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famil-E and Nature VS Nurture

June 17 – July 30, 2022
Opening Reception: June 17, 2022 5:30-8:00pm
Abstracted painting of three figures hanging on objects throughout composition.
Sheila Elias
Joyce Elias
Joshua Elias

 

 

 

 

 


Voices & Visions; Standing on the Bridge Between Health and Disease / Ellen Sandor BRCA project in collaboration with Caren Helene Rudman

August 5-September 24, 2022 

Submit on our Open Call for Entry page

Ellen Sandor & (art)n
Caren Helene Rudman, Previving 258

TAC is proud to present our eighth biennial exhibition, Voices & Visions; Standing on the Bridge Between Health and Disease.

The theme expresses how cancer can be a metaphor both literally and symbolically, where we invite artists whose works address the many issues pertaining to cancer, from fear and facing our mortality to finding strength and building community. Whether a survivor, previvor, caregiver, or just someone in someway that has been touched by cancer or the fear of it, we look for art that helps us find meaning and puts into context how pain and suffering can lead to empowerment and healing. In 2022, we are focusing on the need for HOPE!

TAC is excited to partner with Ellen Sandor & (art)n with a collaboration called, “A Burst of Hope”…

“an immersive collage of paintings are interwoven with scientific renderings and a provocative, intergenerational narrative that explores one family’s challenges with overcoming their genetic disposition for the BRCA-Gene.  Drawing inspiration from Ellen Sandor and (art)n’s recent collaboration with Jennifer Doudna, who along with Emmanuelle Carpenter was awarded the Nobel Prize for their discovery of CRISPR, this short film confounds viewers through a journey of strength, hope and beauty.

As heroines of STEM, Doudna and Carpenter became the sixth and seventh women to win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their breakthrough genetics research.  As described by Doudna, CRISPR is used as a gene editing tool to cut DNA at precise places within a cell to replace/repair sequences that may be causing a disease, including autism and cancer.  It is hopeful that it can be used to heal patients diagnosed with the BRCA-Gene, increasing mortality rates and potentially reversing women’s family DNA inheritance to break women free from the cycle of this threatening disease.

As visual artist and curator, Caren Helene Rudman underwent life-saving surgeries as a result of her inherited affliction with the BRCA-Gene. She created an ethereal portfolio capturing her process of grieving, releasing her experience of living under the cloud of hereditary cancers, to inspire other women’s healing journeys through artistic expression.  The juxtaposition of her paintings with the scientific sculptural renderings of CRISPR create a pathway towards recovery that merges art with science.” Ellen Sandor & (art)n


Ruth Weisberg Solo Exhibition 

Sept 30-November 12

In View 

November 18-December 10, 2022

TBD

December 16- January 28