06 August 2016 – 07 October 2016
Timing: 10.00 am – 6.30 pm Monday – Saturday

Featured Artist

“It is worse to stay where one does not belong at all than to wander about lost for a while and looking for the psychic and soulful kinship one requires” -- Women who run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola. Taking off from the seminal text by the Jungian analyst Clarissa Pinkola, Red Moon Songs intends to posit a space for thinking and being, one where feminine energies contemplate ways of being and ways of reclaiming kindred spirits through the medium of artistic expression. The exhibition reflects a collection of works not just by ‘woman artists’ because creating gender binaries can often be reductive, but by artists exploring feminine spirits and energies irrespective of their gender. The title of the exhibition, Red Moon Songs, is derived referencing ancient Mother-Goddess rituals as a form of revival and celebration of the feminine principal.The exhibition will be showcasing a variety of media from paintings, video installations and sculptures to other mixed media work, including a few performances for opening night. The intention is to underscore not just the end product but the process of searching for one’s place of belonging, the journey being all important as much as the destination that lies ahead.