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lou anne colodny, CiRCA

Apr 7th - May 19th, 2024
OPENING RECEPTION : Sunday, Apr 7th, 4 - 6PM
CLOSING BRUNCH : Sunday, May 19th, Noon - 3PM


"CiRCA" is discovered in the future — It's a blurring of FACT and FICTION. Like Speculative Fiction, it doesn't exist in reality – but emerges here to protect and preserve. (MIAMI 2250) BREAKING NEWS: An archeological complex has emerged around Biscayne Bay after the great floods recede. The enormous dwelling harkens back through the ages... resembling cairns, grottos, spiritual places. It's unexplainable and enigmatic – there are no records suggesting who, why, or when it was created. A timeline exists within the structure in the form of balled up "papier-mâché rocks" from 2020 newspapers: "The Miami Herald", "The Sun-Sentinel" and "The New York Times." It is an interactive space. Many objects are scattered throughout. A hidden grotto offers seating and nature sounds are discernible. This "unique and mysterious archeological discovery" has endured the plaque of 2020, the rising sea levels and the carnage of climate change. Hidden from sight only to emerge again in human consciousness. The relics of the past transcending into the future.


lou anne colodny's experiences in dance, theater and museum administration have greatly informed her artistic life. She has been working as an artist since her departure from the non-profit world. Creating installations, video, drawings and multi-media works have become her passion. She has received many prestigious awards throughout her career including the Cultural Consortium Fellowship in the Visual and Media Arts for Broward County in 2008, and again in 2023. Her works are in the Permanent Collections at MAM (Miami Museum of Art), Miami, Florida; the Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, Florida; MoCA, Museum of Contemporary Art Optic Nerve archive, North Miami, Florida; Miami-Dade Community College, Miami- Dade Public Library Collection, and the Okaloosa-Walton College, Niceville, Florida. Colodny was the Founding director of MoCA, Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami, FL. and director of its precursor COCA for 15 years. Presently colodny runs "under the bridge art space" in North Miami.

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