Exhibition

show #47 : Deep Stretch

4 Jan 2018 – 17 Feb 2018

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Thursday
12:00 – 18:00
Friday
12:00 – 18:00
Saturday
12:00 – 18:00

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Free

Field Projects

New York
New York, United States

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show #47 : DEEP STRETCH
Curated by Sara Maria Salamone and Tyler Lafreniere (Mrs., NY)
Featuring: Caitlin Albritton, Dexter Ciprian, Dan Fig, Peter Hamlin, Lydia Pettit, Megan Stroech
Opening Reception: January 4th, 6pm
Dates: January 4th - February 17th

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Featuring: Caitlin Albritton, Dexter Ciprian, Dan Fig, Peter Hamlin, Lydia Pettit, Megan Stroech

Field Projects is pleased to present show #47 : DEEP STRETCH, a group exhibition curated by Sara Maria Salamone and Tyler Lafreniere of Mrs., NY, from our Winter Open Call.

The word stretch has a curious autologicality across its various classes.  As a verb, stretch can mean to be elastic or to be stretchy, as a fabric, or something more somatic.  Then, as a noun, still more physically solid like a long stretch of road.  The act of deep stretching can beneficially affects one’s mind, body and spirit.  A deep stretch can start your training to loosen your muscles and end your conditioning, to lengthen them.  Rewarding feelings of satisfaction arise as you lean into the burn.  Stretching has proven also to slow signs of aging and increase stamina thus directly affecting one’s stress energy levels.  A stretch can be meditative as seen in yogic practices; regular deep stretching can generate calm feelings, and improve both physical and mental balance.  A stretch can be a lean or a reach, not only physical, but mental or metaphorical.


Curated by Mrs., NY (Sara Maria Salamone and Tyler Lafreniere), Deep Stretch presents six artists working in painting and sculpture.  As in the stretches above, familiar scenes and patterns are subtly and slowly forced beyond a point of resistance.  A chair suspended, a figure in reflection placed impossibly behind us, a warping tumble into a tile floor.  The organic push/pull between the eye and the vision hold us in these works, until tensions succumb.

Curators

Tyler Lafreniere

Sara Maria Salamone

Exhibiting artists

Megan Stroech

Dan Fig

Caitlin Albritton

Dexter Ciprian

Lydia Pettit

Peter Hamlin

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