HELIOPOLIS PROUDLY PRESENTS STRUCTURES OF FEELING //Painting, video, haptics.// An exhibition featuring SANDRA SITRON and TED KENNEDY with special guests CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MINOTAUR (in the Annex) Curated by RACHAEL RAKES and LEO GOLDSMITH OPENING: FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8, 7-10pm CLOSING: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24. from curator Rachael Rakes: For this show, (and we
Heliopolis Project Presents: the golden green selves of lewis rist (an autobiography prepared for the soul's delight) if words are the wrist then music's the perfume -Little Wings "Stop Listening, Glenn Gould." -Own Face, Clark Coolidge recent works by Colter Jacobsen artist-in-residence at Heliopolis January 9 -26 2013 viewing
Sarada Rauch It's a bag full of snakes and chocolate through December 23rd, 2012 Novella Gallery 164 Orchard Street (Lower East Side) New York, 10002 Exit Strata is pleased to invite you to visit It’s a bag full of snakes and chocolate, Sarada Rauch’s first solo exhibition with
The paintings and drawings of Georgia Elrod invite poetry -- or perhaps they are poetry? -- in so far as in transmuting experience into visual form, they perform the inverse maneuver: asking more questions even as they answer the ancient riddle,
ART : HELIOPOLIS PROUDLY PRESENTS :: DO IT AWAKE! (on Mysterious Mountain) :: EMMA CORRALL / MOLLIE MCKINLEY / ELIZA SWANN
Ripe For Pleasure on Mysterious Mountain - TRAILER from Bride of Fire on Vimeo. "The mountains got tired / Of sitting amongst a sleeping audience" - Hafiz Awesome Creators : Heliopolis Project continues to inspire with DO
[caption id="attachment_791" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="HELIOPOLIS presents The Industrious Revolution, May 2010"][/caption] The Heliopolis Project is a storefront gallery and project space in Greenpoint, Brooklyn NY dedicated to fostering a dialogue across all disciplines of making. Founded in 2010 by Eliza Swann and Jason Grabowski, Heliopolis has recently expanded. Collaboratively run, its members now include Bill Abdale, Georgia Elrod, Baris Gokturk, Leo Goldsmith, Rachel Rakes, Sarada Rauch and Andy Wolf. The first show curated by the new members was Soft Opening, March 9th-April 11th, 2012. The space was established to support artists with experiments in literature and art and to foster interdisplinary and translocal dialogues by hosting poets and artists in residence from around the US. As the economy and art market plummeted in the past few years a tightly knit arts community emerged that granted themselves authority over their own work and gave each other mutual permission and support to pursue an alternative way of thinking about the purpose and formal nature of art.