The year-long independent study “The Introvert in the Window” consists of works alternating between essays and paintings. Each piece explores human perception by correlating topics from the sciences, humanities, visual arts, and global culture–all drawn from Nadia Daniels-Moehle’s autodidactic education.
The title “The Introvert in the Window” explores how we can be alone and part of everything, how we can create connections, even separated by glass.
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“Introvert in the Window: a Year-Long Independent Study” Exhibition at Higher Art Gallery
All 26 paintings combine into a 55” x 91” installation formed and interwoven by the Golden Spiral. The installation will be exhibited virtually online and at Higher Art Gallery from October 24-31.
On display in the gallery’s window, during this interactive and socially distant performance art event, Nadia will complete the installation by painting the Golden Spiral over the course of one week. The exhibition invites viewers to interact with the project: watch the spiral unwind, while listening to selected essays from the project, and participate in interactive events throughout the week. And most of all, share your perceptions through the window –whether that glass be technology’s screen or the window of the gallery.
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Learn about my sister project Look Wonder Discover.
Look Wonder discover is a non-profit, our mission is “Cultivating curiosity: researching and creating content supporting literacy, learning, creativity, and contemplation.” LWD is built upon the foundation of The Books For Walls Project, which was established in 2010 and continues to support literacy, libraries, and book love. Learn more about LWD here!
Every single day, from June 21, 2018 to June 20, 2019, 19-year-old Nadia Daniels-Moehle created and completed sketches, portraits, studies of art, and elaborate paintings often including essays which wove together her independent study project CognEYEzant.
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All original art and writing ©Nadia Daniels-Moehle