#WHM: Tove, Frida & Alice

Women’s History Month is fast evaporating and there are several things I ought to get to but haven’t. Time being short and my memory even shorter, here are some films I didn’t immediately write up and can’t access again to double check impressions so I will be vague but enthusiastic. TOVE (2020) Director: Zaida BergrothWriter:…

A Fire Ritual for the Heart

I was delighted to have my silent video included in the exhibit Silent Fire, a joint venture with Nasty Women Connecticut and the Yale Institute of Sacred Music. Thanks to Stephanie Johnson and Lys Guillorn for cheering me on. The short film is meant to accompany a performance of Barbara Strozzi’s Ardo in tacito foco,…

Virtual Opening: Silent Fire

Tonight at 7pm EDT Nasty Women Connecticut and the Yale Institute of Sacred Music present the virtual opening for the exhibit SILENT FIRE. You can sign up for the event here. You can follow NWC, YISM and the Silent Fire Project on Instagram. Curatorial Statement I burn in a silent flame. … And while for…

FACING THE UNKNOWN

FACING THE UNKNOWN: IMAGINATION IN THE TIME OF PANDEMIC Lightforms Art Center, Hudson NY January 8th 2021 – April 3rd 2021 Lily Morris, Millicent Young, Osi Audu, Martina Angela Müller, Patrick Stolfo, Laura Summer, Elmer Orobio & Richard Neal Completely new in recent history, the pandemic has created a never before experienced inner and outer…

Wish You Were Here exhibition

I am pleased as punch (Punch?) to have a piece in this exhibition along with gal pal Stephanie AKA the QoE. Thanks to Lys Guillorn who put the exhibit together. Check it out virtually or drop by if you’re in Connecticut. Thanks Still River Editions! WISH YOU WERE HERE POSTCARD EXHIBITION JUNE 13 – SEPTEMBER…

More Hilma in Hudson

In the midst of all this uncertainty, we can be certain that art restores our souls [feel free to insert a less fraught word if you are uncomfortable with that one]. The Hilma af Klint exhibit in Hudson though modest is glorious. At the heart of it are her notebooks, meditating on the meaning and…

Dora Maar @ Tate Modern

Although my main goal for the flying visit to London in January was Blake, there were plenty of things to be seen. And going from Tate to Tate is always a good excuse to hop on a boat. It’s more expensive than taking the tube or busses, but you can’t beat the view. I was…

Hilma af Klint in Hudson

I had thought just to write up the documentary Beyond the Visible which is playing at Time & Space Limited. I saw it recently with Peg and it was just glorious to see her art again even if it was on the big screen and not right before me. Of course it’s frustrating too, to see…

Art in the Armoury NYC

Another fabulous day of shenanigans down in the city with my art-partner-in-crime the QoE Stephanie; the Wendy Norris Gallery had Carrington and Varo and an opportunity to see them up close without crowds (NYC was very quiet — corona panic, I guess). I was so intoxicated by being close to these works I think I took…

Blake at the Tate

Why did it take me so long to get around to posting this, you ask? Well, I took about 300 pictures at the exhibition and the tedium of uploading them finally happened today as it’s a holiday [fight capitalism in the name of MLK!]. The agony of sorting just a few to post here (see…