Art on the Mind

Hey New Yorkers, tonight (11/20) at ABC No Rio is the opening reception of Collect, Store, Retrieve, an exploration of … Continued

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Hey New Yorkers, tonight (11/20) at ABC No Rio is the opening reception of Collect, Store, Retrieve, an exploration of the “mechanics, makeup, fallibility, and plasticity of memory.” The show is curated by Brian George and Kelly Savage and is funded in part with support from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts. Brian had this to say about it:

The artists delivered and came up with quite diverse concepts including loss, frustration with trying to remember something unsuccessfully, the relationship between memory and things, the fading and mis-remembering of memory over time and much more. Mediums represented in the show include illustration, cut paper, photography, painting, bookbinding and sequential art._

Collect, Store, Retrieve will be up until December 10, and features artwork by Brian George, Kelly Savage, Mónica Félix, Michelle Harvey, Carla Hernandez, and myself. Tonight’s reception begins at 7pm. Hope to see you there!

(Via ABC No Rio)

For more of the above, check out my other comic, Sufficiently Remarkable, a story about learning the hard way that you’re always coming of age. Updates Mondays and Fridays.

You can also learn more about the intersection of art and science over at Mad Art Lab, where Brian is a regular contributor.

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Illustration by Brian George