Quieter Places On view July 20 to October 18, 2018
Noon to 9PM
182 Driggs, Ave.
Brooklyn, NY “I’m fine,” he offered, wryly. It was not so much a story about hitchhiking across the country as about the vulnerabilities that emerge in the course of a journey, intimate horizons that demand the negotiation of how much one can bear to feel. Horizons connect the works on display, at times literal, at times a playful gesture or an inside joke. Quie
Jugo del cuerpo (October 25, 2015) At Harbor gallery until December 5th. It was the soft fluorescence that first caught my attention as I approached the back room. Was it going to be more sensual? More seedy than I had imagined? But the collective exhibition Jugo del cuerpo had more to do with home than brothel. More to do with the situatedness of the body than with bodily excess. It felt like being in someone else’s house. Being in someone’s kitchen, smelling their cooking,