A Day in the Life
“I read the news today, oh boy”, was the first line in the Beatles song ADay in the Life that was inspired by (an LSD induced state of mind) after John Lennon and Paul McCartney found out that their friend, 21-year old heir to the Guinness family, Tara Browne was killed in a horrible car accident in 1966. Facts in the song are cut-up and rearranged to tell about their reality from this tragic event. Lennon contemplated a world that was quickly devolving and coming apart at the seams while other reflections are filtered through the magical and distorted lens of between reality and dreamscape.
The artists, Mallorie Freeman, Arnie Tunstall, Juliet Thimmig, Jason Milburn, Raheleh Mohammed, Patti and Ray Juaire, Gina Washington, Jason Milburn, Bruce Checefsky, Christine Mauersberger, Kole Robinson Brooks, Michael Loderstedt, and Bellamy Printz explore a responsive approach to what happens and occurs in a day, through collage, assemblage and mixed media. The various artists connect us to their daily practice; evidenced from a walk, a habit, a daydream, a ritual, or a way in which they have merely marked their own time.
October 24th–November 23rd