Maresia The Air-Sea Interface

Ethan Gould

at The Glove

January 21 - 22 @ 8pm* 

Created and performed by Ethan Gould

An impossible coast along a brackish inlet. A handheld game passed between furtive travelers until its power source rusts. A family of sorts, on a journey to research an impossible species, whose bodies are composed of anything reanimate.

Blending video, puppetry and the spoken words of an international team  of contributors, Maresia The Air-Sea Interface is an impression of travel between the nature of places and things, when their ecologies defy reason.  

Ethan Gould is an artist and performer living in Brooklyn. A graduate of the School of Visual Arts Visual Narrative program, Ethan cares about interdisciplinary art, the nature of labor, and minds both human and otherwise.

* Maresia The Air-Sea Interface will share a bill as part of Exponential Variety 1, featuring Exponential artists presenting  pleasurable, thrilling, messy, dreamy new short works.

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Art by Mark Toneff.

The Exponential Festival is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC), and the Mental Insight Foundation.