Return to Forum

MORPH exhibition opening at Fowler Arts Collective. Sat., Feb 16 from 7-9pm

Fowler Arts Collective

Sep 2010

Original Post

Posted on:
January 28, 2013
Posted in:
Art News

Fowler Arts Collective is pleased to present Morph, a group exhibition curated by Alicia DeBrincat and Jade Yumang of eleven artists working in the mediums of photography, sculpture, performance, installation, video, and painting.

Morph investigates the body as a conduit for different artistic and theoretical strategies, revealing the body’s role in comprehending our sense of self. Working across diverse mediums, these artists approach the body as raw material. They adapt it at will in order to explore identity, gender, religion, technology, disease, and the body’s role within the social matrix. The body is reduced to nothing more permanent than a modifiable facade, which can be constantly changed and morphed to resist or compliment outside forces.

Some of the exhibiting artists are collaborative duo Sara Jimenez and Kaitlynn Redell who encapsulate and perform “inbetweenness” as a space where identity is fluidly determined with other bodies and the environment through their video performance Negotiating Bounds. In her new painting series, Post-Medical Eden, Alicia DeBrincat explores and captures fleeting occurrences where bodies willfully deviate from the norm and seek out modes of interaction while opening up a generative space of play, exploration, and resistance to societal mandates. In NRML, JIT Real (Tara Long, Jarrod Kentrell, and Yamil Rodriguez) exploits and defies aesthetic hedonism and pop culture as the trio gender bends their way through a concoction of music, visuals, construction, and performance, hypnotizing audiences to a chaotic trance. The rest of the exhibiting artists are: Dalal Ani, Dean Dempsey, Lavar Munroe, Kreerath Sunittramat,and Jade Yumang.  

Please join us for Morph's opening reception on Saturday, Feb. 16th from 7-9 pm. The exhibition will be on view from February 11th to 28th, 2013, and can be viewed by appointment. Contact us here to make an appointment. For more information on the artists, go here:

Fowler is located in the historic Greenpoint Terminal building on the East River waterfront in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The closest subway is the Greenpoint Ave. G train stop. Our address is: 67 West Street, Unit 216, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Log-in to :