Artist run gallery space working with emerging and mid-career artists focusing on interdisciplinary art that is smart and subversive. Our aim is to challenge the institutional expectation of a gallery space, including the physical space that SINE Gallery itself occupies, and promote artwork that is both conceptual in idea and form. The artists at SINE Gallery will transcend beyond the known by thematically translating the world in which we live through an alternate lens.
Schedule of Events
Pule/Trigger Live Presidential Results Screening: November 8, 8pm – Midnight
Pulse/Trigger Opening Reception: November 12, 6-9pm
Pulse/Trigger Black Lives Matter Panel: November 18, 8pm – 10pm
Surreal Surrender Opening Reception: December 17, 6-9pm
Deconstructed Gallery Opening Reception: January 21, 6-10pm
About the Curators
Katie Hector – katiehector.com
Katie Hector is a multimedia artist whose work addresses themes such as interfaces, performative gesture, and the internet. As well as maintaining a studio practice Hector has worked to organize, fundraise, and curate a variety of projects, which include group shows, collaborative installations, and pop up events. She received her BFA from the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University and currently works and resides in New York City. Hector has guest lectured at Mason Gross 2015 and 2016 on the topic of professional development. Katie Hector’s studio practice has gained her recognition through scholarships, residencies, and awards some of which include the 2016 Merit-Based Scholarship from Urban Glass, the 2016 Trestle Residency: Open Studio Program, the 2014 Scott Cagenello Memorial-Prize, and the 2013 Ruth Crockett Award.
Patricia Brace – patriciabrace.com
Raised in Cherryfield, Maine, Brace is an interdisciplinary artist whose work includes performance art, new media, and installation. Her work addresses the relationship between dance, current events, and basic comparative psychology. Brace teaches at Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University and has forthcoming exhibitions at This Friday Next Friday Gallery and Ortega Y Gasset in Brooklyn and The Institute of Contemporary Art in Portland, Maine. Brace’s work has been shown at No Holds Barred, Gary Snyder Project Space, and SOHO 20 in New York and Smack Mellon, Public Address Gallery, and Trestle Gallery in Brooklyn. She is the recipient of the Giza Daniels Endesha Award, the Ray Stark Film Prize, and the Leon Golub Scholarship, and the co-founder of Sine Gallery and Groundwork Residency.