damaged surface.