You are invited to the opening reception for the exhibition at Green Kill of Terry Huber on Saturday, December 1, from 5 to 9. Refreshments will be served.
There will be a special performance at the reception by Line Eldi of the band Line on Some Trip (L.O.S.T.) at 6:30 pm for 30 minutes. The exhibition is on view from December 1 to 29, 2018. Best viewing hours are Tuesday-Saturday 3-6 PM. Green Kill hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 3-9 PM.
About Terry Huber
Painting is my spiritual practice. Utilizing spontaneous and automatic painting techniques, I enter into an ecstatic state of consciousness. The undulating colors and forms become a window into a spiritual dimension where my imagination is allowed to play freely without restriction. By entering into this trance state, I lose touch with concrete analytical thinking and become more aware of deep emotions and subconscious thoughts and feelings. This is then transcribed into the language of painting. The rhythmic dancing colors take the viewer on a spiritually transcendent visionary experience. It is my hope that my paintings will act as a catalyst for others and help initiate and develop this transformative process in each individual and in society as a whole.
About Line Eldi
Born and raised in the suburbs of Paris, Line grew up in a muslim immigrant family from Syria and Palestine. She travelled across Europe and lived in England, Italy, Scotland and Hungary where she found many human and artistic inspirations. She moved to NYC in 2014 and started her official musical project. With a soft voice that can turn into a storm of rage and strumming strings, Line tackles the topic of depression caused by the consumption society. She composes Post-punk and Antifolk sometimes psychedelic songs with simple and quirky lyrics full of irony. “Music is a tool that helps me tame my anger and achieve self and death acceptance.”