Between This Light and That and Space, Curated by Douglas Melini

Carrie Pollack, MINUS SPACE

Carrie Pollack, Woven 1, 2011
Digital print on linen
26 x 22 inches

June 25 – July 30, 2011

My Dear Friends:

Those keynote events, which recently awakened your planet to faith and to action, have torn away the last veils of denial from the Collective Consciousness. A stone has been thrown into the water, and ripples of pure energy now spread around the globe – ushering in what will eventually become known as The Age of Conscious Choice. Doorways are opening, and magic is afoot! And we are here to explain, in detail, how they work and what they mean. This is no longer a game to be played by just the spiritual elite. What was once a privilege of the chosen few now becomes the heritage of all.

All around you, in every place, there exist Energy Gates – portals in time and space – through which a person can pass to new life and experiences. Some are visible, and some are of the mind and heart. All of them are real. Some portals exist as specific places. Simply to visit these locations is to be transformed. Other portals require energetic “passwords” or “vibratory signatures” to activate them. Still others – those connected to the highest levels of transformation – require passwords, along with “sponsorship” by an Etheric Guide, so that the unconscious or unprepared can not enter them unaware.

There are many kinds of Trans-Portals. Most are opened through the verbalization of some goal or desire for personal development. In such cases, the INTENT of the traveler becomes a blade that cuts an opening in the Veil which divides the universes. Once a portal is opened, your journey begins. A vortex draws the individual in, and certain “changes” are effected, so that transport to an adjacent universe can occur.

 

– Channeled by Daniel Jacob

Between This Light and That and Space is a group exhibition organized by Brooklyn-based abstract painter Douglas Melini and features the work of seven artists:

Tisch Abelow (b. 1985, lives Brooklyn, NYC)
Palma Blank (b. 1979, lives Brooklyn, NYC)
Anne Eastman (b. 1973, lives Brooklyn, NYC)
Michelle Grabner (b. 1962, lives Oak Park, Illinois)
Elana Herzog (b. 1954, lives New York, NYC)
Carrie Pollack (b. 1973, lives Brooklyn, NYC)
Tamara Zahaykevich (b. 1971, lives Brooklyn, NYC)

PRESS
Between This Light and That and Space @ Minus Space, by Kris Chatterson, KCLOG, July 29, 2011
Gallery Tour – New York – July 20-21, 2011, Liselott Johnsson Blog, July 27, 2011
Between This Light and That and Space, by Sarah Schmerler, Time Out New York, July 11, 2011
Douglas Melini at MINUS SPACE, Gorky’s Granddaughter, June 29, 2011
Out with Carrie: June 25, 2011, by Carrie Chatterson, KCLOG, June 27, 2011
artBUZZ: Inner Space/Outer Space, by Angela Basile, Brooklyn (The Borough), June 22, 2011

SUPPORT
Many thanks to LMAKprojects for their assistance with the exhibition. MINUS SPACE’s programming is made possible by the generous support of The Golden Rule Foundation, as well as individual donors. We thank you!

MINUS SPACE
98 4th Street, Room 204 (Buzzer #28), Brooklyn, NY 11231
between Hoyt + Bond | Carroll Gardens / Gowanus
Hours: Fridays & Saturdays, 12-6pm, and by appointment
directions

 

 

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