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Last days to view the 4person show up at Praxis Chelsea!:
praxis do you see the picture
I have recent small and medium works from my Prayers and Weaves series on view. Please go by to see/touch them in person. So many wishes and intentions for our evolving world.:)
Praxis Chelsea
451 West 25th St. between 10th and 11th Ave, NYC
Hours 10-6 Tues-Sat through Oct 25th
More about the show on Artsy.com : https://artsy.net/post/editorial-praxis-asks-do-you-see-the-picture
Out of area collectors may view a selection on 1st Dibs: https://www.1stdibs.com/creators/darlene-charneco-united-states/art/
As usual 10% of my income from sales of artworks is donated to support the important work of this wishlist of global charities: http://avad.livejournal.com/272942.html Thank you so much for helping make these positive ripples grow. -Darlene
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photos from the opening reception of my show Self-Assembling MemoryPalace at Christina Ray:) Please come see the new works in person at 30 Grand Street NYC! Gallery hours are Wed-Sun 12-6

more photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/christinaraygallery/sets/72157625854582002/
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See works in Philadelphia- February
Cyburb D, (resin, nails, mixed media on wood)

A selection of my mixedmedia resin works are currently featured in the show 'Thinking Small' at Pentimenti Gallery in Philadelphia. The show runs from Feb2- 28th, please stop by and/or spread the word if you can! http://www.pentimenti.com/main.php

145 North Second St.
Philadelphia, PA 19106

PHONE: +1.215.625.9990
E-MAIL: mail@pentimenti.com

Owner - Director

GALLERY HOURS: Tuesday by appointment, Wednesday - Friday 11 AM to 5 PM, Saturday noon to 5 PM.
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Brave New World show/ Solar
Jane, me, Lauren at the reception

Black Rock City, Yuan Ming Yuan, and Islands of Common Interest
Brave New World show/ Solar

Arnaldo Morales with his sculptures/Weapons of Mass Seduction
Brave New World show/ Solar
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Travelled by Chinatown Bus to get to Philly for the opening of my show at Pentimenti Gallery.
'Virtual Migration' is on view in the project room- go check it out if you're nearby!
Show dates are Feb1-Mar3, 2007.

Brent and I walked around Philly- it was freezing cold and raining a lot...but still so nice to get a change of scenery...
I like this place- Used bookshops and galleries and artworkshops and mosaic madness ohmY:).
Wish we had more time..so much more to see/do.
I fell in love the first day with the sweeeeetest lil elephant in the window of the soon-to-be-opened
Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia on Cherry Street.
He breathes!! There is a speaker nearby with the sound, and he inflates and deflates a little bit as you watch!
soooo sweeeet. Can i keep him, huh, can I???
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ok finally! here are some pics (I couldn't think to take any at the opening- wish I had but I was way too overwhelmed and talking to everyone- so we went back to get some installation shots a few days later). Here's the accompanying text:

December 10 - Jan 27, 2007
Darlene Charneco: Gameland
Reception: Thursday Dec 14, 6-8pm

Morgan Lehman is pleased to present Gameland, an exhibition of new mixed media works by Darlene Charneco.

Through the images in Gameland, Charneco continues to explore the meeting points of real life and virtual life, concepts mined in earlier exhibitions with Morgan Lehman Gallery, Everywhere and Cyburbia. In this exhibition, Charneco investigates social networks and the gradual reorganization of information on the web into shareable and intuitively navigable 3D spaces. She is inspired by the blurring boundaries between dream and waking activities, the implications of our rapidly increasing interconnectivity and the evolution of an accessible collective memory.

Ms. Charneco's work draws on a number of sources, including network theory, geographic information systems, video games, virtual worlds, childhood toys and educational tools. It is informed by her research and participation in online communities such as Myspace, LiveJournal and Flickr and an experimental community project called BetterWorldIsland within the 3D virtual world of SecondLife.

Ms. Charneco uses household nails, acrylic, enamel, glitter, model houses and trees, and multiple layers of resin to create 3-dimensional artworks which represent various aspects of these visualizations.

"From an aerial view, it is hard to ignore the similarities of our cities and roads to the internal structures of large and complex organism. One might consider the Web as a growing nervous system, full of sensors, gathering and sending information to and fro."

"What is our role within this organism?"

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