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Erica Prince
To Sit Rather Than Slip In
February 7- March 2, 2014

A female protagonist has designed all the essential aspects of her life- minimal prototypes with subtly suggested uses in the realms of spirituality, sexuality, self-reflection and beauty. In this exhibition Prince continues to postulate the possibilities of the future, but the focus has shifted from architecture to objects of a more domestic and personal nature. The circle re-appears throughout the exhibition, a reminder of the self and the universe in various states of wholeness, balance, and understanding.

In conjunction with the exhibition, Prince will host an event entitled Some Sense of Comfort with Some Sense of Confusion featuring a guided meditation and talk by Michael Carroll, followed by a reading and re-imagining of Anias Nin’s Delta of Venus by Melissa Daum. The event will take place in AUX on February 23, from 3-6pm. Click here for more info

Erica Prince is an Adjunct Professor at The University of The Arts, Tyler School of Art, and Arcadia University. She received her MFA in Painting from Tyler School of Art in 2012, and her BFA in Printmaking from Maryland Institute College of Art in 2007. Prince has exhibited internationally and has attended residencies at The Vermont Studio Center, Basekamp, and The Fabric Workshop and Museum Apprenticeship Program. To Sit Rather Than Slip In is Prince’s first member exhibition at Vox Populi.