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IN REAL TIME + PLACE: A collaboration
Melinda Stickney-Gibson Collaborative Exhibition
Artist Residency with
Raymond McDonald: musician/multi-disciplinary artist, Jo Ganter: visual artist, George Burt: musician, Marilyn Crispell: pianist/musician
July 1 – July 31, 2022
Mexendo Horizontes, a film by Erick Montes, 2022
Video Installation by Erick Montes
in partnership with Jane St. Art Center Saugerties New York, 2022
Mexendo Horizontes film credits:
Executive Producer Erick Montes
Original Idea & Direction, Erick Montes
Film Director, Erick Montes
Director of Photography, Bernardo Gasparini
Film Editors, Erick Montes & Bernardo Gasparini
Miriam Parker and Geraldine Cardiel
Geraldine Cardiel costume by Santos Abundio Batún Kantún
Lighting Design by Connor Mulligan
Artists appearing in this film during their creative processes are Miriam Parker, and Geraldine Cardiel.
The material featured in this film was part of the explorations by the artists working on their original projects as part of their creative residency at Triskelion Arts in Brooklyn, New York.
*Original projects featured in this film:
“I am New Here” by Miriam Parker and
“Plástica, Cuerpo en situación” by Geraldine Cardiel
This film was shot at Triskelion Arts, in Brooklyn NY
This film was made possible with the support of Triskelion Arts.
This project was in part sponsored by The Institute of Mexican Studies CUNY and the Mexican Now Festival of New York.
Video Installation of “Mexendo Horizontes” is made possible with the support and generosity of Jane St. Art Center, Saugerties New York.
Special thanks to the community of Saugerties, New York for their generosity in granting support for this project.
*Mexendo Horizontes’s film does not reflect the original performances and ideas of the artists appearing in this film. Mexendo Horizontes is an original idea, study, and observation about artistic creative processes to further question ideas about assembly, embodiment, memory, and culture in the intersection with time and space.
Brooklyn, New York, April of 2022
JANE ST. ART CENTER
An Inclusive Arts Organization
Jane St. Art Center is woman owned and operated organization, committed to creating a diverse and inclusive creative environment. All customers, artist applicants and employees are welcome without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Jane St. Art Center is wheelchair accessible to the right of the building behind in the parking lot.
Jane St. Art Center is a multifaceted environment that supports diverse artistic expression and exploration, featuring installation, art and performance.
We foster new works or works-in-progress by established artist and exceptional emerging artists who create multidisciplinary art. Our gallery is dedicated to solo and collaborative works, spanning both galleries, creating an immersive experience for the audience.
Gallery North is dedicated to installation and performance including film, spoken word, dance etc. Gallery South is dedicated to 2D and 3D works. We also offer art:incubated residencies, classes, lectures, performance and events. Art:Incubated!
Our 2022 Season
April 2 – May 8, Patricia Miranda
May 14 – June 19, Traci Horgen
June 25 – July 31, Melinda Stickney-Gibson with Collaborators
August 6 – September 11, René Moncada
September 17 – October 23, Debra Priestly
October 29 – December 4, Tracey Cockrell
December 10 – December 18, Small Works Show
Traci Horgen, “Back into the sky”, 2022, gouache, graphite on tea-dyed paper, 22 1/2″ x 15 “
Traci Horgen has exhibited her work internationally with solo exhibitions at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica Venezia, Italy and Chashama 266 in New York.