Jordann Wines's drawings and paintings are inspired by a fascination with sacred geometry and the natural beauty of the planet. The elemental shapes she works with connect across time and history, and the repetition within the design allows her to work in a process that is meditative. In 'Sacred Glitter', Jordann seeks order out of chaos, and interrupts rigidity of order with slight imperfections in design and the playful use of glitter, a common craft material elevated to a painterly standard. Working in geometric abstraction allows her to further explore and reference the mandalas, fabrics, and algorithms that capture her imagination.
Jordann's work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally, as well as purchased for private collections. She has completed murals in Washington, D.C, the greater DC area, and New York City. Jordann is a graduate of New York University, where she studied Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Art. She continued her art studies at the Aegean Center for Fine Arts in Paros, Greece. A native to the greater DC area, Jordann is currently based in Washington, DC where she has a studio practice. http://www.jordannwine.com/
OPENING RECEPTION: SUNDAY JANUARY 15
4 - 7pm
Note: this is actually a double opening, we will also be premiering Fernao Ciampa's Anxiolytic SEA. The reception will feature musical performances by:
Analog Tara - Analog Tara (Tara Rodgers) is a composer, historian and critic of electronic music, originally from upstate New York and now based in the Washington, DC area. She is the author of Pink Noises: Women on Electronic Music and Sound (2010) and numerous articles on the history of sound and synthesizers. http://www.analogtara.net
Fernao Ciampa (Brasil) is one of the first VJ's in Brasil and is a founding member ofthe visual media collective EMBOLEX. Since the early 00's, Fernao has been working with Expanded Cinema, Live Documentary and other formats in the field of Image and Music. He is also a teacher of Digital Culture, Music Production and Sound And Music at Universidade Anhembi Morumbi.
Cost: FREE (DONATIONS FOR PERFORMERS APPRECIATED)