Trestle Projects is pleased to announce New Fine Art, a group show focused on traditional materials and their sensuality featuring Derek Weisberg, Panayiotis Terzis, Aliza Morell, Emily Klass, and Molly Rae. Using mimicry, remediation, and unconventional applications, these artists push the limits of traditional fine art materials. These works explore a corresponding sensuality that is often overshadowed by content and a presumed historical precedence. Through a range of responsive processes, each artist engages in an unfolding dialogue between the self and the material - a transference between hand, form, and thought.   Please join us for an opening celebration on March 25th, 2017 from 7-9 pm. 400 3rd Ave, Brooklyn NY 11215     

Trestle Projects is pleased to announce New Fine Art, a group show focused on traditional materials and their sensuality featuring Derek Weisberg, Panayiotis Terzis, Aliza Morell, Emily Klass, and Molly Rae. Using mimicry, remediation, and unconventional applications, these artists push the limits of traditional fine art materials. These works explore a corresponding sensuality that is often overshadowed by content and a presumed historical precedence. Through a range of responsive processes, each artist engages in an unfolding dialogue between the self and the material - a transference between hand, form, and thought.

 

Please join us for an opening celebration on March 25th, 2017 from 7-9 pm.

400 3rd Ave, Brooklyn NY 11215 

 

 

Lights in Dark

a new series of monthly neon reveals

Trestle Projects is also pleased to announce Lights in the Dark, a new series of monthly neon reveals.

Each month a new neon sign will be displayed in the ground floor window of Trestle Projects at 400 3rd Ave, facing 6th street and Halyards Bar. The exhibited works are intended to act as a light in the darkness, both in concept and form.  

We are thrilled to kick off Lights in the Dark with Jasmine Murrell's Sacred Vagina. 

Murrell is a Brooklyn based artist who examines identity through biological forms, organic materials, and memory. Ultimately, Murrell's practice seeks to find the Source and help others to remember their origins. 

Please join us for the debut of Lights in the Darkness as we celebrate the Sacred Vagina on

March 25th, 7-9pm. 

 

Jasmine Murrell's Sacred Vagina @Underdonk Gallery 

Jasmine Murrell's Sacred Vagina @Underdonk Gallery