First Friday Art Walk - Brianna Gerrish: Depictions of Noise
HardScrabble Solutions will host DEPICTIONS OF NOISE a solo gallery exhibition and Main Street mural featuring University of Maine Presque Isle student Brianna Gerrish on Friday, May 4 from 6-9 pm.
"Depictions of Noise"
Images grip us human beings. After all, eyesight is our most highly adapted sense; what we see is our greatest infatuation. Images can evoke emotions, memories, and experiences. Our sights can summon our other senses, by conjuring a reminder of a taste or a smell, or calling to mind a touch or sound. These artworks are inspired by sounds. The alternative media incorporated here includes recycled and found objects, otherwise unwanted.
Sounds are waves, reverberations through the air, much like the waves that comprise the light which enables us to see. Certain frequencies of light or sound heal, while others hurt. Vibrations are omnipresent, and all living beings radiate their own measurable frequency.
22 y.o. Mixed-media artist and art student from Caribou, ME
HardScrabble Solutions features news artists monthly coinciding with First Friday Downtown Art Walks organized by the Central Aroostook Chamber of Commerce in Presque Isle, Maine. Other regular First Friday hosts include Wintergreen Arts Center, Anomic Chameleon Creatives, Reed Art Gallery and Pullen Gallery at University of Maine at Presque Isle, Mark & Emily Turner Memorial Library, and the Northeastland Hotel.
Convergence of energies welcome. Children may attend. Refreshments served. Free.
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm