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Other life forms
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Williamsburg Art & Historical Center March 19 - April 17, 2011 Opening Saturday, March 19. 6-8pm performances by Tamar Ettun and Dan Herschlein Other Life Forms, a group exhibition of New York based and international artists, organized by Kate Scherer and Andres Bedoya, opens Saturday, March 19 at the Williamsburg Art & Historical Center in New York. The exhibition brings together work that describes a particular intersection of sculpture and performance. Our daily motions find expression in our bodies, so that we literally perform whatever rote, whatever fantastic accumulates there. The exhibition reflects attitudes mediated by the body, its representations and behaviors. Based in performance and sculpture yet spanning video, photography and installation, the works in this show probe the material evidence of amplified experience, representing loud and fragile efforts to pulse a signal, transport a touch. Coinciding with the exhibition will be video and performance events on Saturday, April 9 and Sunday, April 17. The WAH Center is housed in a New York landmark, formerly Kings County Savings Bank built in 1867, and provides a unique venue for artists to present their work. Participating Artists: Andres Bedoya Jake Borndal Andy Coolquitt Debo Eilers Tamar Ettun Julio Gonzales Dan Herschlein Michele O’Marah Ariana Page Russell Lior Shvil Rona Yefman Organizers: Andres Bedoya co-founded Brooklyn Is Burning, an event series which showcased the work of nearly 100 artists from around the world and took place in New York City from 2008-2010. Kate Scherer is an artist/facilitator living and working in New York.

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