NAVA

10.5 – 10.21, 2018


 

 

nava

(F)-(M) /noun/verb/adjective/geography/universals


1. language is one method of human communication, faith(s), self, identity and healing properties. Nava is a namesake that intersects, region, nation, cultural landscapes, vexillology, and lineage.

2. transformations and signage is the cornerstone that(‘s) bring(s) [ing] object(s) to the foreground celebrating multiplicity and connecting community.

3. a concept that enters a plain of nothingness.

4. lover, friend, human adult plant.

5. a feudal tenant sound.

6. pencil monochrome diagram, protective process coating or as decoration.

7. treeless plateau (-) one, two or three forms representing.

 

Marking up (poking prodding and underlining) margins of pages +

and stowing away these pages like a magpie =

an architectural coping mechanism for overwhelming feeling of linguistic indignity

 

an exhibition by: JLM

treatise by: Asha Sheshadri

 

 

Billy Dufala
http://dufalabrothers.com/

http://rairphilly.org

Charles Hall
http://www.charleshallstudio.com/

Caroline Kent
http://www.carolinekent.com/

Sam Mapp
http://www.sammapp.com/

Carolyn Jean Martin
https://carolynjeanmartin.com/

Evan Nabrit
https://evannabrit.wordpress.com/

Jordan Seaberry
http://www.jordanseaberry.com/

Alexandria Smith
https://www.alexandriasmith.com/

 

 

Opening –  First Friday, 10.5.2018, 6:00 – 9:00 pm
Gallery Hours: Saturdays & Sundays, 2:00 – 6:00 pm, or by appointment.

 

 

NAPOLEON is an artist-run exhibition space that strives to provide a platform for new work and new ideas.

 

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