When all the ice in the world melts maybe it will leave a beautiful mark: a performance by Greg Lookerse
Greg Lookerse saved ice from last winter and covered it in ink. Lookerse will speak about his artwork as he holds the sphere over paper, prompting the ice to melt. As it melts, the ink will create a unique wash on the paper below it and the water will change the density of the ink in the paper fibers.
This performance will take place in conjunction with the exhibition All Natural, curated by Al Miner, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the Museum of Fine Arts. It is also a Second Saturday event, hosted by the Boston Art Dealers Association.
Miner brings together Kingston artists Kathleen Gerdon Archer, Mary Lang, Greg Lookerse, and Christina Pitsch for this exhibition that spans the entire gallery. Each artist examines humankind's attempts to commune with, control, or contain nature. The exhibition will include a broad representation of media, including photography, sculpture, and performance.