Ocean by Khin Aung Aye.
ငါ့ မင္း ဆီ လာ ခဲ့ ဘို႕ လ ေပါင္း ၆၀၀ ေက်ာ္ အ ခ်ိန္ ယူ ခဲ့ ရ တယ္
ေရာက္ လာ ေတာ့ ေ က်ာက္ ေဆာင္ တန္း တ ခ်ိဳ႕ နဲ႕ လ တ ျခမ္း သာ သာ ရယ္......
ခင္ ေအာင္ ေအး
Monday, May 20, 2013
Saturday May 25th - Sunday June 23rd
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 25th 6-8pm
Curated by Aimee Hertog
In the Main Gallery
"Toxicity" presents the work of artists who deal with toxicity, in physical as well as societal manifestations, as a contemporary condition. Numerous poisons produced in laboratories cause distress, disease and death, with proliferation causing the world to live in a perpetual state of toxicity (and anxiety). Humanity is increasingly endangered by the consequences of out-of-control patriarchal power as well as corporate and personal greed that has emerged from the “money-to-be-made” by inflicting misery on society. As an example, in the future governments may regulate home gardens, keeping individuals from harvesting their own seeds so that “food” corporations can take over the world’s food supply with products that have been shown to cause organ failure and infertility as well as cancer. Our bodies are a battleground in the struggle to maintain our physical and mental health. The seven artists selected for the exhibition “Toxicity” utilize various media including sculpture, painting, photography, installation and performance to present diverse views on the subject of toxicity in both its mental and physical manifestations. The goal of each artist is to expose the toxicity that humanity must confront daily and to bring increased attention to the cataclysmic conditions in which we live.
Debra Friedkin, Max Glaser, Aimee Hertog, April Zanne Johnson, Robin M. Jordan, Greg Leshé and Ventiko
PERFORMANCE BY "SYLVIA DEAN AND ME" DURING RECEPTION.