Please join us January 12 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for the opening of "Inside/Outside" a body of work by artist Nico Larsen.
Nico's work will be on display in the ZACC Hallway Gallery for the entire month of January. If you are unable to attend the opening, her works can be viewed anytime during regular business hours Monday - Saturday 11 am - 6 pm.
Statement for Inside/Outside:
How can the dead thoughts be studied or depicted?
white petals, yarn, coins, lush ground, all of the little bad things that culminate
Do people visiting gravesites leave behind and keep alive energy of the dead?
Atrophy as a decline into chaos. The dead can think & you think of the grave as a
Decomposition is how we inherit knowledge from the dead.
It could be imagined as a body in growth and decay or as a house (a room) in constant
Death is a process
Segments- when do you come back around? You catch up or stay with
A house (a grave) shelters daydreaming, the house protects the dreamer, the house
allows one to dream in peace. By finding that there are no true opposites reveals the
connection of all Selves. Opposites aren’t tied together via reference only, but within
the cycle/circle on which they flow.
Gravesites as cocoons-
nerve cells die in 3 to 7 minutes
kidneys, liver, heart die in 30 minutes
skin cells, less than 12 hours.
Your body grows into another after 7 years or after death. What will be your
the body is in the ground, the body is inside a room, a house, your house. the body is
changing, looking, and uncertain. the Body is you and you are uncertain and your name will change.
To inquire about artworks please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or go to nicolarsen.com