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Sun, Oct 5, 2014 5:00pm –

Tatiana Pagés Gallery
2605 Frederick Douglas Blvd
New York, NY

Tatiana Pagés Gallery

Sense of Place

Sense of Place is part of 'Hyperplace Harlem' ( an arts festival that will happen from the 4th of October to the 6th of October.

Featuring: Anthony J Locane, Dominique Wohrer, Carla Perez-Gallardo, Tamara Gayer and Origomu by Tatiana Pagés.

Anthony J Locane

Creates a window into the relationships in his life; people, locations and memories. Combining traditional weaving with new digital technology, his innovative digital woven art is a blend of interpretive digital photography, painting and drawing woven together into a fabric of new ideas.

Dominique Wohrer

I like the doing more than the done; my creatings more tan my created. I need objects as levers, as enablers. I find them in the residue of the process of my work. I reuse, repaint, resize, reshape. Step by step my paintings are shreds of shadows, byproducts of actions and occluded signs inspired by cellular senescence.

Carla Perez-Gallardo

For Hyperplace Harlem, Carla Perez-Gallardo will be installing Plastic, Paper, wood, an immersive self-camouflaging environment that fuses natural and artificial materials and acts as host for her embedded body.

Tamara Gayer

I’ve been toying with notions of the multiple invisible guidelines we use to navigate the city fluidly for some time. My personal “Hyperplace” is the crash site of individual quirks and societal responsibilities. For this project I will use ‘lo-fi’ digitally derived, commercial sign-making technologies installed on the windows of Tatiana Pagés Gallery at Frederick Douglass Blvd and 139th Street. The Sign, which covers the windows, is viewable in its entirety from the outside. The images are a recombination of City College as seen from the bottom of St. Nicholas Park and images of the violence spanning the globe this past summer. By mixing inside and out, here and away, I hope to see where we draw lines of belonging, testing and perceived sympathies.