August 9th, 8 pm - 11 pm Performances by Human Shield, Sandix Servat, Michael DiPietro, Pedro Jiminez and Lena Hawkins, Jason Tschantre, Jacob Cohen and Uniska Wahalo Kano, and Ariel Wolf-Burlesque, with an experimental dance film by Ye Taik and the Black Sheep, and an installation by Andrea Burgay.
Deep Water, Deep Water
November 16 – 22: 3-6pm daily.
Opening Reception: November 15. Doors at 7pm, performance begins at 8:30pm
Deep Water, Deep Water employs images, objects, and words to process, examine, and experience ecstatic aloneness.
I remember standing inside a chapel made of dead monks’ bones, so silent and clean, and marveling at its beauty, unaffected and unafraid. I know there was once a time when I could say that no one I loved had died, and it seems funny to remember, to think that such a time existed at all. When death did come for him, it wasn’t silent or clean. The end was loud, before and after.
Deep Water, Deep Water is concerned with this process of becoming a lone thing, the person left to live behind and stay beyond, to outlast the other. Using remembered spaces and places as points of entry, the exhibition narrates this experience of a life holding loss in both visual and verbal modes. Alisha Monypenny is a painter, maker, storyteller, and collector. In conjunction with the exhibition, Monypenny will perform a reading from her catalog of images and prose, Shudder Hum, which will be made available for perusal and purchase.