Hybrid Life Forms Group Exhibition curated by Jiyoun Lee-Lodge

Hybrid Life Forms Group Exhibition

Opening Reception: Saturday February 19th, 7-9pm
Open hours on Sunday, February 20th: 12-6pm
Feb 19th & 20th, 2011
Curated by Jiyoun Lee-Lodge
Location: 174 Franklin St, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY

Artists: Linda Bernal, Aidan Sofia Earle, Benjamin T. Edmiston, Megan Hays,
Gregory Hayes, Jiyoun Lee-Lodge, Rachel Meuler, Hector Madera-Gonzalez,
Colette Robbins, Ingrid Staats, Jonathan Torres

Hosts: Candace Goodrich, Lau Gallico, Giancarlo Romero

600/3×9 Project presents Hybrid Life Forms, a group exhibition of emerging
artists curated by Jiyoun Lee-Lodge. Utilizing material and form, the works
of these artists respond visually to rapid globalization, advancing
technology and each, in their own way, seek to describe the shock waves that
occur at the intersection of the present and future. The question of
hybridization is addressed in these works as if material and concept were
DNA, allowing the artists to willfully create their own particular

1) Linda Bernal: http://www.lindabernal.com/
2) Aidan Sofia Earle : http://www.aidansofiaearle.com/
3) Benjamin T. Edmiston : http://benjaminedmiston.wordpress.com/
4) Megan Hays : http://www.meganhays.com/
5) Gregory Hayes : http://www.rulegallery.com/hayes_PA_200.html
6) Jiyoun Lee-Lodge :http://www.jiyounlee.com/
7) Rachel Meuler : http://www.rachelmeuler.com/
8) Hector Madera-Gonzalez : http://www.hectormaderagonzalez.com/
9) Colette Robbins: http://www.coletterobbins.com/
10) Ingrid Staats: http://www.ingridstaats.com/
11) Jonathan Torres :www.edwinjonathantorres.com


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