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LOST SYMBOLS °¬Δ©∂¢§•º–˜∫ç∂ßΣ

21 Monitor Street
Brooklyn, NY 11216
October 22nd, 2010 - October 31st, 2010
Opening: October 22nd, 2010 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM

photography, mixed-media, digital, installation, video-art, performance, conceptual, surrealism, sculpture
$5 suggested donation


LOST SYMBOLS °¬Δ©∂¢§•º–˜∫ç∂ßΣ

Convent of St. Cecilia, Brooklyn NY
October 22-October 31 2010
Viewing Hours: Saturdays and Sundays 12-6pm
Special viewing Wednesday 27 October 1-7pm
Curated by Victoria Keddie and Jennifer Zazo


Friday 22 OCT   6-11pm

DARK MATTER (2nd floor)

7pm Archegram: 2nd Iteration by Sadek Bazaraa w/live audio by Ateleia (Chapel)

8pm STELLÆ RUBEÆ "Infernal Adorations of OAI"

Dave Nuss + members of the OTO

9-11pm “Spectra & Ocula” with Bradley Eros, Lary Seven, Roe Enney, and Katherine Bauer

Saturday 23 OCT  7-11pm  Full Moon Ceremony

7-11 Sarah Halpern,  H. Honne Wells,

Spirit Of..., Dave First and Jasmine Pasquill, Warm Ghost, Open Ocean

Sunday 24 OCT  4-6pm

Meditation Ceremony with Stephen Popiotek

Wednesday 27 OCT  7-9pm

This is Not a Shop: The Writers Workshop open meeting

(Founded by This is Not a Shop Gallery, Dublin, IRE)

Friday 29 OCT  8-11pm

Ontological screening curated by Brian McCarthy

Sat 30 OCT   7-11pm

8pm EUC

9pm A Ritual of Erotognosis on the Eve of Samhain performed by Rowan (Shelley Burgon of Stars Like Fleas/Family Dynamics) + Chaos.:.Majik (Todd Brooks of Pendu) + LAYLAH (Paige Flash)

Lost Symbols brings together the work of contemporary artists who investigate, dissect, appropriate, and translate mystic occult ritual, alchemy, mythology, and symbolism. The artists represented have each uniquely contributed their interpretations through a diversity of mediums and methodologies including, but not limited to: film, painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking, performance, and sound, and installation. Programs include screenings and live performances involving ontology, fantasma, and phatasmagoria. Sound programs reference ritual, phenomenology, and transcendence. Our aim for the exhibit, is to bring attention to the use of this specific symbolism in contemporary art and semiotics, and to bridge the more subdued pockets of history.