Monday, September 30, 2013

Spotlight on Cadence

Cadence Pop-up Gallery will be participating for the second year in a row this Art Fallout with Adaptation, an exhibition as part of Cadence's on going program to contribute multi-disciplinary art projects to the growing fabric of FATVillage and the downtown Fort Lauderdale area. Frankie Dogs Gourmet Veggie Dogs & Roc Kat Ice Cream Co. will be on hand serving up fresh food for gourmet meat lover, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free fanatics.
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Cadence, 435 N. Andrews Ave

Cadence is a Landscape Architecture, Urban Design and Planning practice located within FAT Village Arts District in Fort Lauderdale, FL. We believe in a model that nurtures growth and promotes a cross-pollination of ideas. Our approach erases traditional industry divisions to fuel collaboration and free creativity, recognizing that great ideas can spark anywhere.

Cadence Pop Up Gallery

ad·ap·ta·tion - 1) An alteration or adjustment in structure or habits, often hereditary, by which a species or individual improves its condition in relationship to its environment 2) Change in behavior of a person or group in response to new or modified surroundings

The only thing for certain is change. How we adapt to the future is a mystery, what creatures may enter our world and what common ones that we take for granted will be extinct? How will we coexist alongside them?

Cadence will feature a selection of the thought provoking work by Judith Berk King. Her futuristic hand drawings in "A Portfolio of Biological Aberrations" will bend the viewers mind and hopefully ignite discussion of the human impact on the creatures around us. Susan Michele's solo piece "Wisp" will remind viewers we are not alone, our world is one of co-existances, intertwined by the countless strands of connection.
  • Judith Berk King: “As an artist, I focus on the creation and display of curious zoological and botanical structures. The objects constructed may live somewhere in the present or may exist in the future. The style of the work may be contemporary or recall the work of scientific illustrators of the past, transcending time. Through re-imagination and distortion, I invite the viewer to examine and interpret the ambiguous and sometimes disquieting forms that inhabit these works.”
  • Susan Michele: “Susan Michele sculpts in many different materials - including porcelain, gypsum, wood and stone. Limited editions of her sculptures have been re-created in bronze and resin. Susan's sculptural style ranges from the figurative abstract to pure modernism. She is passionate about creating both fine art and functional art pieces. Her work has been exhibited throughout the country and many pieces are currently in private collections. Susan's sculpture studio is located in Fort Lauderdale.” 

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