Thursday, January 29, 2015

The Waves

The Waves - Jina Wallwork
The waves create shapes and structures that exist for a moment and then fall away. I watch the constant movement of the sea while I contemplate my own stillness. Obtaining peace of mind is necessary in order to move forward. Anger and regret are emotions that chain us to the past. Change begins from within and then breaks through to the outside world. Carry the wisdom that has been obtained from your experience, it will serve you well in your future. If you step forward from a position of inner peace then you will grow into the future; if you step forward with anger and regret then any change will only be superficial.

Friday, January 23, 2015

Postcards from the Edge

31st January – 1st February 2015
Postcards from the Edge at Luhring Augustine Gallery http://www.luhringaugustine.com/
http://www.visualaids.org/ 531 West Street, New York, NY10011, United States.


Art by Jina Wallwork is included in the exhibition, Postcards from the Edge. Other artists exhibiting include Robert Gober, Pipilotti Rist, Jim Hodges, Catherine Opie, Ed Ruscha, Kiki Smith, Ann Hamilton, Arturo Herrera, Paul Chan, Louise Fishman, Benjamin Fredrickson, Ida Applebroog, Julie Mehretu, Cary Leibowitz, L.J. Roberts, Robert Longo, Moyra Davey, Kate Shepherd, Geoffrey Hendricks, Mary Heilmann, Ross Bleckner, Jane Hammond, Lawrence Weiner, Jessica Rankin, Dotty Attie, Kay Rosen, Robert Buck, William Wegman, Hans Haacke, Marilyn Minter, Barbara Takenaga, Louise Lawler, John Waters, Zarina and more. A full list of participating artists can be found at https://www.visualaids.org/events/detail/17th-postcards-from-the-edge

Below are videos about some of the artists that are included in the exhibition.


Robert Gober



Pipilotti Rist



Arturo Herrera



Moyra Davey



Jessica Rankin


Dotty Attie


Hans Haacke

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Hourglass

Hourglass - Jina Wallwork
The sun caresses the edge of the glass as it slides beneath the horizon. Darkness casually greets the world and the stars reveal a glimpse of the vastness of space.