TO RIPPLE WITH WATER
BY BEL FALLEIROS
Sat & Sun, Sept 4 & 5 (12pm - 4pm)
Sat & Sun, Sept 11 & 12 (12pm - 4pm)
Sat & Sun, Sept 18 & 19 (12pm - 4pm)
**FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC**
ABOUT UPSTATE ART WEEKEND
Upstate Art Weekend, a collaboration between The Cronin Gallery, The Dorsky Museum, The Wallkill Valley Land Trust, and Women’s Studio Workshop as Rooted: Art + Land.
A collaborative project that places site-specific installations along the historic Wallkill Valley Rail Trail, linking Rosendale, New Paltz and Gardiner, NY.
The DENIZEN Theatre has partnered with The Cronin Gallery to present this immersive indoor art installation by Brazilian-born artist, Bel Falleiro.
The DENIZEN is honored to give back to the community and provide a free opportunity to experience the work of this renowned local artist.
**No advanced reservation required to attend the art installation**
MEET THE ARTIST
Bel Falleiros is a Brazilian artist whose practice focuses on land, belonging and building space for connection. Starting with her hometown, São Paulo, she has worked to understand how contemporary landscapes, city tissue and its monuments (mis)represent the diverse layers of presence that constitute a place. Walking is core to her practice and fundamental to her first solo show at CAIXA Cultural São Paulo, as well as to her residency at the Sacatar Institute in Bahia, Brazil (2014). Since arriving in the U.S., she has worked to create spaces for grounding and connecting people, including a site-specific installation at Pecos National Park, New Mexico (2016), an earth-work at Burnside Farm, Detroit (2017), sculptures for the garden of Tewa Women United, at the SFAI Equal Justice Residency (2018), and a brick ‘monument’ at Socrates Sculpture Park (2020). Beyond her studio practice, she participates in collaborative projects across the Americas connecting art, education and autonomous thinking. She is currently a More Art Engaging Artist Fellow in New York and a teaching artist at Dia:Beacon.
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