Three Patterns’ is a noir-esque reflection on balance and nature. Told as three stories inspired by eastern mythology and traditions.
Three Patterns is divided into three stories: ”Possessed,“ “The Sacred Hex,” and “Hellbound” which includes themes of Suffering Ritual and Spirituality. The exhibition will feature 13 photo prints, 2 works of Japanese calligraphy also known as ”Shodo,“ and 3 performances on the opening night of May 20, 2023. The entire exhibition includes 11 artists from New York, Baltimore, Japan, China, Singapore, Taiwan, and more. These artists from different cultures have collaborated with each other to present a diverse and innovative exhibition curated by OTS Productions. Through the use of photography, calligraphy, performance, art, music, Three Patterns serves as a prequel from last year’s Baltimore exhibition “Hellbound: Dancing With The Spirits“ and the completion to a story that is inspired by Chinese and Japanese mythology and Buddhism.
Exhibition location: The Bank, 1901 North Charles Street, Baltimore MD 21218
Exhibition opening & performances: May 20, 6:30-10:30pm ET.
After Party: with DJ Fundad at The Crown, 1901 North Charles Street, Baltimore MD 21218
Exhibition: May 21, 1-5pm ET Admission is free.
Closing Event: May 21, 1pm ET.
Admission is free but tickets are required.
More information, and to register: Eventbrite page
Part of the 2023 edition of the Asia North Arts Festival.
Curated by OTS Productions. Sponsored / Funded by: MSAC Creativity Grant, Baltimore-Kawasaki Sister City Committee, T. Rowe Price Foundation. In partnership with: Towson University Asian Arts & Culture Center, Central Baltimore Partnership, Station North Arts District, Red Bull, the Crown.