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I’m really excited to be a part of this show. My piece Pixel-eyes will make an offline appearance (1 of 6 pictured above under narrative play).
Also: check out the write up in the Nashville Scene.

Company H. presents:Seven Types of Play
The show’s concept was guided by notion of “play,” specifically through the National Institute for Play’s delineation of seven distinct types: Attunement, Body, Object, Social, Imaginative, Narrative and Transformative. With each artist creating within one type of play, rules operated in place of theme as a structuring element and built continuity through the very act of making.
The seven participating artists, all council members of Co. H, are:• Mika Agari (Fine Art), object play • David Anderson (Fine Art), transformative play • Aaron Harper (Fine Art), imaginative play • Blake Holland (The Film School), narrative play • Zack Rafuls (Fine Art), attunement play • Alexine Rioux (Fine Art), body play • Kayla Saito (Fine Art), social play.
Work will include drawing, painting, video, digital prints, sculpture, performance and social practice.

I’m really excited to be a part of this show. My piece Pixel-eyes will make an offline appearance (1 of 6 pictured above under narrative play).

Also: check out the write up in the Nashville Scene.

Company H. presents:
Seven Types of Play

The show’s concept was guided by notion of “play,” specifically through the National Institute for Play’s delineation of seven distinct types: Attunement, Body, Object, Social, Imaginative, Narrative and Transformative. With each artist creating within one type of play, rules operated in place of theme as a structuring element and built continuity through the very act of making.

The seven participating artists, all council members of Co. H, are:
• Mika Agari (Fine Art), object play 
• David Anderson (Fine Art), transformative play 
• Aaron Harper (Fine Art), imaginative play 
• Blake Holland (The Film School), narrative play 
• Zack Rafuls (Fine Art), attunement play 
• Alexine Rioux (Fine Art), body play 
• Kayla Saito (Fine Art), social play.

Work will include drawing, painting, video, digital prints, sculpture, performance and social practice.

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