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Date(s) - 10/28/22
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

KINK Contemporary


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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28 – Private Viewing of Sculptural Imprints

Date and time: Friday, October 28, 2022 @ 5:00 – 7:00pm

Location: KINK Contemporary, 15515 Waterloo Road, Cleveland, OH 44110

Registration: Free; register here.

Please join us for a private viewing of Sculptural Imprints, a group print exhibition that questions what defines a print, curated by Patricia Brett (M. Arch, 1990). This private event is open to Yale alumni and their invited guests.

Wine and light refreshments will be served starting at 5:00pm. Artists will be on hand to answer questions and speak about their work, beginning at 5:30. Please RSVP with number of attendees.

Free parking is available in the lot just west of KINK (across from the Sunoco station).

Sculptural Imprints features artists Patricia Brett, Emmy Bright, Kat Burdine, Leigh Garcia, Susanna Harris, Taryn McMahon and Maddie McSweeney. These artists are redefining printmaking by creating works that challenge the traditional notion of a two-dimensional print on paper. Collectively, they explore the surfaces on which they print, manipulate the page, and engage space with their printed works. Independently, their works explore important issues such as grief, queer identity, bi-racial family histories, and the environment.

Patricia Brett is an artist and former architect. She has a Master of Architecture from Yale University, where she received the Sonia Albert Schimberg Prize, and a BS in Architecture from The Ohio State University. A sculptor, painter and printmaker, her explorations in bas-relief, particularly her cast relief prints, blur the boundaries between sculpture and printmaking.

Prior to focusing on the visual arts, Patricia founded Veronica Brett, the first line of designer swimwear for breast cancer survivors. Sculptural Imprints marks her curatorial debut.

KINK Contemporary is a gallery and experimental exhibition space located within the Waterloo Arts District in Cleveland, Ohio. Founded in 2019 by Anna Young and McKenzie Beynon, KINK focuses on innovative and bold contemporary work and strives to promote both established and emerging contemporary artists.