Art Opening: “Small Movements”
Friday, February 3rd, 2006 from 5:00 to 8:00pm
Contemporary art at the Harlow Gallery by a group of young, cutting-edge local artists. Including: Bryan Berge, Paul Brandt, Heather Jovanelli, Yeshe Parks, Stephanie Radish, Nate Stevens, Daisy Veiga and Maise Wormser.
Featuring live performances at the opening by:
Ascona – Experimental Electronic Music
Pseudo-Super All Stars (Performing works by Steve Reich & Terry Riley)
and Chas Lester & Kenya Hall
Artists’ Statement: “If you are reading this it is probably safe to assume that you are alive. As an active participant in life you are continually transitioning from one moment to the next through a perpetual series of movements. These movements may range from the overt and dramatic to those more subtle and quiet. The Harlow Gallery along with 2246 1/2 productions presents “Small Movements: Interpreting Discernable Motion“, a show featuring Maine contemporary artists creating personalized viewpoints of intimate emotions, grounding details and microscopic investigations of life.”