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Exhibition | Artists in Residence

  • Arts Letters & Numbers 1543 Burden Lake Road Averill Park, NY, 12018 USA (map)

This Friday we invite you all to join us for an evening exhibition around the House on the Hill: Under the tree, in the Barn and on the grass Field. The exhibition will show works created over the last few weeks by our current residents Kirsty Badenoch, Yingting Cui, Emily Fitzell & James Rogers. It will be our first Artist in Residents exhibition this fall and we hope to share it with all of you! 


Suggested donation: $5



AMBULITHICS (or the act of squaring stone circles)

by Emily Fitzell and James Rogers

The project brings together their respective practices as writer and architect to explore the possibilities of ritual and myth in contemporary place making. Using their bodies as a tool of measurement, they have cast twelve concrete cubes along the line of a circle in the clearing behind the House on the Hill. The combination of these geometric forms presents an uncertain space, at once bound and unbound, familiar and unfamiliar. 



DAIKYOU: May the Mountain Gods Take These Away

by Yingting Cui

This therapeutic installation piece responds to an incident two days before coming to ALN. A traditional O-mikuji is a form of fortune telling temples provide in Japan. The work aims to transform traumatic experience into an alternative commune safe space. 




by Kirsty Badenoch

Kirsty is an architect and artist working with experimental drawing and cartography. She has spent the last three weeks with ALN developing a series of drawings around themes of landscape process and fluidity. Tracing time, memory and movement through mappings and narrative encounters, the drawings take departure from actual islands that are currently disappearing underwater due to sea level rises. In situations of extreme unpredictability of nature, her drawings explore the fluidity of architecture, landscape and the collective memory of a community, capturing a moment in time upon paper.

Earlier Event: August 25
Open Mic
Later Event: September 9
Swing and Blues with Joshua Fialkoff