Paige Martin & Kate Lawless
March 3 - 19
ART 101 will present new work by Kate Lawless and Paige Martin in an
exhibition that runs from Friday March 3 through Sunday March 19. An
opening reception will be held on Friday March 3 from 6 to 9 pm.
A professional dancer/choreographer, Paige Martin brings her designs
into a gallery setting. Having begun with the making of small objects
and wooden rings, Wickerware will include the very first full-scale
renditions of objects inspired by traditional crafts and natural
Kate Lawless is inspired by the Andromeda Galaxy. "On a dark moonless
night, you can just see this with your naked eye as a smudge in the sky.
It is helpful to use your averted (or peripheral) vision. Your
peripheral vision is more sensitive to light than your straight on
vision. Also, you should allow your eyes to become dark acclimated. It
takes at least 15 minutes before your eyes start detecting more and more
Paige Martin is a Bessie award-winning native Texan best known as a performer
in the company of Dance by Neil Greenberg and dancer with RoseAnne
Spradlin, and Maria Hassabi, to name a few. In addition, she has
appeared in works of Tony Oursler, John Jesurun, Charlie Atlas, and
toured extensively with Richard Maxwell's Neutral Hero. She is also a
certified Zero Balancing practitioner. Her ring designs have been
displayed at Paul Kasmin’s PK Shop, the Smithsonian Institute
Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum’s shop, The Hammer Museum L.A. design shop,
and MaRS L.A.
Kate Lawless is a painter living and working in New York City. She
received her BFA from Cooper Union in 1990 and her MFA from Columbia
University in 1997. She was awarded a NEA grant in 2015. In 2015 Kate
has shown in a three person show at The Kingston Museum of Art in
Kingston, NY, a solo show at The Chashama Gallery and a group show at
The Denise Bibro Gallery.
Art 101 is located at 101 Grand Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11211.
The gallery is in the Williamsburg area of Brooklyn and is open from 1
to 6, Friday through Sunday, and by appointment. 718-302-2242
The gallery is wheelchair accessible.