HAELER ECHO
OPEN HOUSE
LIA LOWENTHAL, POONEH MAGHAZEHE, SOPHIE STONE
185 EAST BROADWAY #2 NEW YORK, NY 10002
SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 2016 1:00PM-6:00PM

In the dismantling of form and content, integral structural elements and decorative, more incidental elements remain co-present. In the space of their co-presence, their weaving together, their folding in and enfolding, we may come undone, disoriented, forget how touse things. Or we may build new vocabularies of use and gesture, of style, of setting. OPEN HOUSE, the third event of Season 2: “Against, Beside, Above and Beyond,” invites actors to assemble in this domestic scene. There is no set schedule to the day. Guests are welcome to stop by at any time, stay for as long as they wish, and participate on any level.
The OPEN HOUSE encourages prolonged and expanded engagement with new artworks by Lia Lowenthal, Pooneh Maghazehe and Sophie Stone, in an intimate context. The day considers different unscripted activities in a space of mutual reverberation. Self-organized and group study sessions may occur organically. By this we mean, talking and walking around with other people, working, dancing, suffering, some convergence of all three, collected under the name of speculative practice (Fred Moten and Stefano Harney on “study,” The Undercommons). Reading and discussion of a selection of texts chosen by the artists may take place independently or in groups spontaneously and/or continuously. Other activities may include the screening of a short film, listening and writing sessions, demonstrations by the artists, arranging flowers, cooking and tea-making. OPEN HOUSE stages an ongoing scenography in the living space, around and with works of art, by cultivating atmosphere, attention, and conversation in a variety of directions.
Works by Gloria Maximo and Carter Mull, installed earlier in the season, continue to be on view.

Organized by: Josephine Shokrian, Rachel Valinsky and Lulu Wolf.

Lia Lowenthal (b. 1984, New York City) is an artist based in Brooklyn. She holds an MFA from the Milton Avery School of the Arts at Bard College, and a BA from University of California, Los Angeles. Recent exhibitions and collaborations include 321 Gallery (NY, 2015), Wendy’s Subway (NY, 2015), Southfirst (NY, 2014), Swiss Institute (NY, 2014), and Art in General (NY, 2012). Her work has been written about in the New Yorker and Paletten Magazine.
Pooneh Maghazehe (b. 1979 Brooklyn, NY) has exhibited works and collaborative performances at ZKM Center for Art and Media, Beijing 798 Biennale, Newark Penn Station, DePaul University Museum in Chicago, ICA Philadelphia, 247365, and ICA Portland. She received an MFA from Columbia University (2011) and MS in Interior Architecture from Pratt Institute (2005). Maghazehe has worked in the field of architectural design for the past 11 years. She owns and operates the interior design firm LM // PM Productions LLC and teaches at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in Baltimore.
Sophie Stone (b. 1987, lives and works in New York) received her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2009. Her work has been shown at Nicole Klagsbrun, Shoot the Lobster, Night Gallery and Del Vaz Projects. Stone is also a co-founder of Petrella’s Imports.
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HAELER ECHO holds occasions for collaborators across various disciplines to gather in a convivial context. A program of events grouped under the banner of a seasonal thematic focus sets the stage for collective inquiry. We organize conversations around readings, film, performance, visual, and audio arts, and encourage evolving exchanges through a dialogical approach.

Haeler Echo Season 02: "Against, Beside, Above and Beyond" stages an ongoing scenography within the domestic interior. Works installed at Haeler Echo intervene in the familiar fabric of the living room, the dining room, the bedroom, and the kitchen. Their dispositions produce renewed encounters between objects and bodies and reorient the function of pre-existing furnishings and decor. This scenography gives way to an other space, one of mutual reverberation where the presence of the work has an evolving effect. Recognition of these interactions is encouraged through selected readings and discussions, and through presentations (screenings and talks) which often reveal, as Derrida writes, cooperation from the outside. Season 02 will be held from March through May 2016, and will present works by Julia Crockett, Alan Gutierrez, Lia Lowenthal, Sara Magenheimer, Pooneh Maghazehe, Gloria Maximo, Carter Mull, Sophie Stone, Ben Vida, and more tba.

ACCESS: Haeler Echo is located on the 2nd floor of a townhouse in the lower east side of Manhattan. There are two flights of stairs with handrails and currently no elevator. This space is not scent-free, but we do ask that attendees come fragrance-free. If you require ASL interpretation, closed-captioning, audio description or have any other access needs, please contact haelerecho@gmail.com

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THE MUSEUM OF LOVE AND DEVOTION
ORGANIZED BY JASON METCALF
FAIRVIEW MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND ART, FAIRVIEW, UTAH
DECEMBER 13, 2014 - APRIL 11, 2015

Contributors from outside the collection:

Wulf Barsch, Adam Bateman, Hannah Bounaguro, Tanya Brodsky, Geoffrey Clements, CLUI Photo Archive, Bill Conger, Chris Coy, Jim Drain, Andre Eugene, Eureka City Council, Ryan Foerster, Leah Gordon, Rashawn Griffin, Stephen Groo, Michael Handley, Mike Hansen, Trent Harris, Davey Hawkins, Micol Hebron, Robert Janitz, Amy Jorgensen, Natalie Labriola, Tim Lokiec, Jason Bailer Losh, Allan Ludwig, Pooneh Maghazehe, Servanne Mary, David Matorin, Marjorie Mcclure, Collection of Aaron Moulton, Asger Kali Mason Ravnkilde Moulton, Conrad Nebeker, Ryan Neely, Colin Nesbit, Pablo Picasso, Corky Ra, Larry Roberts and Diane Orr, Guy Rusha, Pascual Sisto, Daniel Small, Harry Smith, Byron Stout, Michael Thibault, Roland Thompson, Unknown, Morganne Wakefield, Lindsey Winkel, Bree Zucker

From within the collection:

Dorothy Anderson, George Edward Anderson, Mckay Anderson, Anonymous, Allan Beck, Max Blain, Leroy Budvarson, Brian Christensen, Larry Christensen, Harold Christiansen, Thomas Edison, Avard Fairbanks, Lyndon Graham, Maitlind Graham, H.W.C., Aden V. Johnson, Debra Kent, Tena Koeven, Leo Krikorian, Lynn Mills, Kenneth Mitchell, Bob Moss, G. Glade Peterson, North Sanpete High School, Relief Society of Spring City, Heber Stanfield, Edmund Amasa Tucker, Unknown, Herald Vance

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Nov 22, 2013 - Dec 20, 2013
Opening: Friday, Nov 22th, 7-10pm

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Brooklyn, NY 11232

Directions: D, N, or R trains to 36th St. in Brooklyn

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October 11 2013 - December 24 2013
Opening: Friday, Oct 11, 6-9pm

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