Nicelle Beauchene Gallery in New York is hosting Tide Fulcrum & The Motion of Fixed Stars, a solo exhibition by Brooklyn based artist Louise Despont, her drawings are composed of multiple lines, circles, triangles and hexagons that combine to build architectural constellations, hieroglyphic matrices and crystalline maps: a personal hermetic dictionary of esoteric cosmologies and knowledge systems.
Jessica Oreck is a filmmaker and an animal keeper at the American Museum of Natural History in NYC. She’s the founder of Myriapod Productions a production company with a focus on education and the exploration of natural sciences particularly in the ethnobiology field. Her prize-winning debut documentary Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo explores the history and mystery of the development of Japan’s love affair with bugs, while her latest film, Aatsinki, focuses the life of reindeer herders in Finnish Lapland. Jessica has recently started a new short film project, using paper cutouts and stop-motion animation, the delightful and informative Mysteries of the Vernacular, a serie about words etymology containing 26 installments, one for each letter of the alphabet. She preserves her independence through her participation in the wave of direct audience funding, collecting donations for the ongoing project on Vimeo and her website. Jessica is currently producing two new feature documentaries as well as several short animated science shows.
El Perro del Mar is the solo project of singer/songwriter Sarah Assbring from Gothenburg, Sweden. “Walk on by” is the first single taken from her new album “Pale Fire”, available through The Control Group (US), Memphis Industries (EU) and INGRID (Scandinavia) on 12th of November 2012.
Miami born and Los Angeles based artist Jen Stark is primarily known for her intricate paper sculptures, which bring to mind fractals, microscopic patterns in nature, wormholes and sliced anatomy, but her works include a variety of different media, from wood to animation. Jen has exhibited her works in various galleries around the U.S. as well as the Girls’ Club Collection, the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Miami and Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Renwick gallery. She is about to show with Cooper Cole Gallery during Art Basel Miami at the Miami Project in early December 2012. Hit read more and get familiar with her work!
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