Meet the artist and join Locust Projects in celebrating the opening of Cristine's Secret Garden! Refreshments provided by our friends at Concrete Beach Brewery.
Locust Projects is proud to present Cristine's Secret Garden, an expansive new body of work contained within a site-specific installation by Miami and Toronto-based artist Cristine Brache.
Meet the artists and join Locust Projects in celebrating the opening of Outage! Refreshments provided by our friends at Concrete Beach Brewery.
Philadelphia-based artists Jennifer Levonian and Eva Wylie are collaborating on a new video installation utilizing Levonian's signature cut paper animation technique, which incorporates deftly rendered watercolors into short films that wryly depict prescient social narratives and Eva Wylie's unique printmaking techniques.
Levonian combines documentary and fiction as she crafts her wry and witty storylines, often relying on documentary-style interviews with protagonists so that their voices live through the characters she creates. Levonian paints the elements of each scene before cutting out particular pieces and moving them frame-by-frame during the laborious filming process.
Wylie's unique graphic dance juxtaposes organic and synthetic imagery, to create enigmatic work with a signature iconography that intimates how humanity and its detritus merge in both familiar and unexpected encounters.
Join Locust Projects and ArtCenter/ South Florida for a conversation with Helen Molesworth, independent curator and former Chief Curator at The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles.
Most recently chief curator at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Helen Molesworth has also served as Barbara Lee Chief Curator at Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, head of the Department of Modern and Contemporary Art at Harvard Art Museum, and curator of contemporary art at Baltimore Museum of Art.
Her exhibits include group exhibitions “One Day at a Time: Manny Farber and Termite Art,” “Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College 1933-1957,” “This Will Have Been: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980s,” and photographs by Moyra Davey and ACT UP NY: “Activism, Art, and the AIDS Crisis 1987-1993;” solo shows by Catherine Opie, Josiah McElheny and Amy Sillman; and “Part Object Part Sculpture,” which examined the influence of Marcel Duchamp’s erotic objects.
Molesworth has written for Artforum, Art Journal, Documents and October among others. A recipient of the Bard Center for Curatorial Studies Award for Curatorial Excellence, she is currently writing a book of essays about art, love and freedom.