Jasmin Sanchez, “Flux”

Jasmin Sanchez’s new show at Grand Central Art Center will automatically stand out from the gallery’s previous exhibitions for the simple fact that Sanchez’s intricate India ink, pencil and pen creations are applied directly to the gallery walls— but don’t call it a mural, per se. Sanchez’s work is meant to exist as an installation in order to blur lines between her random art and the physical space provided by GCAC’s architecture, to find the balance between the natural and constructed worlds. Her inky lines and paint marks channel her light, vibrant energy and highlight the passivity and immobility of the building they inhabit— and guaranteed to make you feel just a little more conscious of the rigid structures all around you, too.

Tuesdays-Sundays, 11 a.m. Starts: March 5. Continues through May 15, 2016
(Expired: 05/15/16)

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