November 29-January 3
This art installation curated by Dorothy Palanza, who also is creating the central piece of the show, brings together work by various artists with the intention of bringing a different perspective of the ocean as an environment to exist in, where air space becomes water space that viewers walk through. A video/poem collaboration by Elizabeth Bradfield and Demet Taspinar will be part of the show. Bradfield is cuurently the Poet-in-Residence at Brandeis University. Demet’s work has been shown at Art Bosphorus, Canakkale Art Biennale in Turkey, and the Tate Modern in London.
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