Thursday, September 6, 2018 (Evening)
EVENT TYPE: Art Exhibition Reception
We hope you will join us for the opening reception for “Identity Cartography”, the upcoming art exhibition by Mexico-born Nora Maccoby.
Nora Maccoby is a multimedia artist working at the nexus of advanced science and technology. Her paintings are internationally collected and valued not only for their organic presence but also as mandalas for those seeking self-actualization.
Artist Statement: “My work is focused on finding the point between form and formlessness, and the notion of light as an active intelligence within universal codes found in nature on Earth, and in space itself. As we find ourselves in chaotic cultural upheaval, my interest has been in re-casting Hesiod’s Catalogue of Women — also known as the Ehoiai (Ἠοῖαι, Ancient: [ɛːhói.ai]) — into a new modality, a progressive paradigm where women support each other and find the rebalancing of justice through their own evolution as sentient beings to build common ground for a healthy, vibrant, prosperous world. The journey of the work is then a navigation of space/time, through new symbols. a cartography for power, based not on patriarchy or matriarchy, but a heterarchy; to power the center and dance with friends.”
The exhibition opens on September 6 and will be on display until November 27, 2018.
PRICE: This event is free, but we ask that you register.