Quantcast
Photo courtesy of Forma 110

Forma110 presents "Happiness," an exhibition featuring the newest works from acclaimed Mexican artist, Miriam Medrez. The exhibition consists of a series of 14 black fabric and white lace sculptures weaving a elevated narrative of symmetry and spirituality.

For Mendrez, the search for happiness carries with it a sign of enlightened thought: yoga instruction as a way of expanding consciousness and how spirituality has developed in the western world as the image of the woman. Through these two core concepts, this has brought the means to achieve the artist’s inner peace. These sculptures represent the body and its spirituality as it has been understood in contemporary culture and in particular inside the experience of the women that are able to utilize avenues of exploring themselves in these areas.

In these works such representation had to be black, since the body in western society begs to be voided in order to achieve transcendental meaning. Hand in hand such a transcendence had to be written in white since the soul that reverbs and overflows its body is like a mantra, both silence and expansion, with lace overlapping and stepping over its shadow.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 21.

Forma110 presents "Happiness," an exhibition featuring the newest works from acclaimed Mexican artist, Miriam Medrez. The exhibition consists of a series of 14 black fabric and white lace sculptures weaving a elevated narrative of symmetry and spirituality.

For Mendrez, the search for happiness carries with it a sign of enlightened thought: yoga instruction as a way of expanding consciousness and how spirituality has developed in the western world as the image of the woman. Through these two core concepts, this has brought the means to achieve the artist’s inner peace. These sculptures represent the body and its spirituality as it has been understood in contemporary culture and in particular inside the experience of the women that are able to utilize avenues of exploring themselves in these areas.

In these works such representation had to be black, since the body in western society begs to be voided in order to achieve transcendental meaning. Hand in hand such a transcendence had to be written in white since the soul that reverbs and overflows its body is like a mantra, both silence and expansion, with lace overlapping and stepping over its shadow.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 21.

Forma110 presents "Happiness," an exhibition featuring the newest works from acclaimed Mexican artist, Miriam Medrez. The exhibition consists of a series of 14 black fabric and white lace sculptures weaving a elevated narrative of symmetry and spirituality.

For Mendrez, the search for happiness carries with it a sign of enlightened thought: yoga instruction as a way of expanding consciousness and how spirituality has developed in the western world as the image of the woman. Through these two core concepts, this has brought the means to achieve the artist’s inner peace. These sculptures represent the body and its spirituality as it has been understood in contemporary culture and in particular inside the experience of the women that are able to utilize avenues of exploring themselves in these areas.

In these works such representation had to be black, since the body in western society begs to be voided in order to achieve transcendental meaning. Hand in hand such a transcendence had to be written in white since the soul that reverbs and overflows its body is like a mantra, both silence and expansion, with lace overlapping and stepping over its shadow.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 21.

WHEN

WHERE

Forma 110
1824 Spring St.
#109
Houston, TX 77007

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
All events are subject to change due to weather or other concerns. Please check with the venue or organization to ensure an event is taking place as scheduled.