“Source Matters” Exhibition

New York Art Residency & Studios Foundation (NARS)

poster for “Source Matters” Exhibition

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NARS presents ‘Source Matters’, an exhibition featuring the works of our 2020 Season I artists-in-residence.

Source plays an important role in the work of these artists. Whether it be images extracted from old catalogs, borrowed medical methodologies, over-viewed and mediatized images in postcards, natural derived materials, data, taxidermied species, uncomfortable moments in American history, feelings of discomfort, the US national census, online cameras in the world, or future memories —all revolve around narratives, constructions and gestures that describe the importance of finding different ways to perceive, read, and interpret.

The way we interpret a source can determine a path, transcend time, reveal other narratives and very possibly, enter us into an endless loop —a constant search for the source, for what matters.

Rusudan Melikishvili (Denmark) | Brian Napier (USA) | Ellen Bleiwas (Canada)
Joseph Moore (USA) | Laure Hocine (Belgium) | Sarah Williams (USA)
Lauren Cohen (US/UK) | Matthew Cronin (USA) | Joani Tremblay (Canadian)
Sareh Imani (Iran/USA) | Sepideh Farzam (Iran/Australia) | Furen Dai (China/USA)



from February 28, 2020 to March 20, 2020

Opening Reception on 2020-02-28 from 18:00 to 20:00

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