REPOPULATIONS: New Horizons is the second iteration of the Climate Week-inspired exhibition series REPOPULATIONS which focuses on environmentally-themed subjects and takes place yearly during the summer and early fall months. Curated by Daniela Holban, this exhibition is part of the larger NOoSPHERE Arts’ WE ARE NATURE Series: art events that make full use of the unique stage setting of the Kingsland Wildflowers bird sanctuary at Broadway Stages in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, to engage a diverse audience in environmental efforts through art.
REPOPULATIONS: New Horizons brings together a group of contemporary artists to reflect and discuss environmentally-focused themes, the state of the world today, and new conceptions of the future. The exhibition will focus on female-identifying and non-binary artists, in an attempt to construct visions of the power of creation + destruction and metaphorically reclaim sacred spaces for the priestess archetype. This temporary environment will be used for reflection, meditation, and celebration of nature, humanity, and inspiration, a place meant to contemplate how we will build a new world after the pandemic: the epoch-defining event of our time. The exhibition will present site-specific installations, immersive sound experiences, video, sculpture, and 2D works and will occupy Last Frontier NYC and parts of the Kingsland Wildflowers Rooftops.
Isabel Beavers ~ Sarah E. Brook ~ Sabrina Barrios ~ Beatriz Chachamovits ~ Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow ~ Rachel Frank ~ Jodie Mim Goodnough ~ Valerie Hallier ~ Deborah Jack ~ Cheryl Maeder ~ Virginia Luna Montgomery ~ Aradhita Parasrampuria ~ Valincy-Jean Patelli ~ Daniela Gomez Paz ~ María-Elena Pombo ~ Ásdís Sif ~ Asia Sztencel ~ Whitney Vangrin ~ Alex Wolkowicz
Repopulations: New Horizons, a group site-specific exhibition curated by Daniela Holban, focused on environmental reflection will be on view to October 23, 2022 at 520 Kingsland Avenue, Greenpoint, Brooklyn. An Opening Reception will be held on Friday, September 30th from 6-9pm.
The exhibition is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC); NOoSPHERE Arts; and Broadway Stages.