Wanderings & Wonderings: Marissa Bluestone

Saturday, June 2, 2018

Marissa Bluestone, Dykes and Their Modernist Objects, 2016, oil on canvas, 67″ x  48″. Courtesy of the artist.

Marissa Bluestone will read love letters and break-up letters she has written to the works at Storm King Art Center. Certain objects in the Art Center’s collection have lived in Bluestone’s imagination for many years, shaping her connections to art-making. These letters examine the relational experience of art, and how witnessing art objects changes over time. In looking at the works through lenses of love and loss, Bluestone touches on the way these encounters open up new forms and structures of comprehension in human relationships and art.

Marissa Bluestone (b. Englewood, New Jersey) lives and works in Queens. Larrie Gallery in New York City presented a solo show of her work in 2017, and she has had recent work in group shows at Rachel Uffner, the Academy of Arts and Letters, the New School, Etay Gallery, and Left Field Gallery. She has held residencies at Shandanken: Storm King (2017) and Vermont Studio Center (2014). In 2017, she was awarded the John Koch Award by the Academy of Arts and Letters and the Basil Alkazzi Detroit Residency through NYFA. Bluestone is a teaching artist at The Whitney, and holds a BA from Bard College and an MFA from Hunter College.

Presented with Shandaken Projects

Initiated in 2013 by the Storm King Art Center, Wanderings & Wonderings invites visitors to engage with artists in creative and unexpected ways. Participating artists have created tours, maps, performances, poetry and movement workshops, new media, and deeply thoughtful conversations. Since 2015, Wanderings & Wonderings has been co-presented with Shandaken Projects at Storm King, and features select alumni of Shandaken: Storm King and their collaborators.

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