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Unified Love Movement

chashama Donnell Library Window Space
20 West 53rd St, New York, NY
October 29 - November 28, 2010
Reception: Friday, October 29, 6 - 9 PM
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chashama presents Unified Love Movement, a group exhibition featuring:

Garrison Buxton Alison Buxton Scott Draves Leo Villareal

Unified Love Movement portrays four figures from four of the world’s faiths – Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, and Judaism.  Each is transmitting their love, energy, and prayer to their respective godheads.  Though superficial differences do exist, these religions share profound similarities at their cores, including messages of tolerance, sharing, compassion, forgiveness, and infinite love.  To depict the infinite openness of the divine without overusing conventional religious references, the Buxtons chose to represent Metatron, the celestial scribe and messenger of the divine, in its sacred geometric form.  Emanating from the center of the exhibit, the geometric LED array of Villareal subtly pulses cool white light while Draves’ vivid, bleeding-edge Electric Sheep projections undulate infinitely colored waves over all who choose to engage.
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