Jade Novarino | que hora son, mi corazón?
February 21 through March 18, 2018
Opening reception: Wednesday, February 21, 2018, from 5—8pm
LOWELL hours: Wednesday—Sunday 12—7 PM, closed Monday & Tuesday
GALLERY & ARTIST STATEMENT
Una exhibición de trabajo dedicado a el invierno, vegetales y frutas, USPS, Adrian, Lili, Blanca, Elida, and Ebony.
En esta exhibición vos vas a ver:
Un reloj ajustado a la hora en Argentina
Pinturas que representan los meses
Intercambios dulces y estúpidos, letras de canciones, y recetas
Artículos en venta en el mercado
A show of works dedicated to the winter, fruits and vegetables, USPS, Adrian, Lili, Blanca, Elida, and Ebony.
In this show you will see:
A clock set to Argentinian time
Paintings to represent the months
Sweet, dumb exchanges, lyrics, recipes
Items on sale at the grocery store
Jade Mara Novarino is an artist who, for now, studies letterforms—the history and practice of calligraphy & stone engraving—, sends mail, makes paintings, video works, objects, and food. Her works express a constant desire to communicate, to be seen, heard, or found: especially so by her family, located in Southern California and Argentina. Across mediums, her work makes use of personal narrative, site-specificity, quotidian details, language, drawings, calligraphy, cut-outs, and references to artist, music, and people. Jade also runs and facilitates Conduit, a project space and artist-residency out of her home in Portland, Oregon. For more information: www.ccoonndduuiitt.art.