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Honey Badger Motel

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Honey Badger Motel
145 Sterling Place
Off corner of 7th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Venue Type: Alternative Space

Neighborhood:
brooklyn



Lil\'Big Manifests , Jennie BoothJennie Booth, Lil'Big Manifests ,
2015, Mixed Media
© Booth
Original Dark Matter, Jennie BoothJennie Booth, Original Dark Matter,
2014, Clay, 11"h x 6"w x 5"d
Original 11th dimension w Freaky Observers, Jennie BoothJennie Booth,
Original 11th dimension w Freaky Observers,
2014, Clay, Mixed Media, 13"h x 8"w x 8" d
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> QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.honeybadgermotel.com
EMAIL:  
honeybadgermotel@gmail.com
CONTACT:  
Ms Boyes
OPEN HOURS:  
6-9pm
PHONE:  
9176796707
COST:  
Free and Open to Public
TAGS:  
contemporary, string theory, dark matter, Physics, brain science, painting, sculpture
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DESCRIPTION

Honey Badger Motel  presents "The Raw and the Cooked," sculpture and paintings by New York City artist Jennie Booth. 

 Booth's work is an intriguing blend of brain science, physics, and iconography all examined through the artist's fantastical perspective.  She takes Albrecht and Sorbo's, "Boltzmann Brain Paradox" an amusing look at probability, and turns it into a world of floating, self-aware entities called Freaky Observers which rise out of Dark Matter. Dark Matter the most elemental and unknown material of the Universe symbolizes for Booth the sentient mind and brain, humanity's  most essential "material".

Plaster castings, paper-mache, wood, zippers and rope all become raw and cooked musings under her hand.

 


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