Through a programming partnership with VOLTA NY 2014, ARC Magazine presents “Metanoia: Practices of Exhaustion” with ARC Magazine Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief and Holly Bynoe (St. Vincent and the Grenadines) and Junior Editor and Writer Blake Daniels (USA). The discussion will take place on March 7, from 6:00pm, at 82 Mercer Street, in the Talks Lounge at VOLTA NY.
Description: Bynoe and Daniels will lead a discussion centered on Caribbean and diaspora-based artists whose practices intersect various disciplines including New Media, Performance Art and Socially Engaged Practices. This informal discussion will highlight critical concerns in the development of visual language through the examination of private and public realities of contemporary Caribbean society.
Artists present include Olivia McGilchrist, feature prize winner of the trinidad+tobago film festival and ARC Magazine New Media Prize (Jamaica); John Cox, fine artist represented by PopopStudios, and artistic director of Baha Mar, Nassau (the Bahamas); Ian Deleon, social activist, educator and artist (Cuba/Boston); Jayson Keeling, artist (New York City); and Joiri Minaya, artist (Dominican Republic).