When: Mondays-Fridays. Continues through Dec. 13
Looking back in order to look forward is the modus operandi of the International Society of Antiquaries, a league of five artists: Sarah Potter, Kyle Cottier, Olivia Baldwin, Elisa Pritzker, and Greg Slick. Their show at SUNY Ulster's Muroff-Kotler has works on paper, painting, sculpture, and installation speaking "to the importance of understanding our past in order to comprehend who we are as a species." Slick's small stone sculptures with primal drawings pecked into their surfaces—looking like finds from a particularly successful archeological dig—are a good place to begin your visit.
Other Details:The International Society of Antiquaries are a group of 5 artists who have put together a group show titled Collective Expeditions. The show will feature painting, sculpture, installation, and a performance event. Although the artists have diverse practices, the work fits together in complex and interesting ways that speak to the importance of understanding our past--sometimes as far back as prehistory--in order to comprehend who we are as a species. “Our goal is to look back in order to look forward." Artists include Olivia Baldwin, Kyle Cottier, Sarah Potter, Elisa Pritzger and Greg Slick.