New York Art
Water, sky, sand, warmth, refraction, hands, lips, breasts, ocean, touch, light dancing on the female form. These words describe the debut solo exhibition of multi-media artist Allison Harrell at The Ward Nasse Gallery in New York City.
On March 29, 2016, The Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling welcomed No Longer Empty for its annual benefit, The Journey Continues.
They are 40 weird sci-fiesque stories I wrote. I used voice bunny.com. You can get actors from all over the world to read anything for you. I told them "Read it like Hal 9000 from 2001: A Space Odyssey."
"I define myself as an in-situ artist, it's a mix of land art and street art. But for me it's the same, to turn a place into a state of mind."
"They are different contrasts between good and bad, it's about contradicting elements. I like mixing the two different elements because it creates new stories out of it."
"I'm interested in the human interaction because that's what we deal with every day. I'm trying to heighten that experience for myself. If I choose to do this, what's the ripple effect?"