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Loren Nosan

Back To Nature In Loren Nosan’s “The World Was Good Once”

by Emily Colucci on September 8, 2016
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It’s not everyday that you have to sign a waiver before entering an art installation. However, that’s exactly how my trip to Loren Nosan’s The World Was Good Once began.

Turning off a main road, straight into a grassy field outside Wassaic, it became obvious why the waiver and my emergency contact information were necessary. Nosan’s installation is located in a looming, desolate and derelict barn that looks like it went through hell–or at least, a meth lab explosion. Before allowing viewers to look around the show, Nosan pointed out unsound areas of the barn’s floor, which were scattered with holes where the building’s property manager had previously fallen through. Yikes…

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Gloom, Doom, and Glory at the Wassaic Project

by Paddy Johnson on June 18, 2015
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A look at this year’s group show at the Maxon Mill. (Spoiler alert: It’s good.)

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