Queen’s Nails Projects is pleased to present video by New York based Frankie Martin.
Queen’s Nails Projects will also exhibit Through the Vortex, a new video work by the nomadic inter-media artist Frankie Martin. Martin’s focus is on experiential art, such as comedic dance, light, minimalist writing, sound and video. Her work inspires laughing out loud, self-analysis, and critical consciousness; it opens the door to a radical re-thinking of how cultural reality is constructed. Through the Vortex takes the viewer along the inner journey of her one thousand mile, California coastal bicycle trip of July 2009. The video uses a symbiotic mixture of the ancient and the contemporary, creating an atmosphere of timelessness. An audio edition entitled Who Died? will be available during the exhibition.
Frankie Martin is currently writing a book of creative non-fiction, creating video paintings, participating in House Plants and Coma Club (Public Access TV shows in New York and Massachusetts) and leading an inspiration management group called The Hands of Light. You are cordially invited to join at www.frankiefeverforever.com.