OPEN THROUGH MARCH 24, 2019 AT BELLEVUE ARTS MUSEUM
I am pleased to announce my first solo exhibition in a museum. OMNIA opened at Bellevue Arts Museum on October 12, 2018 with a performance of METANOIA and runs through March 24, 2019. This discursive, elliptical show draws from over a decade of research and fills the museum from the exterior to the interior and onto their website with work in light, video, performance, digital art, and sculpture. I know my work won’t change the world, but it changes me — that's all I can hope for in a world gone insane.
AUDREY BROWN ON OMNIA AT BAM
“Walking away from the performance, I felt as if I had briefly been sucked into a black hole, only to be returned to Earth and not quite know what happened, just that I was a little different after. What he did was humbly profound, equal parts devastating and magical.”
— Audrey Brown
PERFORMANCE ON FEBRUARY 28, 2019 FROM 7:00-8:30 PM AT BELLEVUE ARTS MUSEUM
OMNIA includes a presentation of METANOIA, an autobiographical body of work created with my mother and sister alongside VR Artist Grant Kirkpatrick and Audio Artist Fritz Rodriguez. What began as a 27,000+ word artist statement in 2016 that mined my family's past and our shared addictions eventually morphed into a sculptural installation, performance piece, and virtual reality memoir. As a part of OMNIA, this multimedia experience will be performed a final time. Audience is limited to 50, RSVP to attend event.