Kristin Meyers | Antenna: Interiors, Icons, Inheritance
Kristin Meyers is an interdisciplinary artist using installation and mapping ritual in sacred systems. Weaving ritual practice with non traditional materials to explore energies. The recent works examine the essence of spirituality and the dynamics within through a multitude of systems. She has exhibited in the U.S. and internationally including Arte Americas, Contemporary Art Center and Ogden Museum of Southern Art New Orleans. Residencies include AIR Vallauris, and Lorenzo Di Medici. Publications include Sliver of Stone, and Make 8elieve – Grimiore. She was raised in Chicago and New York City and studied at Parsons School of Design and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Contributed public installations in Rome, Italy and Vallauris, France. Currently lives and works in New Orleans and Miami. Works are held in private collections in the U.S. and internationally.
kristin meyers, artist, art, sculpture, sculptor, painter, new orleans, miami, ps satellite project, prospect new orleans, p4, vallauris, barrister's gallery, italy, france
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Kristin Meyers - Water Tabulator

09 Sep Antenna: Interiors, Icons, Inheritance

On view: Sept 9 – Oct 8, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday Sept 9, 6-10pm
Daily hours: Tuesday through Sunday 12-5

Interiors, Icons, Inheritance‘ features the artwork of eight artists selected from Antenna’s 2017 Louisiana Open Call, each exploring their respective personal and collective histories. Rich with character and dense with detritus, these works depict the architecture, landscapes, people, and materials – the very stuff – of New Orleans. Sometimes somber, always eclectic; the tough, honest, and grainy visions of personhood and place featured in Interiors, Icons, Inheritance reveal a shared interest in the grit and physicality of living, working, and artmaking in the American South.’ – Danny Orendorff