Visitors to GO open studios nominated ten artists for inclusion in a group exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, opening on December 1, 2012. Museum curators visited the studios of these artists to curate a focused exhibition from the work they saw. The featured artists (those selected from the nominees by the curators) were announced on November 15.
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Second floor of the Invisible Dog Art Center. Call Gaelle Porte at 2.13.324.3023 for questions.
Prune Nourry is a French multi-disciplinary artist who draws her inspiration from the themes that surround bioethics. Through the humorous medical world she recreates in her performances, artworks and exhibition design, Nourry brings attention to some of the preoccupying issues that arise from our fast growing scientific discoveries.
Trained as a sculptor, Nourry explores a multitude of mediums such as photography and film, and attempts to transcend their 2D nature - transforming them into sculptural pieces the audience can interact with. Offering an accessible, and participatory art experience to viewers is essential for Nourry.