Book Launch: Mnemosyne Atlas

Alexander Provan, The Nature of Things, 2012, digital image

Mnemosyne Atlas Book Launch
Wednesday, June 12, 2013

ICI Curatorial Hub
401 Broadway, Suite 1620
New York, NY 10013

Artist Freya Powell presents Mnemosyne Atlas, an intimate archive and attempt at mapping a collective social memory of 2012. Seen through the contributions of 68 artists, curators, writers, social activists and others, the Atlas brings together individual memories, navigating them through moments of connection and disconnection to chart a year-long narrative that questions the possibility of collective memory.

Alexander Provan, Alyssa Casey, Amy Fung-yi Lee, Ana Conner, Aurora de Armendi, Azikiwe Mohammed, Becky Brown, Bill Phipps, Brandon Finegold, Carey Denniston, Carly French, Chris Pontbriant, Christina Freeman, Christine Shan Shan Hou, Christopher Rivera, Claire DeVoogd, Claudia Peña Salinas, Colin Stearns, Constance DeJong, Daniele Genadry, Denise Carvalho, Elena del Rivero, Elisa Soliven, Erin Sickler, Felicity Hogan, Freya Powell, Gabriel de Guzman, Glen Baldridge, Hank Powell, Irgin Sena, Jane Powell, Jay Muhlin, Jesse Malmed, Katie Cercone, Kerry Downey, Kevin Kelly, Kim Hoeckele, Kiran Chandra, Laura Frantz, Lex Braes, Lia Zaaloff, Linda Miller, Lisa Corinne Davis, Lothar Osterburg, Lotte Allen, Marika Plater, Marta Jovanović, Martin Roth, Matt Dineen, Matthew Bymaster, Misa Jeffereis, Miya Ando, Nadia Haji Omar, Nate Carey, Nobutaka Aozaki, Patricia Dominguez, Paul Ramirez Jonas, Pavel Goldflam, Roman Hrab, Samuel Lang Budin, Sarah Hollars, Sean Paul Gallegos, Seldon Yuan, Sheila Murphy, Tamara Gonzalez, Tara Tabassi, Yevgeniy Fiks, Yi Yunyi, Zachary Powell

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June 12, 2013

401 Broadway, Suite 1620
New York, NY 10013


Freya Powell

Freya Powell is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice incorporates video, photography, bookmaking, and printmaking. She is interested in the imaginative space, making truth felt rather than just telling it. Working with a minimalist aesthetic and the use of abstraction, her work moves beyond documentary status by slowing perception and engaging common experiences.

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