An Installation by Anne Sherwood Pundyk
Installation by Anne Sherwood Pundyk
Opening Reception, Wednesday, December 19, 2012, 6:00 to 8:00 pm
Featuring remarks by Harriet Shugarman, environmental activist and Climate Mama founder.
The MAve Hotel
62 Madison Avenue (at 27th Street)
New York, NY 10016
December 1, 2012 – January 31, 2013
Visible from the street 24/7
Transitional states, temporary structures and a shifting sense of time and space are the properties of a rented world. For this installation three large, gestural paintings create a self-supporting triangular prism. An inverted sky blue triangle is hand painted directly on the back wall of the exposed glass salon. On the floor, blue gravel forms a skewed triangle illuminated by raking light. Above the other elements a video montage loops on the ceiling. This flow of images replicates the free association of a changing state of mind, and, in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the changing state of our city and of our world.
This project is generously sponsored by The MAve Hotel; project lighting is generously provided by Frost/Productions; and Printed-Methods provided support for signage and printed promotional materials.