2011: All of existence can be understood as a relationship. Alan Watts posited that our physical world is a system of inseparable things where everything exists with everything else. In this system of metasystems, each relationship aggregates with many, giving form to the universe. And within this pattern, even the most seemingly disparate of elements ultimately reveal themselves to be conjoined and interwoven. Is it coincidence that the world is made up of undividable opposites? I seek to examine how this relates to that.
In a life-sized Rorschach-esque diorama. I’ve collaged together mirror images of basketball players in motion, illustrating that when we accept that the universe runs off a blind energy, this can cause a very insular worldview. We form teams and then we form opponents. The opponents occasionally rise to meet each other in pursuit of the same goal, bifurcating and mirroring one another, each existing because of and for the other.
In layering these images/pieces in a space, I aim to work towards total awareness of connectedness and order, while demystifying the idea of the cosmic fluke. I have chosen to identify and explore sites of mirroring and convergence to highlight the relationship points that bind us, and the universe, together.
2007: In this primitive multi-media performance involving activated installation, the artists approach the subjects of alienation, wonder and love in modern life with humor & optimism.
2003: These paintings started out as conversations. They are less about music itself and more about the significance of music as a landmark in our lives. I've made a visual list based on the answers to my question, "What are your top five favorite records?" These paintings come from these lists, the conversations, as well as my own personal collection of favorites. The album cover is a point on a time line and accesses memories of who we were and what we were doing at that time. This work is a testament to our personal soundtracks and our record collections as our personal and combined history.
Lisa Choinacky was Invited by lead artist, Anne Massoni.
In part diary/pen-pal exchange, in part a reflection on social media, Y&M2 shares the lives of four women over the course of one year.
The project includes Anne Massoni, Lisa Choinacky, Chelsy Usher and Jennifer Massoni Pardini.