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Marriage, Blood, and Adaptation
10.12.13 - 12.12.13
My bedroom is a private space and its accessibility is determined by only me. It is the only area which I can consider my own personal space, a region surrounding me which I can regard as my own. I value my personal (and at times, confidential) space and sometimes feel discomfort, anger, and anxiety when it is encroached upon. Exploring (or as an exploration of) this exclusivity, I allow peers and their art work in with the hope that they benefit from and are informed by the space's inherent intimacy. The Jacqueline Falcone Bed & Breakfast's first exhibition, titled Marriage, Blood, and Adaptation explores the concept of family. The artists' interpretations, physical and metaphorical, represent my own idea of family: a unit formed not exclusively by blood-an allegory for those ideals that I aim to live by. My bedroom, much like the selection of works in the exhibition, celebrates a need for love, fulfillment, and trust.
Works by Kevin Arrow, Dogan Arslanoglu, Scott Cunningham, Ragnar Kjartansson, Sinisa Kukec, Kenton Parker, and Misael Soto