Unclaimed Space, Sonetto @ Sideshow in Williamsburg this Sunday

Stop by Sideshow in Williamsburg this week and check out �Unclaimed
Space,� the 2014 University of Connecticut MFA exhibition featuring work by Micah Cash,
Julia DePinto, Jared Holt, Shane Morrissey and Reagen Elizabeth

On Sunday, May18, from 3-5 pm, we’ll be presenting and discussing Sonetto, a collaborative book launched last fall in our MFA seminar. Each artist contributed ten to fifteen pages that reference the sonnet, a challenging poetic form in which fourteen lines of rhyming iambic pentameter are used to develop a dialectical construct. 

[Image at top: Installation view of “Unclaimed Space” at the William Benton Museum in Storrs, Connecticut. Paintings by Micah Cash, and sculpture by Shane Morrissey.]

Jared Holt makes machines that create hard-to-read text.

 Julia DePinto’s oversized prints

Reagen Elizabeth O�Reigaekn’s time machine


 Shane Morrissey’s sculpture in foreground, Micah Cash’s photographs on the wall in the back.

 Micah Cash paints the landscapes around dams and bridges.
“Unclaimed Space: Micah Cash,
Julia DePinto, Jared Holt, Shane Morrissey and Reagen Elizabeth
O�Reigaekn,”  Sideshow, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY. May 16 through June  8, 2014. Please join us for a book presentation on Sunday, May 18, 3 pm. Free and open to the public. 


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