Inter-Dimensional Ports of Whatsoever
We are witnesses of our changing histories throughout the globe. Relocation and migration experiences inform who we are and how we see the world. The places that we have called home and the new experiences these locations bring reveal personal truths. There is a place which lies in-between the old and the new; expanding our visions and sense of placement. New perspectives and dimensions are brought into our lives through this lens of personal truth.
This eclectic exhibit brings together thirty + works from nineteen New England based artists. Abstract, landscape and figurative manifestations in traditional and multimedia works reference the inter-dimensions through migration, sci-fi, post apocalyptic and inner cosmos points of departure. The exhibition features a rich cross-section of works across various mediums—with drawings, paintings, installation, sculpture and video. Programing includes an artist talk, performance and public interactive piece.
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 26, 2017 5:30 – 7:30PM
Closing Reception Performance, Artist/Curator Talk: Saturday, March 25, 2017, 2-7PM Performance by Jesse Kaminsky and Public Interactive piece by William Chambers Public Interactive piece by William Chambers: 2-5PM
Curator/Artist Talk: 5PM
Screening and Performance by Jesse Kaminsky: 6PM
Artists in the exhibition:
Ann Hirsch & Jeremy Angier, Aaron Brodeur, Beverly Sky, Casey Stanberry, C. J. Lori, Colleen Donovan, Frantz Bernard Lexy, Jarrett Min Davis, Jean Ormaza, Jeremy Hetherington, Jesse Kaminsky, Madeline Zappala, Mario Kon, Mea Duke, Mike Knives, Sammy Chong, Warren Stred, and William Chambers.
About the guest curator:
Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez is an independent curator, artist and organizer based in Providence, Boston and San Juan. She is currently Curator at Leica Gallery Boston, Assistant Programmer at MassArt Film Society and Board Member of the Dirt Palace. Vázquez Rodríguez studied Painting and Photography at the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, and Photography and Film at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
The Gallery at Atlantic Wharf is open daily to the public from 7 am to 10 pm, and is located at 290 Congress Street, Boston, MA, 02201.
FPAC website www.fortpointarts.org
About The Gallery at Atlantic Wharf
The Fort Point Arts Community programs The Gallery at Atlantic Wharf at 290 Congress Street with support from Boston Properties.
About Fort Point Arts Community (FPAC)
The Fort Point Arts Community, Inc. of South Boston (FPAC) is a non-profit community organization founded in 1980. FPAC’s mission is to promote the work of our artists to a broad and diverse audience; to preserve the artists community in the Fort Point Channel area; to ensure the continuance of permanent, affordable studio space; to build community; and to increase the visibility of the arts in Fort Point.
Fort Point is home to over 300 artists who produce work in a wide array of media. It is recognized as one of New England’s largest artists’ communities. The historic warehouse buildings of Fort Point house painters, photographers, sculptors, designers, ceramicists, performance artists, jewelers, book artists, digital media artists, and more.