Folding Time

December 24, 2014 admin 0

In Ruin 2012 In Ruin was a process-based installation which involved the creation and destruction of a wall painting and the reformulation of the material into sculptural elements. The element and folding of time was […] […]

Balance Beam – Movement in Art

August 22, 2014 Editor 0

Artist Ryan Frank blurs the boundaries between sculpture, photography and performance with his handsomely finished wooden boxes. To view the exhibition move through the large-scale objects, climb over, under and around them, look up and […] […]

Queer Threads

January 28, 2014 admin 2

My work explores gender permissions and the challenges that arise from straying from the prescribed norms. It questions the qualities of gender by considering what constitutes masculine and feminine. It critiques stereotypical gender mediums by […] […]

Aleksandra Ska

November 26, 2013 Aleksandra Ska 0

Aleksandra Ska, a Polish artist currently living in New York City as an artist-in-residence at Triangle in Dumbo, presents a challenging oeuvre of visual work that traverses the boundaries between feminist critique, social commentary and […] […]

Christine Laquet

November 26, 2013 Christine Laquet 0

Christine Laquet’s varied practice spans the disciplines of photography, sculpture, installation, and performance, offering multiple conceptual frameworks in which to consider her stunning productions. A viewer coming to her work will find a bewildering array […] […]


August 23, 2012 Aakash Nihalani 2

Aakash Nihalani is fast becoming recognized as one of the US’s most striking emerging installation artists. Celebrated for his ephemeral modifications of the urban landscape, the young Brooklyn-based tape specialist wields an abstract narrative of […] […]