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INTRODUCING CURYATID

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For the third installation in the series, Andrea Bergart created Dribble. Collaging painting, landscape, and animation, as well as her friends from Downtown Girls Basketball, Bergart creates a virtual world that combines femininity and strength with the powerful forces of nature.

A Still from Dribble, Andrea Bergart's Video Artwork

A Still from Dribble, Andrea Bergart's Video Artwork

A Still from Dribble, Andrea Bergart's Video Artwork

For the second installation in the series, Miami-based artist Jamilah Sabur created Tidal locking. It imagines the speculative subsurface ocean world of Triton, the largest moon of the planet Neptune, and the only large moon in our solar system that orbits in the opposite direction of its planet's rotation.

Tidal locking, an artwork by Miami-based artist Jamilah Sabur

Tidal locking, an artwork by Miami-based artist Jamilah Sabur

Tidal locking, an artwork by Miami-based artist Jamilah Sabur

First on display this season: artist Hayden Dunham, who currently lives and works in Los Angeles and New York. Her work has previously shown in prestigious gallery and museums, including MoMA PS1 and New Museum in New York. Exclusively for this installation, she created v: the return (2019), an abstract of a dove in flight. “The piece is a welcoming for transformation,” she says. “It’s going towards an opening.”



“Gender can feel really heavy. I don’t see myself as a woman. Or man. Or gender nonconforming. Or human. I am something else. Hard like ice—soft like vapor. Warm snow. My gender can materialize differently inside and outside of my body. The way people see me is different than how I am. My body is an illusion that comes with a specific history. My body is a container for me to rest in that is open and malleable and always shifting. It does not have to be held to the way it looks physically. That way of thinking I find so limiting. There is so much more here than what is physically apparent. This is one of the reasons I feel sight can be limiting. It supports binaries that hold lines. That are tight feeling and also often not reflecting all of this other material that is so beautiful and open. Liquid.” —Hayden Dunham

Hayden Dunham, v: the return, 2019, video still.

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