The gallery is pleased to announce its third exhibition with the artist, featuring a new series of photographs.
Self Circuits is a series of sculptural photographic works representing transformative, almost mythological experiences. These are binary unions of biological systems, as opposed to cyborgian bodies. Self Circuits are naturally instinctive and exist in the wild. It is in the wilderness, where our instinct lives, where we connect to our animal nature. Technology understands the grammar of our language and the syntax of our thinking but still cannot predict our instinct.
Maria Antelman (born Athens, Greece) is a visual artist based in New York. She holds an MFA from Columbia University. Recent shows include: Soft Interface (solo) at Bemis Center in Omaha, NB (2020); Companion Pieces, New Photography Now, The Museum of Modern Art, NY (2020); Mechanisms of Affection (solo) at the VAC, UT Austin, TX (2019); Disassembler (solo) at Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, NY (2018). She is currently an artist in residency at Silver Arts Project at the World Trade Center in New York.
Melanie Flood is an artist and gallerist based in Portland, Oregon. In 2008, Flood founded New York-based Melanie Flood Projects (MFP), a contemporary gallery with a photography concentration. In 2014 Flood re-imagined MFP in downtown Portland, expanding beyond photography and focusing on solo presentations of a diverse array of artists; recent exhibitions include Clifford Prince King, Pacifico Silano, Rose Dickson, Sari Carel, Maria Antelman, and Dru Donovan. Flood has been an arts professional for over 20 years, holding positions early in her career as Photo Editor of The New York Observer and Managing Editor of zingmagazine. Most recently she has served as Director of the Paige Powell Archive, overseeing a major collaboration between Paige Powell and Gucci with exhibitions in Los Angeles, New York, London and Tokyo.
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