What has been projected on us through the karma of our experiences, and how are we marking this projection? In this workshop led by textile artist Nicole Markoff, participants will consult a few physical and meditative practices that will invite new perspectives of our individual mind/body complexes amidst the supreme consciousness that holds us. By taking the smallest peek at the time/space continuum, and our somatic capacities, perhaps we can expand our sense of place and impact. Mark making materials will be provided and participants are encouraged to bring their own yoga mat.
The workshop is part the exhibition, Dimensions of Time and Space, by Lauren Marie Taylor, running concurrently with Thoughts on the Cyanometer, by Lindsay Tunkl. The two projects, classified by StoreFrontLab as The Unknown: Inquiries + Assertions, probe metaphysical and cultural pursuits into the meaning of existence.
Dimensions of Time and Space
Dimensions of Time and Space is anexploration by Lauren Marie Taylor of the cultural constructions—historical, scientific, spiritual and metaphysical—that shape our understanding of what we experience as time and space. Through weekly workshops led by artists and thinkers, the public is invited to participate in the investigation. Youth groups are invited to reflect on their own understandings of time and space. Over the month, the StoreFrontLab project space will become a laboratory for presenting these ongoing inquiries.
Thoughts on the Cyanometer
Collectively and individually, humanity has always strived to understand their existence in a world that often eludes them. Through a month long installation and a one night presentation in StoreFrontLab's new annex space, Lindsay Tunkl invites the viewer to explore constructs such as time, metaphysical inquiries, and art’s attempts at making sense of our existence in an interrogation of humanity’s many attempts to quantify the unquantifiable.