Group Exhibition – Gateway Penn Station, NJ

  • Posted on 15th November 2013,
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Group Exhibition – Gateway Penn Station, NJ




Group Photo of the artists for “Etiquette For Lucid Dreaming” Art Exhibition at the Newark Penn Station curated by Project For Empty Space, NYC, and SOLO(s) PROJECT HOUSE.

New York, Project For Empty Space, NYC, and Solo(s) Project House, NJ, are pleased to announce the opening of Etiquette For Lucid Dreaming, a group exhibition in The Gateway II, in Newark, NJ, Pennsylvania Station.

The exhibition will open on October 11th and continue through December 21st. It will be open from 11am – 6pm Tuesday – Friday.

Etiquette For Lucid Dreaming (‪#‎E4LD‬) is an exhibition that explores collective and individual levels of consciousness. A defining characteristic of humanity, regardless of one’s individualism, is our various levels of cognitive awareness of intuitive thought. Though our ideas and actions may vary, at times opposing, we have a predisposed ability to formulate opinions and express these layers of our sub-conscious, be it through deliberate conversation or primal interaction. The exhibition aims to broach discourses around consciousness from many vantage points: it strives to be engaging as an intellectual and emotive experience.

Project For Empty Space is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to bringing socially engaged and participatory projects to a multitude of communities through the utilization of abandoned and unusual urban spaces. The goal of the organization is to foster community building and education through the development of interactive public art.

 Artists: Alex Callender, Alyssa Lawyler, Amelia Panico, Ariana Barat, Bruno Miguel, Chloe Bass, David Antonio-Cruz, Esmeralda Komatopoulos + Alessandro Berni, Feng-Tsung Chang, Field Trip, Hiroshi Kumagai, Igor Alves, Jaret Vadera, Kameela Rasheed, Katherine Gomez, Kelly Pinho, Krista Svalbonas, Leila Lal, Marcy Chevali, Petros Nagakos, Pooneh Maghezehe, Roshani Thakore, Tehniyet Masood, The Other Theatre, Zoran Dragelj