ENTERCONNECTIVITY was a group exhibition on view from September 12 - 29, 2018 in The Commons Gallery at New York University. It featured student artists: Elizabeth Choh, Monique Muse, Kaylee Reynolds and Alston Watson.

Please see below for the official show description:
ENTERCONNECTIVITY explores the different avenues of interconnectivity within our live, both negative and positive and in the context of a variety of relationships. Conceptually, the work presents a plethora of experiences that exemplify some mode of connectivity. More specifically, it aims to highlight how we form connections in our lives, be it in the context of home, or within our various diverse and eclectic communities. Beyond that, ENTERCONNECTIVITY acknowledges the natural and sometiems inevitable interactions that enter our lives and link us mentally and physically. In exploring these ideas, the exhibition displays artwork of various media, including sculptures and ceramic forms documenting or enabling connections, as well as paintings, photo and video, that depict the experience of connectivity with ourselves, each other and with the outside world.
Below are images of some the pieces that I included in the show.
LEFT: "Unfinished, Unfocused" (2018) Oil on Canvas, 20" x 24"
RIGHT: "Connect How?" (2018) Oil on Canvas, 24" x 30"

"Screens & FaceTime" (2018)
Digital Photographic Prints, 17" x 22"

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