Bricolage, curated by Patricia Miranda, opens at Rockland Center for the Arts January 19th, 2014
Tinkers, Artists, Innovators: Bricolage at Rockland Center for the Arts West Nyack, NY
January 19 - March 30, 2014
Opening Reception Sunday January 19, 2-5pm
Curated by Patricia Miranda
Featuring Nancy Bowen, Marnie Hillsey and Simon Draper of Habitat for Artists, Chris Kaczmarek, Tamiko Kawata, Maria Michails, andRebecca Mushtare.
These artists' works are made from unexpected materials to participatory installations of sound, art and science. All utilize materials in unusual ways and cross disciplines to serve art, creativity and community. These artists look at the discarded and mundane detritus of consumer culture and imagine a better world.
Bricolage invites us to explore how art helps us think differently and even offers solutions to challenges through creative innovation and ingenuity.
- Chris Kaczmarek, Bent Panda
BRICOLAGE Reception Performance with Alpha-Bit January 19, 3:30pm FREE
ALPHA-BIT is an evolving group of visual, performance and sound artists from the New York City and Lower Hudson area who will use scratch built electronic and circuit bent instruments created by Chris Kaczmarek in this special performance. You don't want to miss this!
Performers include: Chris Kaczmarek, Jennifer Perry Shingelo, Steven Lam, Greg Beise, David Wohl