Part 1 March 31 – April 16, 2017 (2017 3/31-4/16)
Part 2 April 21 – May 7, 2017 (2017 4/21-5/7)
Featured Artists 참여작가:
Part 1: Peter Abrami, Pierre Ajavon, M. Sylwia Budzynska, Matthew Conboy, Molly Valentine Dierks, Julia Filipchuk, Stephanie Garon, Lei Han, Aaron Higgins, Wednesday Kim, Michael Koerner, Marina Koureli, Tuba Koymen, Ilonamarja Laine, Paul Lorenz, Eric Mack, Udit Mahajan, Beverly Ostrowiecki, Karolina Pach, Irene Pouliassi, Joe Strickland, Myriam Thyes, Anastasios Veloudis, Menthe Wells, Tanya Ziniewicz
Part 2: Jo Birdwell, Jackie Brown, Shuvashis Das, Sari Fishman, Rick Fox, Wendy Kawabata, 김기섭, Soomeen Kim 김수민, Kristin Kozlowski, Piotr Krysiak, 이성준, Imke Lohmann, Jonathan Moss, Kate Hooray Osmond, Hyunsung Park 박현성, John Richey, Andrew Lui Robinson, Danielle Salvadori, Jason Shin, s/n (Jennida & Hassan), Gábor Szűcs, Masaaki Watanabe, Chong Yanhong, 양지훈, Xiaoqing Zhu
Opening: 7 January 2017 , 20:00-23:00
From 7 January to 2 February 2017
A solo exhibition stating that the human mental state is limited by the form and matter of our flesh.Our nature projected on a parallel universe where the body is being dematerialized and remains “the being”.Being aware of the existence of this parallel universe, does not imply that we know exactly and what it really is .Thus creating a myth and a human reflection of our mind. One deny the fact that our own existence is lost and bound into a single point “ alone in the unfeeling immensity of the universe, out of which one emerged only by chance” and we project our flesh as a material limit.From unit to entirety and from this point to the landscape,Sarkothymia presents the matter entering vicious circle in which our egocentric nature refuses to accept. Subtle forms are transformed within the limits of the human mind and the viewer is left with an epitaph of our actual physical substance. A narrative derive from Osteotopia, Irene’s Pouliassi personal visual narrative medium of expression that presents an artistic view to decay and the narration of time of the human body, as well as a symbol of an existential identity.
Irene Pouliassi have been selected to International Art fair Mini Castra 2016 in Lokarjeva Gallery, Slovenia. The selected Artworks: Fe(OH) people, Part of human landscapes series that visualize anatomy as microscopical storyboards and connect factual ideas of human existence as part of a natural order. Their narrative contracted of different matter with entropy as its common denominator.