429 west jackson street . phoenix
march 12th – 6pm to 10pm 13th - noon to 10pm 14th - noon to 10pm
20th – noon to 10pm 21st - noon to 10pm
“Leaving My Father’s House”
by Katherine Zsolt
“The first parts of the exhibition are about finding one’s own voice,
and achieving a balance of personal power,” says show creator
Katherine Zsolt. “The final section of the show concerns the use of
that power. It is – both figuratively and literally – a platform from
which I urge the audience to consider the trust our children have in
Zsolt’s multimedia installation was inspired by a favorite book,
Leaving My Father’s House, by Jungian analyst Marion Woodman.
The book parallels a Grimm’s Brother’s Fairy Tale with
explorations of personal development.
Set against the backdrop of the historic Icehouse in downtown
Phoenix,visitors to the exhibit follow a path through three rooms in
the 12,000 sq. ft. venue, each depicting a stage in a development and
growing personal awareness. A powerful combination of relief wall
panels, body cast installations and video offerings challenge the viewer
to reflect upon their role in the world community and accept responsibility
for the fate of our children.
For information call 415.312.1353