May 8- May 21, 2013
Curated by Stefania Carrozzini
ONISHI GALLERY: 521 West 26th Street New York, NY 10001
t. 212.695.8035 www.onishiproject.com
Gallery hours: Tuesday – Saturday 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
May 8 – May 21, 2013
Thursday, May 9 – 6:00- 8:00 pm
Stefania Capobianco – Alessandro Carnevale – Amy Cohen Banker – Haim Elisha – Laura Facchini Tamar Hirschl – Don Lisy – Agnieszka Nowinska – Marc Ross – Chiara Maresca – Nandor Stamenkovits
Everything is energy: this statement suggests that there is nothing more to add. We are energy, things are energy….but what is energy? Talking about art, art is the greatest form of energy invented by humans to communicate the deepest part of themselves, creating new shapes and languages. “It’s All About Energy” opens a lively debate between two aspects of knowledge, material and immaterial. Art is pure energy and transmits frequencies of the soul, the body and the mind-heart, through material, color, thought, words, space, sound and movement, shakes us from daily torpor, enlightens our existence, gives value to our actions. It transforms and creates new worlds. It’s desire to merge with the infinite and return the marvelous harmony of creation in various forms. Everything is energy: our breath, the waves of the sea, body, mind, sound and heart. Energy is the movement, coinciding with individual inspiration, that gives light to all physical dimensions. Art is the joy of spirit and the senses, queen of the ecosystem, energy in its’ existential pure state and a true renewable resource, since its’ source is inexhaustible and belongs to all human beings.
Energy is the source of life and nourishment, is essential for new ethics and aesthetics in the harmonious development of the planet. It is the driving force that generates vision. The energy that passes through us and of which we are made creates the present time and builds the future. (S.C)