ley lines | UP NOW

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ley lines
Fall exhibition at The Wassaic Project
with Sabrina Barrios, Kat Clear and Colin Radcliffe
October 7–December 16, 2017

ABOUT :
Ley lines are ancient paths in the landscape that are believed to have spiritual significance. Viewers will follow a path throughout the ground floor of the Mill that will lead to all of the pieces created by the three artists. The works of art showcased will offer a look into what these dimensions may look like. With their works, the artists look to ask the question, “Could these otherworldly spaces and places exist alongside our everyday watching us as they remain unseen?” The artwork displayed will offer a unique viewing experience.

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Artist Talk: Sabrina Barrios

Brazilian artist Sabrina Barrios speaks at The Wassaic Project (August 6th, NY) about her site-specific installation “Coup D’etat” (2016).

Saturday Studio Visit | Episode 4

Episode 4:
Sabrina Barrios reveals secrets about time travel and a found wormhole connecting 2 places in time; and how this wormhole relates to the political situation in Brazil.

This Artist Talk happened at The Wassaic Project in NY (August 6th, 2016).

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Saturday Studio Visit
Brazilian born–Brooklyn based multimedia artist Sabrina Barrios hosts studio visits with the audience, where she shares her work and practice.

Live and uncensored version every Saturday on Snapchat (sabrina.barrios) and a 1 min. edited version on Instagram (sabrina_barrios).

Discovering Fossil

Fossil is a multimedia site-specific immersive installation. It was created in an old barn and each of its mediums informs the bigger narrative. The space itself has a dark but meditative atmosphere, and the viewer is surrounded by ancient knowledge and symbolism, in a cult like environment of a past matriarchal society.

Sacred geometry and hieroglyphics, found in ancient lost civilizations and alchemy, along with studies on quantum mechanics and current pictograms, fill the room to allow the observer–who becomes an active participant–to explore and understand the installation in its totality.

Music by Matt Herron

Fossil – room 1

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Artist in Residence at The Wassaic Project | October 2015 | Wassaic, NY

Fossil is a multimedia site specific immersive installation. It was created in an old barn and each of its mediums informs the bigger narrative. The space itself has a dark but meditative atmosphere, and the viewer is invited to participate in what feels to be a different dimension, lead by matriarchy.

Geometric symbols and signs of research on alchemy, ancient civilizations and quantum mechanics–that were part of the process–have their own space in the room, and help the observer understand the installation in its totality.