This month, after a few weeks of complete surrender we launched Thursdays – a series of window performances for a single household audience – designed for our times. We’ve created numerous window performances since 2010, each version approached the window differently, suggested it serves as a different offering. Although a window would separate us I’m celebrating not giving up on being personal.
by Damali Abrams It has taken me a week to write this. Everything seems to be going in slow motion. This year one of…
The work I do is intertwined with who I am, and how I can grow and evolve in my relationships on all levels. I work towards finding and expressing a certain appealing aesthetic that encourages female and queer empowerment, opening door for anyone towards healing, self expression, freedom and love. My practice is an invitation to respect and relate to nature.
I began enjoying my time by taking out the pressure of producing artwork, that pressure of being an artist in fast pace New York and started experiencing the benefits of slowing down. I started a list of body movement protocols, even a list of my favorite words, phrases and idioms, and anything else I somehow felt the urge to (re-)structure.
i am learning to surrender to rest a bit better too, which provides space for my vivid visions and nighttime dreams to bring me scenes + information about my ancestors, present relationships, and more. i work to address my history of codependence. i learn more deeply about practicing boundaries. i feel that the rest of 2020 is being laid out for millions of people to learn the beauty of a slowed down life even as scary things unfold around us.
by Jaguar Maryphoto Bryan Phillips I’m coping with being alive, as a human being in this moment and time by finding an odd pleasure…
The famous critic Jerry Saltz has expressed his fears that whole sectors of the art industry, in particular the ones composed of low-income artists, gallerists, and writers, might simply be wiped out. Yet, creative professionals are finding new ways to show and display their talents, and this time, it is women who are primarily doing the innovating.
I continuously reflected about the separation from my family and culture, and the idea of not living together—dying apart from each other—they in Spain and me in the States, became central to my work. Instead of putting paint on the canvas, one day I began to cover my body with it.