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cHURCH OF MONIKA: Copernican Views
May 10, 2015 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm| Free
Join us for the cHURCH OF MONIKA this Mothers Day, May 10, as we explore our connection to light, voice, and space through a “dark” Salon. Inspired by the “re-birth” of cultural, scientific, and philosophical thought that marked the Renaissance, artist Erin Gleason will host an experimental talk that will examine how we navigate conversations and spaces by shifting our reference point from one of light to one of darkness. Preceding the Salon, Erin will give an introductory talk about her work.
Erin Gleason is an artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Drawing from over a decade of professional experience in the fields of architecture, design, and branding, she works with concepts of space across multiple mediums including drawing, photography, installation, public art, participatory events, and curating. Each project inspects how we perceive, define, and shape space, and how space influences, defines, and shapes us.
The cHURCH is a moderated town hall type meeting that generates conversation about the role art can and should play in communities. Bagels and coffee will be served.