Life in Flux: To Challenge Apathy in the 21st Century

Wednesday June 5, 2019

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Molecule Design

1226 Flagman Way
Santa Fe, NM 87505
US

Cost:

FREE

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

Contact:

Adriana Siso

Phone: 5059899806
Website: Click to Visit

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“My sole aim is to leave everything in suspension, in flux, in order to avoid our community solidifying into a conventional academy. Our initial resources may be few, but our spirits are high, receptive, and excited, and that seems to me to be the most important thing right now”. 

Walter Gropius, architect, founder of the Bauhaus School

 

At Molecule Design 

 

1226 Flagman Way, Santa Fe NM

 

Opening reception: 5pm to 7pm, May 31, 2019

 

Work on display through July 31, 2019

In a time where living demands homogeneity and compliance, the passionate creative voice of four local Santa Fe contemporary artist-designers is distinctly singular and clear.  What remains curious and inspired after meaning is lost is what connects their work. How to draw nearness from the vastness of the inner chasm, the personal solitude that reflects a world that alienates? The line that connects them in fragility, self-confidence, grit, transcendence, growth, and ultimately transformation, shows the edge between realities and the fierce by-product of a survival instinct turned to poetry, metaphor, beauty, and commerce. Power couple Michael Jantzen and Ellen Jantzen, artist-entrepreneur extraordinaire, Justin Crowe, and audacious sculptor-funambulist Jamie Hamilton challenge the familiar and invite us to reflect and deepen in the timeless emotions that emerge from fear, life and death preoccupations, and infinite evolution. As if from a zero-zone of antigravity suspension, this is the place where true innovation unfolds. Disciplines merge, and new thought processes are born from recurrent cycles of change. 

 

Come by to meet the artists May 31, 5 PM to 7 PM. 

 

Curated by Adriana Siso, for the Art Meets Design series at Molecule Design.

 

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