Prune Nourry’s Immersive “Anima” Exhibition at The Invisible Dog

Turning a contemporary Mayan myth into a multi-sensory walk-in sculpture

For eight years now, sculptor Prune Nourry has been fascinated by what she refers to as “the frontier between the human and the animal.” This exploration, as well as the concept of soul, has infused her works from inspiration to execution. Her latest exhibition, “Anima” at Brooklyn’s The Invisible Dog, continues along this path—in grand form. The installation is one large-scale immersive experience, composed of …

2Fik Museum at The Invisible Dog

Iconic works remade in a reflection on identity

Currently on view at The Invisible Dog in Brooklyn, artist 2Fik presents “2Fik Museum,” a collection of photographic works that take inspiration from classical paintings. At first glance the works might seem derivative or even downright gimmicky, but 2Fik is able to elevate the familiar trick to create an earnest dialogue. By raising questions about identity, voyeurism and canonical art, 2Fik’s humorous portraits are something …

Veal

Opera, dance and industrial design in Harrison Atelier's latest show at The Invisible Dog

Opening tonight, 7 February 2013, at The Invisible Dog in Brooklyn, “Veal” is a multidisciplinary performance that marries unlikely traditions from opera to industrial design. Thematically, the show plays off of the notion of the “industrial animal,” looking at the process from artificial insemination to life in confinement and finally to the overwhelming cycle that is modern food production. Design collective Harrison Atelier created instruments …