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Frame of Reference Opening Reception
Feb 21, 2014 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm| Free
Fort Useless is proud to announce Frame of Reference, the group exhibit showcasing the work of two photographers and one illustrator..
About the artists:
MICHELA BUTTIGNOL was originally from the deepest Italian north east. She lived in Milan for 10 years until one day she traveled to New York and moved there forever. Working as a professional illustrator she adores faces and hates pigeons. Michela’s work has been featured in The New York Times, Illustration Age, American Illustration 31, 3×3, and Illustration Servend on Behance.
MITCHELL KING is a musician and photographer that lives and works in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
EBRU YILDIZ is a photographer who works and lives in Brooklyn, NY. Her photos have been published in Pitchfork, NPR, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Village Voice, Spin, Brooklyn Vegan and much more. Ebru was listed in “The 50 Greatest Music Photographers Right Now” by Complex Magazine and was the recipient of 8th Annual Independent Music Awards, Concert Photography.
You are invited to join us for our Exhibit Opening and Artist Reception on Friday, February 21st from 6pm-10pm
Following the reception the exhibit will be open through April 19th, available for viewing during all other events and by appointment.
About the Show:
Frames of Reference in physics refer to a coordinate system which represents properties of objects (position and orientation) at different moments of time. A frame of reference can also define a space for all moments of time
In the exhibit, Frame of Reference, each artist represents people and places in moments of time. Original illustrations were created to weave together the photographs and connect them representing three dimensional space for two dimensional images.
About Fort Useless
Fort Useless is a non-profit event venue and art gallery in Bushwick, Brooklyn. They are a sponsored organization of Artspire, a Program of NYFA., an organization founded in 1971 to work with the arts community throughout New York State and the United States to develop and facilitate programs in all disciplines.
Fort Useless is geared toward providing a hospitable space that can foster a community of like-minded artists and performers of various disciplines and connect them with each other, as well as with potential supporters and fans