Stop by Sideshow in Williamsburg this week and check out “Unclaimed Space,” the 2014 University of Connecticut MFA exhibition featuring work by Micah Cash, Julia DePinto, Jared Holt, Shane Morrissey and Reagen Elizabeth O’Reigaekn.
On Sunday, May18, from 3-5 pm, we'll be presenting and discussing Sonetto, a collaborative book launched last fall in our MFA seminar. Each artist contributed ten to fifteen pages that reference the sonnet, a challenging poetic form in which fourteen lines of rhyming iambic pentameter are used to develop a dialectical construct.
[Image at top: Installation view of "Unclaimed Space" at the William Benton Museum in Storrs, Connecticut. Paintings by Micah Cash, and sculpture by Shane Morrissey.]
Jared Holt makes machines that create hard-to-read text.
Julia DePinto's oversized prints
Shane Morrissey's sculpture in foreground, Micah Cash's photographs on the wall in the back.
Micah Cash paints the landscapes around dams and bridges.
"Unclaimed Space: Micah Cash, Julia DePinto, Jared Holt, Shane Morrissey and Reagen Elizabeth O’Reigaekn," Sideshow, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY. May 16 through June 8, 2014. Please join us for a book presentation on Sunday, May 18, 3 pm. Free and open to the public.
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