a retrospective of selected art from the 2010 cha north residency
My thoughts became of little worth, and my sensibilities grew as arid as a tuft of moss, (a thing whose life is
in the shade, the rain, or the noontide dew), crumbling in the sunshine, after long expectance of a shower. So,
with my heart full of drowsy pleasure , and cautious not to dissipate my mood by previous intercourse with
any one, I hurried away, and was soon pacing a wood-path, arched overhead with boughs, and dusky brown
beneath my feet.
217 East 42nd Street
New York, NY
February 14 - 28, 2011
Hours: 1-7pm, Wednesday-Saturday
Please join us for this residency reunion/art opening on February 14
musical performance by Sara Bouchard
Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Sara Bouchard performs her new song cycle "The News: Monday - Friday" on guitar, mandolin and autoharp. Composed in five consecutive days, the song cycle borrows its words from daily newspaper clippings which Bouchard has poetically recontextualized into a narrative of a community's struggle with spirituality after being uprooted by a natural disaster.
Performance/reading by Brook Stephenson (and crew):
"It takes a nation of millions to hold us back"
Excerpted from the maturation of moses jones
Curated by Veronica Kavass
Emily Bolevice // Aneikit Bonnel // Sara Bouchard // Murray Dwertmann // Yuko Oda // Cosme Herrera // Stephen Holding // Elias Melad // Brandon Neubauer // Suko Presseau // Ryan Schneider // Eliza Stamps // Brook Stephenson // Linsey Wallace // Christine Wang // Seldon Yuan