2016 Open Juried Show: "Lost and Found"
The expression Lost and Found can spur a whole host of associations: a repository of objects and their attendant histories; feelings of loss and displacement; and notions of recovery, return, even redemption. What is worth holding on to? What does it mean to find someone or some thing? Where do you find yourself now? In 1964 Yoko Ono composed the one-line score: 'Draw a Map to Get Lost', suggesting that the goal lies not in finding an exact destination, but rather in getting lost or losing oneself within the process or journey. This offers us a productive model wherein the experience of being lost - or found - are both parts of a more liberated path of discovery and creation. Allow this theme of 'lost and found' to take you where it will. Submit Your Work Here.
Gallery Hours: Sat. & Sun., 1-4:30pm. Admission and parking are free (a donation is suggested.) Handicapped access is available. For directions and information call 203-247-2027.