Kate Drendel, Yasue Maetake, and Brian Shabaglian
d-k-m-a | 701 Woodward Ave
Brown hair, straight, shoulder length tied into a ponytail. She’s been sitting in the red booth for some time before now. Settled, facing away. The red booth on the left, on the lefthand side seat; that’s where she sits. That’s where she sits having thoughts, facing away.
A uniform glass filled with 7UP and ice cubes. A glass object containing a volume of clear colored liquid and frozen pieces of tap water. Filtered carbonated water, high fructose corn syrup, citric acid, potassium citrate, natural flavors, calcium disodium edta (to protect flavor). A soft drink named 7UP that makes a fizzing sound, when heard, when poured over cubes of ice into the uniform glass shape.
These are not the thoughts she’s having. The thoughts that she is thinking while imbibing the drink. The thoughts that come to her head before she has them; having thoughts and a soft drink. She is remembering a cowboy. A cowboy that rode into town on Friday. A cowboy that rode into town on Friday, stayed for three nights, and then left on Friday. “How is that possible?”
An exhibition of new works by:
Kate Drendel, Yasue Maetake, Brian Shabaglian
Opening reception Sunday October 26, 6-8PM
701 Woodward Ave, Ridgewood, NY 11385
hrs: 1-6PM Fri-Mon (or by appointment)
Fri - Mon 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM