Methodorphosis is hosted at the Visual Space Gallery on March 22nd 2016
VANCOUVER, B.C., March 22, 2016. Visual Space Gallery is proud to announce the opening of the interdisciplinary art show Methodorphosis, hosted by Visual Space Gallery in Vancouver on March 22, 2016.
In Methodorphosis, textile artist, Katherine Soucie, dance artist, Salome Nieto and interdisciplinary artist, Diane Farnsworth embark on an exploratory collaboration of defining identity through textile, dance, paint and video...accompanied by various talented musicians, (Adam Farnsworth, Toto Berrial & Alcvin), and video editor, Carl Craig. The fact that Nieto, Soucie, and Farnsworth are artists from different cultures, backgrounds, and generations, will broaden their collaborative perception and interpretation of identity. We witness our perception of self alter as we age, relocate, change relationships or careers, have children, as well as, by how we dress, decorate our homes, and by whom we spend time with. Clothing, art, dance and music affect how we respond to ourselves and to the outer world. Methodorphosis explores the discovery of reinventing oneself, the constant flux of change, whether in a state of joy, chaos, or stagnation.
To view photos of artists’ work:
Dance artist & choreographer, Salome Nieto,
Textile artist & clothing designer, Katherine Soucie, www.sanssoucie.ca, www.katherinesoucie.com
Interdisciplinary artist, (video, paint, & metal),
Diane Farnsworth, www.crowbooty.com & www.dianefarnsworth.com
We would like to thank everyone who attended the showcase at the Visual Space! An even bigger thank you goes to Yvonne Chew for taking numerous images of the event on one of the several evenings that Salome Nieto performed on. Here is a taste of what she captured but if you would like to view more please visit this link!