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Intertwined – Annesta Le – Saturday, November 15, 2014
Nov 15, 2014 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Neon Installation to transform Parenthesis Art Space
Artist and Brooklyn Brush Studios member Annesta Le takes over Parenthesis Art Space.
Opening Reception: November 15, 6-9pm
Parenthesis Art Space, 203 Harrison Place, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, New York
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Intertwined by Annesta Le opens November 15, 2014 through December 31, 2014 at Parenthesis Art Space/BBS203. Curated by The Art Engineer, Luis Martin. This solo show will showcase five neon pieces made from several feet of phosphor color-coated circular glass tubes, noble gas, and wire.
Parenthesis’ architecture will be reimagined into a dark vacuum of free space to amplify the viewer’s experience in this epic installation. A diagonal freestanding wall will be constructed to divide the experience of this body of work into two explosive moments of neon. The installation that is one cohesive work of art is further united by a sound piece created for Intertwined by DJ and collaborator, Eiwe Lingefors. Intertwined can be described as an explosion of the energies written in glass and presented to stimulate the senses through sight, sound, and space.
Works on view by appointment through December 31.
About Annesta Le
Annesta Le (b. 1980) is a contemporary artist who has been living and working in Brooklyn since 2006. She typically works on canvas with heavy acrylic and oil paints, and more recently with neon glass. Annesta’s aesthetic is characterized by her use of strong, bold, expressive- yet unbridled- marks in a highly contrasted color palette.
About Parenthesis Art Space
203 Harrison Place 3rd Floor
Brooklyn NY, 11237
Parenthesis Art Space is located in the center of the Brooklyn Brush Studios creative community. Parenthesis creates opportunities to exhibit, promote and empower artists by creating a bridge between the Artist’s studio and the public. Parenthesis actively builds community and strengthens its artists network through regular exhibitions and public programming.