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Astri Swendsrud: Entr’acte

All Things Project @ Neighborhood Church of Greenwich Village
269 Bleecker Street, 212.691.1770
Greenwich Village
April 9 - May 29, 2010
Reception: Friday, April 9, 7 - 9 PM
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All Things Project is pleased to announce Astri Swendsrud: Entr’acte, a one-person exhibition of new work opening April 9, 2010.

In place of explanation, Samuel W. Kho, curator at All Things Project, gives the following statement about the exhibition:

Entr’acte means “Between-act”. Entr’acte is preferred over intermission. Entr’acte stood on its own. Entr’acte became Furniture Music. Entr’acte is Furnishing Music. Entr’acte is belief. Entr’acte is stripped-down action. Entr’acte is not black or white. Entr’acte can be sinister. Entr’acte can be frivolous.

About the Artist Los Angeles-based artist Astri Swendsrud received her MFA in Art from CalArts, Valencia, CA and her undergraduate degree in Art from Northwestern College, St. Paul, MN. Her work has been exhibited in solo and group shows nationally, including at The Pacific Design Center, Black Dragon Society and COMA Alternative Space in Los Angeles; The Suburban and Spoke Gallery in Chicago; and The Soap Factory in Minneapolis. This is her first exhibition in New York City. Swendsrud’s work investigates the intersection of perceptual and phenomenological experience with personal association and interpretive methodologies. Her drawings and installation environments create fictionalized spaces of display and interaction, such as theatrical venues, social gatherings, and domestic interiors, focusing on atmosphere, architecture, and décor. More info at:

ASTRI SWENDSRUD: ENTR’ACTE is the second of four exhibitions curated by Samuel W. Kho for All Things Project in 2010. The curatorial appointment, in its second year, is made possible by generous grants and gifts. All Things Project and its gallery are part of the Neighborhood Church of Greenwich Village (NCGV), a house of worship that unabashedly supports cutting-edge visual practices, thoughtful lectures, as well as music and spoken word performances. More info at and

Opening reception: 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., Friday, April 9th, 2010 (Artist talk with curator: 8:00 p.m., Friday, April 9th, 2010)

Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Friday, 12:00 – 5:00 p.m., Saturday, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (or by appointment)
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