Don’t Let It Slip Through Your Fingers

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    When:
    May 6, 2021 @ 5:00 pm – May 9, 2021 @ 7:00 pm
    2021-05-06T17:00:00-04:00
    2021-05-09T19:00:00-04:00
    Where:
    Windmill Community Garden
    39-22 29th St
    Long Island City
    NY 11101
    Cost:
    Free
    Contact:
    Su Myat Maung Maung
    347-304-0037

    Don’t Let It Slip Through Your fingers: Solo Exhibition by Dario Mohr

    May 6 – 9

    Opening Reception

    May 6th, 5pm EST

    In person reception at the Windmill Community Garden 5-7 pm. Audience members are invited to participate in a letting go ritual using a grief journal that will sit on a podium during the reception.
    RSVP HERE:
    https://withfriends.co/event/10475044/dont_let_it_slip_through_your_fingers_opening_reception

    Artist Talk & Conversation
    May 7th, 5pm – Via Zoom
    Interview and conversation with the artist
    REGISTER HERE:
    https://withfriends.co/event/10475205/dont_let_it_slip_through_your_fingers_artist_talk

    Don’t Let It Slip Through Your Fingers is an acrylic painted and assembled work that is inspired by the loss of a cherished object. Objects are endowed with the power of reference to memories, philosophies and in some cases, spiritual connection. Very often when an object is lost, so too are the memories that they inspire. This work is to honor those memories and experiences by memorializing what was lost.

    Dario Mohr is a New York City based interdisciplinary artist. Born in 1988, Mohr received a BFA from Buffalo State College, and an MFA from The City College of New York. He creates interactive sanctuary experiences using an interdisciplinary approach. In addition to work created in painting, sculpture or made digitally, he often includes assembled objects to build immersive “sacred spaces”. These often exist in unexpected places, using mundane objects. Because objects are endowed with the significance that the viewer blesses it with, his work can provide a lot of space for divergent perspectives and interpretations. The recycling of old work is also fundamental to Mohr’s practice. You will see previously created paintings and sculptures as well as the reuse of objects, textiles, cushions and other elements in future works. Sometimes a previously used item provides the perfect juxtaposition to enhance or add depth to new explorations. In addition to his individual art practice, he is also the founder and Director of AnkhLave Arts Alliance, Inc. which is a non-profit for the recognition and representation of BIPOC artists in contemporary art.