PRAXIS: VISUAL TIME
"EVERY EXPERIENCE OF A WORK OF ART IS,
AMONG OTHER THINGS, A CONFRONTATION WITH
THE TIME THAT SEPARATES IT FROM ITS VIEWER."
-AMY KNIGHT POWELL
Praxis is a interdisciplinary performance series that examines the relationship between the way we perceive the world and how we physically interact with it. As a series, Praxis attempts to questions how the body conforms to social paradigms and norms both individually and collectively.
Visual Time is the third installment of Praxis. Aptly taken from Keith Moxey's "Visual Time: The Image in History", works presented question the relative nature of time, and the intrinsic value of contextualizing identity.
New works by the following artists will be presented:
Greg Lookerse (Boston, MA)
Kirk Amaral Snow (Baltimore, MD)
Laura Isaac (Kansas City, MO)