Monday, October 31st, 5-9pm
Tuesday November 1st, 6-9pm
Wednesday November 2nd, 6-9pm
The Dark Room is an installation operated by the visitor's imagination. In a world bombarded with violent imagery we have become numb. Nothing we physically create can compare to the images of our mind. The Dark Room will ask the visitor to question what they are afraid of.
Visitors to the Dark Room are invited to travel through a pitch-black maze. With their sense of sight removed, they must place their trust in only the rope to guide them along. Visitors will use their remaining heightened senses to travel throughout the room, encountering obstacles that both disorient and challenge the participant. When the journey ends, the visitors are guided out, and handed a token to remind them of the power of their own mind.
Visitors can experience the Dark Room for three nights only!
For more info:
Jonathan Grassi (e) firstname.lastname@example.org or Lori Zimmer (e) Lori.Zimmer@gmail.com
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Jonathan Grassi eceieved a BFA in photography from Parsons School of Design in 2002. He has exhibited his work at Apex Art, Real Art Ways and the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Grassi currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. He creates familiar, yet unsettling scenes that confront vulnerability.
Lori Zimmer is a freelance curator and art consultant, having exhibited at Scope New York, Scope Miami, Collective Hardware and National Arts Club. She is also a freelance writer for Patrick McMullan Magazine, Inhabitat.com, TheFrisky.com and her very own NYC art history travel guide, Art Nerd New York. Zimmer lives and works in Brooklyn, NY and can be found walking over the Williamsburg Bridge to Manhattan frequently.