Lichtundfire’s “PENDULUM OF TIME | Measuring Infinite Movement in Space – Part II” SHOW
With Macyn Bolt, Leslie Ford, Sallie Strand, Martin Weinstein and Gina Werfel.
Concept by Priska Juschka
A group exhibition with artists working in various media on visualizing/recording time by ways of their individual mediums and practices from Abstraction to Abstracted Representation.
• Exhibition Dates: March 12th – July 11th, 2020
• VIEWING & OUTDOOR RECEPTION: WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 2020 from 4 – 8 PM
Lichtundfire is proud to announce PENDULUM OF TIME, a group exhibition (originally by 6 artists from March thru June 2020, and going forward-) by 5 artists working in various media on visualizing/recording time by ways of their individual mediums and practices from abstraction to abstracted representation- incidentally taking place during the pandemic of Covid-19.
The exhibition, (initially planned for Mar 12- April 5, 2020) had been conceived during a different, although not so distant — time preceding the wave of Covid-19 infections in the US and in its March/ April epicenter New York City.
Its theme, originally an abstracted idea referencing, describing & measuring infinite movement in space, inadvertently seems to now solely point to the time and the reverberations by life lived during and in one of its epicenters of the pandemic.
Conceptually, the leitmotiv that connects all work in the exhibition across generations and of a wide range of artistic practices, is the underlying attempt of visually capturing an elusive, fleeting moment, or in other words — the value of time.Download Press Release
FEATURE in ART511 Magazine, Lemonade Art Fair Booth 201 (Online – April 2020) | Sponsored by VibeFIX (Linda DiGusta & Scotto Mycklebust)
“Conceptually, the leitmotiv that connects all work in the exhibition across generations and of a wide range of artistic practices, is the underlying attempt of visually capturing an elusive, fleeting moment, or in other words — the value of time.”
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Review by New York art writer Jonathan Goodman | Published in TUSSLE Magazine (May 2020)
“In ‘Pendulum of Time,’ we consequently see paintings that capitalize on our ability to suspend our disbelief and see their stilled motion as indicative of active movement, a story swinging like a pendulum from beginning to end, over a period of time. The show does this very well, indeed.”
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Lichtundfire: 175 Rivington Street, NY NY 10002
Contact: Priska Juschka, email@example.com, New Tel: 917-675-7835
· Tuesday to Saturday 12pm to 6pm