Flying Strokes: As the Hare Leaps, the Falcon Dives
Curator: Jiaoyang Li
Dates: November 3 – 28
Opening Reception: Friday, November 3, 6– 9 PM
Performance Reading: Sunday, November 19, 4-7 PM
Curator’s Statement: In Tim Ingold’s Lines: A Brief History, he mentions the tensions in the flying strokes of the 13th century Chinese calligraphy are like the hares‘ leaping and falcons’ diving. Artists in their quest to encapsulate the profound intensity of emotion, would often evoke images of soaring geese, towering peaks on the verge of crumbling, looming clouds, and the delicate flutter of cicada wings.
For our forthcoming group exhibition at the Art 150 Gallery, we invite you to step into Lines—be it traces, weaves, texts, cracks, genealogies, mycelium, circuitry, or a piece of musical scores.
Poster design : Sharon Zhang @swayxrxr
Participating Artists: Guillermo Bublik, Paul Wirhun, Kim Bricker, Josh Urso, Robert Cadena , Frank Ippolito, Wachira, and Jiaoyang Li
Poet and performers: Hongru Pan, Frank Ippolito, and more
Location: ART150 Gallery
157A First St., 2nd Floor, Jersey City, NJ 07302
Entrance is on the corner of Provost & 1st
Gallery is wheelchair accessible.
Hours: Saturdays and Sunday in November, 1-4 PM
Jersey City, NJ