I will be doing an exhibition with an opening Bushwick Open Studios weekend, and in the presence of some amazing zinesters/artists. I hope I can share my work with you! Special thanks to Ebru Brun!
A Personification: Masked/Unmaked is an exhibition of masks exploring transformation, identity, and our relationship to nature. The work will be displayed for the month of June at Fairweather Bushwick.
274 Wyckoff Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Live Music and Special Drinks will be offered at the Opening!
Bushwick Open Studios Weekend
Saturday, June 6th, 2015
12:00 to 3:00
GAMBA Zine, Brainwashing from Phone Towers, and Basement Babes will also be sharing their work during this time.
I have collaborated with both GAMBA Zine and Basement Babes and am delighted to share their work. I also am excited/humbled to be in the same space as Sarah Nicholls; she’s an incredible artist and I have a huge respect and appreciation for her creative practice!
Basement Babes is a collection of art, writing and thoughts related to or inspired by feminism and Boston’s underground music. Borne out of a kick-ass female friendship, this zine aspires to create an inclusive creative space for people of all genders, races, sexualities and backgrounds who are interested in a more forward-thinking art community. Submissions and inquiries can be made at firstname.lastname@example.org. Full issues can be read online at issuu.com/basementbabes.
Proceeds from every zine goes to women’s charities.
GAMBA Zine is a provocative new literary magazine created to inspire passion and thoughtfulness outside the politics of mainstream publication, founded by Melissa Gurney and Christoph Carr.
Sarah Nicholls is a visual artist who makes pictures with language, books with pictures, prints with type, and animations with words. She often uses found language and metal type, combining image, visual narrative, and time. She has written a collection of self-help aphorisms, publishes a series of informational pamphlets, and is currently working on a field guide to extinct birds.
Photos Above: Sculpture by Chris Marshall, Fashion by Reciclagem by Tamara Leacock, Modeled by Jennifer Stepanyk and Adriana Jones, Masks and Photography by Lavinia Roberts.