I worked with a great crew at Spaeth Design Nyc on these high end artistic window productions in the years 2014, 2015 and 2016.
Figures, sculpture, paint, costuming.
ARTerial Performance Lab (APLAB) in collaboration with PerForMIA, hosted by Edge Zones Project presents the Transcontinental Performance Art Platform, NeXus during MIAMI ART WEEK 2017.
Saturday, Dec. 9th, 8:00-11:00 pm, EDGE ZONES ART GALLERY, Miami
performance piece with Uta Brauser and Florence Benichou
Sunday, Dec, 10th, 3:00-6:00 pm, LUMMUS PARK, South Beach
Photo: Elisa Osborne and Yidan Zeng.
December 2, 2017 (Miami, USA) — NeXus, a new Transcontinental Performance Art Platform, an initiative curated by interdisciplinary artist, and cultural entrepreneur, Hector Canonge, will premiere in the United States during Miami Art Week. Hosted by Edge Zones Art Gallery, Miami’s leading performance art venue, and PerForMIA, created and directed by Charo Oquet, NeXus will present new performances by local, national, and international artists selected from a world-wide open call.
For its first edition, NeXus curatorial theme explores and treat notions of human (dis)connections, personal binds, social (re)attachments, misplaced identities, and focal (dis)placements. As a new initiative, NeXus will bring diverse manifestations of performance art where the body is at the center of artistic expression, corporeal examination, and challenging execution.
Rachelle Beaudoin (United States), Uta Brauser (Germany) with Florence Benichou (France), Thomas Bell (United States), Soojin Chang (South Korea), Alexandra Holownia (Poland), Riccardo Matlakas (Italy), Elisa Osborne (Venezuela) with Yidan Zeng (China), Veronica Peña (Spain), and Cynthia Post Hunt (United States).
Saturday, December 9th, 8:00-11:00 pm (Doors open at 7:00 pm)
EDGE ZONES ART GALLERY
Sunday, December 10th, 3:00-6:00 pm
Entrance of 14th Street, South Beach, Miami
March 8 – April 6 2017
group show of 7 artists, expressing their aspect of the female in emotional, conceptional, bold, celebratory or outrage forms
with paintings, sculptures, fiber art, photography and performance work.
Artists: Eva Genevieve, Sienna Reid, Eva Mueller, Nyssa Frank, Uta Brauser, Francis Christie and Elizabeth Flores
curated by Uta Brauser
held in 2 locations: the mobile gallery and
Koda Restaurant and bar, 985 Flushing Ave, Bushwick NY 11237
Sienna Reid’s pen and ink drawings on paper reflect on the words that women (and their intersectional community) are called when the intention is to demean them and assassinate their character.
The words originate in the world of subjective fantasy, but are used as if they are factual and based in reality. They are words that are impossible to counter, much like how the woman accused of being a witch in the past would be spared if she drowned, but would be convicted if she swam.
Reid’s work claims the words that women are called and makes them our own, without shame, emboldened and empowered.
A self described Homo Sapiens, dives into the unknown with eyes wide open exploring numerous mediums to dissect the beautiful questions our world gives birth to.
Eva‘s work incorporates a variety of cultural influences from her native Germany, including Bauhaus and Modernism.
Graphic design and fine art evolved into her main medium: photography.
The naked human body in all forms and shapes is the focus of her work. “It’s the visual essence of being human”.
Eva displays a deep fascination with androgyny and how our perceptions of gender conformity and transgression are expressed, gender and race convergence and divergence. She is always challenging her viewers to look more deeply and question their judgments.
TFUK, Brooklyn based.
Mixed medium artist. Acrylic paint pens, ink, industrial markers.
A lot of abstract skulls and wonders why you care who I am? Do you like it? Yes or no?
About his females:
He admires the bravery these celebrities had to backpedal out of scandals from the spot light.
Centered around processes of restriction and experimentation, Eva’s oil paintings contain abstracted narratives built upon various “intimate inanimate” relationships using glazes and/or impasto techniques.
is a classically trained visual, theater artist specializing in costume design. She is currently returning and working to find her voice with her first love, fine arts.
Elizabeth works in textile mediums, her work is centered around literary reflections on people’s interactions.
Artist, curator, artpreneur, activist, obsessed with the reflections about the human character and interactions in the social context and community. German born, long time New Yorker.
The Uta Bauhaus Uta piece is being performed and reinterpreted again at
Brunnenstr. 187 10119 Berlin
in Berlin on March 2nd 2017, 7 pm. Costumes by Uta Bekaia and Uta Brauser, music by Heidi Lorenz Wettach-Hussa, performers Andrew Clarke (New Zealand) and Bianca Lozano Sanders (Spain).
The first piece was created in coordination with the Bauhaus Babies exhibit at Odetta gallery, Bushwick NY, December 17 2016
229 Cook St, Brooklyn NY 11206
Celebrating this beautiful exhibition with Richard Bottwin, Ryan Sarah Murphy, Sylvia Schwartz
closing reception 6 – 8pm
Dec 17, 2016
The Coney Island boardwalk scene was a special project produced by Spaeth Design for Junior’s cheesecake and restaurant. To be mounted at their new location in Boca Raton FL.
The layout and combination of details was designed by Spaeth staff, I painted the mural with some assistance of Spaeth painters.
Acrylic, glazes on canvas. 7.5ft x 25 ft
To complete the Frida Kahlo theme and collection I wanted to paint a few portraits or scenes where Frida and Diego are together.
They needed each other and regardless of the tumultuous relationship could not do without each other.
This large painting is on an art truck, (“acrylic on truck”), often parked in Williamsburg BK on Bedford Avenue on the North Side.
I chose the Industry mural theme for Diego as the backdrop because as a communist he stood up for the people, worker rights, and he appreciated the development of the job industry even though he struggled with the capitalist market aspect. The DIA Detroit Institute of Art director did have major objections when Diego painted the factory workers on theses fresco murals, glorifying the work force.
I also love that the Diego mural represents the world’s first car assembly line built and designed in Detroit, Edsel and Henry Ford.
Design Walk is a curated event and showcase, a collaborative effort between Uta Brauser and Design related businesses on Atlantic Avenue in the district of the Atlantic Avenue BID.
The event is produced by the Atlantic Ave BID, May 7 3pm – 8pm, creating pedestrian plazas in the public space with exciting activities allowing people of all ages to EXPERIENCE design and artisan techniques in process.
This event is endorsed by the NYC department of Cultural affairs, DOT, NYCGO.com, NYCxDesign, in the business corridor of the Atlantic Avenue Business Improvement District.
performance piece by Uta Brauser,
with Jetaime Pizarro and Amber Lee
Frida expressed herself very strongly in her paintings, although considered surrealist,she painted her own realities.
The flowers to remain in the universe symbolize the female, a delicate soul, hoping for permanence and unperishable presence.
Uta’s live action painting creates a Frida portrait, then a wheelchair Frida adds the flowers to the painting, the “super flower Frida” will spread more petals into the area, room and audience.
performed at the UP NYC performance art festival April 21 at Paper Box, Brooklyn.