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Thursday, March 29, 2012

April 4 Reception and Performance, 6 - 9 pm

How do artists learn if not by learning directly from other artists? Artists, writers, musicians, and curator respond to the research of artist Anne Sherwood Pundyk. Join us on April 4 from 6-9 PM for the reception which features work from 20 artists, writers and performers, with a performance from 8-9 PM.
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RAPUNZELin the library
April 4 - 25, 2012 | Queens College Art Center

April 4 from 6-9 PM | Reception + 8 PM Performance 

featuring work from Jonas Angelet, Jami Attenberg, Sara Benincasa, Apollonia Colacicco, Will Corwin, G Lucas Crane, Sean Cunningham, Holly Faurot + Sarah H. Paulson, Mary Hanlon, Tamara Jackson, Jodi Jett, Viola Kolarov, Tara Mathison, Tommy Mintz, Kyle Morrison, Shervone Neckles, Anne Sherwood Pundyk, Carin Riley, Kara L. Rooney, Molly Seitz, Cynthia Sweeney, and Gus Yero

Queens College
Art Center


April 4 - 25, 2012


April 4 | 6 - 9 PM Reception + Performance
Performance at 8 PM

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ABOUT | In Perpetuum | forever_ is a multi-exhibition structured around the idea that artists continually influence each other. This collective consciousness is central to the evolution of art. As ideas filter through layers of human consciousness, transformations occur. Art is the realization of this collective action, although transformation is rarely immediate or stark. IP | forever II offers a vantage into micro-populations where groups of artists converge around an initial concept, and the emergent collective conscience propels action. Similar to a winemaking solera, IP | forever II nurtures the larger theme of forever by encompassing each solera/lead artist’s research with responses from the participating artist faction. Forever gaining momentum through its recombining context, IP | forever II will continue to amass groups of artists and ideas, uniquely reshaping its overall scope and consciousness through each exhibition.

Queens College Art Center
Rosenthal, Level Six | CUNY
65-30 Kissena Blvd.
Flushing, NY 11367-1597
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