PERFORMANCES / RELATIONAL AESTHETICS

 

What is on Your Mind ? One Word
What is on Your Mind ? One Word

Patricia Daher From the Cosmic Ocean Collection Acrylic on Canvas 30 in x 40 in

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What is on Your Mind List October 18 2020
What is on Your Mind List October 18 2020

Patricia Daher Contributions from the public during Art Gowanus Art Walk

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WHAT IS ON YOUR MIND? ONE WORD

WHAT IS ON YOUR MIND? ONE WORD is a relational aesthetic work which took place on October 18, 2020, as part of Atlantic Avenue Gowanus ArtWalk and Imagination Collective. In a one-of-a-kind initiative, artists and local businesses collaborate. This interactive work is created on-site with input from the public. The result is a visual form of journalism, which captures the current mental state of the public, at a certain time, at a specific location. This work also explores the transition from the private to public art space, and the freedoms it entails. It was refreshing to see that the outcome was more optimistic than expected! 

FRIDGE
FRIDGE

Spring Break Art Show Patricia Daher

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STOVE
STOVE

Spring Break Art Show Patricia Daher

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SINK
SINK

Spring Break Art Show Patricia Daher

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SOAP
SOAP

Spring Break Art Show Patricia Daher

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LABEL: FACT OR FICTION - SEE THE KITCHEN

LABEL: FACT OR FICTION SEE THE KITCHEN is a relational aesthetic installation at the 2019 Spring/Break Art Fair . Artists Patricia Daher and Han Minyun were tasked in labeling everything. They did. The result highlighted the discrepancies between the ultimate truth and its perception. As one approaches fact, fiction seizes, yet fact is fiction. 

 

THE WAY WE PLACE THINGS

The Way We Place Things (2019) is a relational aesthetic installation conceived by New York based Trinidadian Artist Cherisse Rodriguez. In this interactive work, artists and Super Hosts, Cherisse Rodriguez and Patricia Daher welcome both local and international guests of various ethnicities, socioeconomic backgrounds, ages, and levels of education. This work is a sociological experiment, which explores how people relate to their environment, and specifically, its aesthetics, and standards. The Way We Place Things highlights the social aspect of the Airbnb phenomena.

THE WAY WE PLACE THINGS
THE WAY WE PLACE THINGS

by Cherisse Rodriguez and Patricia Daher

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