CITY SIGHTS: Finding the science-art in New York-area art exhibitions
by Julia Buntaine, Editor-in-Chief
"The Botanist's Mime" solo exhibition by Karen Azoulay
Greenpoint, Brooklyn NY
July 7th, 2016
Inspired by "floriography," the Victorian-era language of flowers, Azoulay revives this historical tradition in her work through exhaustive research and unique, surreal combinations.
Tiger Strikes Asteroid
"Field Studies" a group exhibition curated by Andrew Prayzner and Naomi Reis, featuring the work of Terry Adkins, Emilie Clark, Zachary Fabri, Rachel Frank, Matthew Jensen, Julia Oldham and Lina Puerta.
Bushwick, Brooklyn NY
July 8th-August 7th, 2016
Inspired by the hands-on approach of relating to nature, these artists span from making Mark Dion-esque collections to creating dance with industrial landscape dust to mimicking insect bodily behavior to manipulating the natural forces of chemistry as a studio practice.
All installation images courtesy of Julia Buntaine
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