Daniel Hourdé, Zachari Logan, Nicolas Spinosa
Exhibition Dates: 05.06.-10.07.2010
Friday, 4th June 2010 from 8-11 pm
Werkstattgalerie, Eisenacher Straße 6 , D-10777 Berlin
Phone: +49.30.21002158, Web: www.werkstattgalerie.orgMail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Opening Hours: Tu-Fr 12-8 pm, Sa 12-6 pm
The contemporary exhibit, curated by Lorena La Grassa, will be on view from Sunday June 6 –through Saturday July 10th at the New Jersey Arts Incubator Gallery located in its new space at 495 Prospect Avenue, Essex Green on the Courtyard. Just ‘follow the art’ down the walkway to the AMC Cinema entrance and turn right at the beautiful new mural. Meet the artists at a reception Sunday, June 6th from 4pm – 8pm.
Open Saturday and Sunday 1pm to 5pm and by appointment.
The peripheral field is a portion of our visual perception, part of the visual field that is not at the center of gaze. A space that is often lost in the path of our lines of focus/attention. The Peripheral Field exhibit challenges artists to use photography or photography techniques, installation and video art to reveal the aspect of this lost reality. Emphasizing the idea of a dimension that lays on the border of the non-existence within the perception of our life. Artists investigate this subject literally, as a personal matter, perhaps as an analogy for a social issue, or even as a paradox.
Artists showing in Peripheral Field include Robert Lach, Robert Pre, Robert Greco, Robert Langdon, Bill Westeimer. Terry Boddie, Elaine Schenkel, Paul Jach, Jen Somma, Kevin Cooke, Andrea De Felice, Heidi Sussman, Stan Sudol, Rebecca Major and Lorena La Grassa.