Virtual exhibit opens at VSOP Projects in Greenport

As Far As The Eye Can See




Andre Worrell’s “Untitled.” Independent/Courtesy VSOP Projects

 

VSOP Projects, a gallery in Greenport, presents “As Far As The Eye Can See.” The group exhibit features artists Kara Hoblin, Madeline Zappala, Brian Birkeland, Renee Brown, Ellen Wiener, and Anne Sherwood Pundyk, among others. The show aims to explore “the grand potential contained within the act of looking.” 

The exhibit was created with conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner’s 2007-08 Whitney Museum retrospective in mind. It will feature the works of 14 artists collectively “prodding the intersections of visual storytelling and optical, aural, and cosmic phenomena,” stated an email from the gallery.

The exhibit will be made available on VSOP Projects’ website and Instagram, or view through Artsy. The gallery will also rotate new works in its front room each Sunday, viewable through its large street-facing picture window.

As a way to bring the viewer closer to these artworks and artists, the gallery is hosting weekly Instagram live events for the duration of the exhibit. The live schedule includes Hoblin with a live chalking on April 21 at 2 PM. Zappala presents a multimedia performance on April 30 at 8 PM. Birkeland will offer a sound set on May 7 at 8 PM. Sherwood Pundyk hosts a studio performance on May 16 at 2 PM. More events are expected to be added, so check back.

“We are tremendously grateful for your continued support and attention,” said the email. “We wish you and your loved ones good health, and look forward to sharing space with you all soon.”

For more info, visit www.vsopprojects.com.

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