Axcessart to Present Nonotak New York USA Debut, 1/17

On January 17, 2014 from 7:30 - 10:30 p.m. at Fowler Arts Collective located at 67 West Street, Brooklyn, AxcessArt-New York's artist showcase from the combined creative efforts of curators Vanessa Fernandez and Jerry Gomez-presents NONOTAK NEW YORK, featuring the works of artist/illustrator Noémi Schipfer and architect/musician Takami Nakamoto. The duo creates controlled sound and light environments in which viewers can fully interact with the work. NONOTAK NEW YORK is AxcessArt's third exhibition presented in New York City, and will run from January 17th through January 19th, 2014 at the Fowler Arts Collective in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

NONOTAK installations obscure their methods of construction, creating ethereal and dreamlike environments meant to envelope the viewer between space and light. Spectators are encouraged to touch, walk into, and submerge themselves in the altered and otherworldly environments created by NONOTAK. WIRED has described NONOTAK's installations as making the viewer "lose all sense of space" and "ultimately breaking the audience from reality." Each NONOTAK installation is site-specific, and for the premiere exhibition in New York City, NONOTAK will also present ten mixed media pieces that are a conceptual intersection of traditional two-dimensional works and NONOTAK installations.

"We are thrilled to be able to introduce NONOTAK to the U.S. Their installations are so innovative and experiential, we know that their work and aesthetic will be embraced by New York," says Fernandez. "Not only is this a great opportunity for NONOTAK to be seen by an entirely new audience, it is also a big step for AxcessArt to premiere new work by international artists."




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