“In contrast to the body, embodiment is contextual, enmeshed within the specifics of place, time, physiology, and culture, which together compose enactment. Embodiment never coincides exactly with ‘the body,’ however that normalized concept is understood.” N. Katherine Hayles, How We Became Posthuman, p. 196. Inspired by David Cronenberg’s classic films Videodrome and eXistenZ, and the writings of N. Katherine Hayles, The New Flesh explores a […]

The New Flesh 06/19/2021

Outside/Outsider Artists confronting Mental Illness an exhibition in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month Curated by Karen Gormandy & Issa Ibrahim Outside/Outsider will be on view at Local Project from May 21 through June 13, 2021. The exhibition is organized in conjunction with LIC-A and Local Project in recognition of Mental Health Awareness month. The exhibition features work by an array of artists with a lived […]

Outside/Outsider – Group Show 05/21/21

LUMINA May 1 – 16, 2021 Opening Reception May 1, 6-9pm Closing reception May 16, 12-4pm Gallery hrs Friday – Sunday 12-6pm, and by appointment at tristenartist@gmail.com Local Project Art Space is pleased to present LUMINA, a group exhibition of site specific installations curated by Tristen Demmett. Lumina interprets the multitude of ways light can be created and utilized by means of projection in dialogue […]

LUMINA – Group Show 05/01/2021

BOULEVARD OF GHOST New works by Dylan Musler in collaboration with Noelle de la Paz and Yasmin Adele Majeed March 6 -14, 2021 Opening Saturday March 6 12pm. Noelle de la Paz, Yasmin Adele Majeed, and Dylan Musler came together in 2020 to create a dialogue through poetry and painting that explored the saga of the borough of Queens, New York, both in times of […]

Dylan Musler – Boulevard of Ghosts 03/04/2021

Domestic Anxieties New works by Emily Bicht November 30 – December 19 , 2020 Opening Reception Saturday December 5, 2020 5-8pm The domestic space is a recurring stage for my work. Home (especially now) is where we spend most of our lives, where we should feel safe and secure, where we eat and sleep and engage in the messiness of life. Home ownership is increasingly […]

Emily Bicht: Domestic Anxieties 11/30/2020