June 28th - July 7th, 2019
601Artspace, 88 Eldridge Street, NYC
In this collaborative site-specific installation, artists Kelsey Tynik and Hannah Foster explored transgression and the imperfect through humor and play. Inspired by the notion of the carnivalesque, the artists work intuitively from a mass of found, cheap and gifted materials to create a "community" of interactive sculptures, often with human attributes like moving parts, limbs, and orifices. The boundary between body and art is blurred as visitors are invited to stroke, touch, prod, and investigate this landscape of objects.
Wishcraft for Artists
Sunday, July 7th, 12:30 - 2pm
Artist and Clinical Hypnosis Practitioner Shauna Cummins presented a workshop within the Monkey Wrench installation on self-hypnosis as a practical and powerful tool for self-actualization. She shared simple self-hypnosis tricks and tips to help bring intentions into action, followed by a guided hypnosis journey into the imaginal mind and a special wishing ceremony. For more info on Shauna visit www.shaunacummins.com.