The Listening Body encourages a physical understanding of the world. Listening in this way – from the gut, from the feet, toes, and lungs – connects us to the present moment. This act, returning to one’s body, eludes the signals broadcast to us by the analytics and algorithms of a commodity-centered culture. A listening body is one brave enough to shake and shed off the external pressures that ask us to commodify ourselves. These figurative works are attuned to the resonance of a listening body: a body that mourns, celebrates, loves, tickles, and rests.
Curated by April Bachtel & Margaret Parsons
Eleanor Aldrich (www.eleanoraldrich.com)
Elliot Jerome Brown Jr.
Wesley Chavis (www.wesleychavis.com)
Gregory Hatch (www.gregoryhatch.com)
Katarina Riesling (www.katarinariesling.com)
Jing Qin (www.jing-qin.com)
Friday, November 2nd 6-8pm (Event Info)
Open through November 25th
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(Drawing by Margaret Parsons based on of a performance titled “Muah” by Wesley Chavis.)