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CENTER FOR COLLABORATIVE ART RESEARCH AND BUILDING IN STONE RIDGE, NY

THREE PHASE

CENTER FOR COLLABORATIVE ART RESEARCH AND BUILDING IN STONE RIDGE, NY

june 2019  linda mary montano

HURRAY!! THE GLAND DOCTORS GRADUATE!!

PRESENTED BY LINDA MARY MONTANO

Wednesday June 19th 6:00-8:00

 

 

Amanda Heidel, MFA

Lynn Herrring,MFA

Megumi Naganoma, MFA

Arielle Ponder, BFA

Please join us on Wednesday June 19th at Three Phase Center in Stone Ridge, NY as we celebrate the graduation of The Gland Doctors. Starting at 6:PM, Linda Mary Montano will present a performance ceremony including a three-minute interactive Laugh-In, artist interviews by Montano, Individual artists' presentations, and a closing interactive Laugh-Out.*
 

"The four artists who performed with me as healers as I lay in a coffin, performing death at the Dorsky Museum last month graduated a month later from SUNY New Paltz. In that same Dorsky Museum, they shared their own incredibly unique and generous art. When Nina Isabelle invited me to show my work at Three Phase Center, I knew deep inside that my art was to applaud and share the art/life of these four healer-artists."  

 

-Linda Mary Montano

* A suggested donation of $1-$25 includes one signed book of your choice from Linda Mary Montano's personal library and admission to ceremony.

 

LINDA MARY MONTANO

Montano is a central figure in contemporary feminist performance art and her work since the mid 1960s has been critical in the development of video by, for, and about women. Attempting to dissolve the boundaries between art and life, Montano continues to actively explore her art/life through shared experience, role adoption, and intricate life altering ceremonies, some of which last for seven or more years. Her artwork is starkly autobiographical and often concerned with personal and spiritual transformation. Montano’s influence is wide ranging – she has been featured at museums including The New Museum in New York, MOCA San Francisco and the ICA in London.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linda_Montano

http://www.lindamontano.com

 

AMANDA HEIDEL

Heidel's work focuses on the mushroom life cycle as a metaphoric model for community minded collaborative work and self care. Her graduate research project, (a ten-year project called Mushroom Shed located on Huguenot Street in New Paltz, NY) is a space for those interested in growing food on waste materials collected from local businesses as well as cultivating relationships in the community to help one another grow. Mushroom Shed is a demonstration of a collaborative model inspired by the organism and organizational patterns of mushroom life cycles and underground mycelial networks. 

 

https://www.mushroomshed.us/    http://www.amandaheidel.com/

 

LYNN HERRING

Herring’s studio work is influenced by her career in advertising where bold simple imagery and witty short headline copy are used to execute complex strategies. Her sculpture and print work have a clean graphic aesthetic on the one hand and a cartoon-like form and line quality on the other. It is as if Donald Judd and Dr. Seuss collided with each other. Herring's interest in minimalism, contemporary culture, social psychology, spirituality, play and humor also inform her work.

 

Herring has been exhibiting since 2005. Her work has been shown at The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, WAAM museum in Woodstock, NY, the Wired Gallery in High Falls, NY and at the Pera Museum in Istanbul, Turkey.

 

https://www.lynnherringartist.com/

 

 

MEGUMI NAGANOMA

Naganoma works in fabric, video, and drawing and when responding to current events, societal norms, and when working with others’ and her own trauma. Addressing issues of rape, her work advocates for survivors, while keeping various audiences in mind, and starts conversations that continue to shed light on things often considered taboo. 

 

Naganoma graduated from Florida State University the 2016 with a BFA in Studio Art and a minor in Art History. During the summer of 2016, she interned for Judy Pfaff in Tivoli, New York and also took part in the de-installation of Grasshopper. In 2017, Naganoma was a teaching artist in residence in Thomasville, Georgia and in May 2019  she completed her MFA studies at SUNY New Paltz.  Naganoma currently works for Judy Pfaff as a studio hand.

 

https://www.meguminaganoma.com/

 

 

ARIELLE PONDER

Arielle Ponder is a sculptor, painter, activist, and poet living in the Hudson Valley region of New York. Her work reflects the careful balance between humanity and nature and is Inspired by the natural splendor and beauty of the region. Ponder grew up in the woods of Putnam Valley, New York and came to New Paltz to study art. The rural landscape inspires her sense of environmental issues and social justice and fortifies her practice as a testament to the individual's role in addressing social and environmental injustice. She approaches art as a means of reclaiming the parts of being human that are difficult to language.Ponder is politically active with student organizations such as the New Paltz Activist Network and Slut Paltz.  

 

https://www.arielleponder.org/

 

THREE PHASE CENTER

Three Phase Center facilitates collaborative art and perception building situations that highlight the utility of process-based conceptual projects by those who are compelled to work in the responsive, intuitive, reflexive and instinctive ways that inhabit institutional peripheries. The space organizes a variety of workshops, labs, and performance art as a way to stimulate the types of community and dialogue that generate and build new possibilities and outcomes. Located in Stone Ridge, NY,  Three Phase Center is a place to formulate, find, construct, propose and articulate with information derived from process-based art actions, object construction, performance, experimentation and outcomes. Three Phase Center is operated by Nina Isabelle, an artist-organizer dedicated to supporting and reframing the utility of art practices that aim to sort and solve problems of language and perception.

 

www.threephasecenter.com

www.ninaisabelle.com