Announced: “Ideographs” @ Point Green Curated by Brian Douglas

Point Green is proud to announce Ideographs, curated by Brian Douglas and featuring Sherry Bittle, Bernie DeChant, FAILE, Erik Foss, Crystal Gregory, Saul Melman, Mike Rader, Alexa Williams, and Amy Wilson. Opening reception October 13th from 6 – 10 PM. Please RSVP to

Ideographs is based on the concept of a symbiosis between abstraction and a mostly unseen, or perhaps misunderstood narrative. The transformation that takes place within the pupa as the metamorphosis of a butterfly takes place is one of the great unseen mysteries. Data that presented itself in one form carries within it’s imaginal discs all the information of a future transformation. In similar fashion, each of the artists in this exhibition carry the vestiges of narrative but transcend mere storytelling.

This group of artists has been brought together because each of them presents work that is formally interesting, and disorienting on first glance. Upon extended viewing narratives begin to emerge, be it direct or symbolic; arrived through conversations that the artist’s works have between multiple pieces, through gesture in marks and forms, or the juxtaposition of the “real” and the imagined.

Point Green is conveniently located a few blocks from the Greenpoint Ave (G) train stop.

Coming from Manhattan, take the (E) train uptown to Queens and transfer at Court Square to the Church Ave. bound (G) train, and ride two stops to Greenpoint Ave. Get out at the India Street exit, walk South to Java Street, and then all the way down to Java Street and Provost Street.

Alternatively, take the (L) train to Lorimer, transfer to the Queens-bound (G) train, and follow the above directions after getting off at India Street.

Point Green

260 Java St

Brooklyn, New York

Author: c_priority

artist / curator / slap tagger @ GSWW ~ Principal @ ladderandkey

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