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Tek-Tanik
September 11 - October 9,2009
Opening Reception: Sunday, September 13, 1-4p.m.

Featured Artists: Kate Bonner, Tammy Renee Brackett, Kyle Coniglio, Lisa Di Donato, Lisa Elmaleh, Dahlia Elsayed, Jacob Galle, Michelle Levante, Patick Millard, Stephen Mishol, Matthew Nicolosi, Joan Pamboukes, K. Shelton, Dmitry Strakovsky, Emma Wilcox, Sue Zwick
Evonne Davis, Guest Curator

The idea behind this exhibit is influenced by an appreciation for Charles Darwin, Kiki Smith, Noam Chomsky, Andy Goldsworthy, Robert Smithson, e.e. cummings and others.

Tek-Tanik will attempt to explore the relationship between our physical environments and our emotional/psychological environments. Where we are physically has a great deal of impact on how we feel and identify on many levels, short term and long term. This exhibit will deal with issues of environmental health and relates those issues to health of community and spirit.

Questions asked will include: How do we create and recreate ourselves around our spaces? Does the shape of our internal lives reflect the literal shape of the structures that surround us? What impact has the wealth of technological advancement made on our thought/emotion processing?

Often we are unable to analyze an event or experience until we occupy a changed space giving us distance not only linearly but physically from the event we try to understand. As our environment changes so do we. We adapt to changes large and small.”

– Statement by Evonne Davis, Guest Curator


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