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Ananda Cavalli (MFA Photo '06) exhibits at the DUMBO Arts Festival, Sept. 27-29

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Ananda Cavalli (MFA Photo ’06) will exhibit her work “The Trees, the Sky and the Clouds” during the DUMBO Arts Festival this coming weekend.


The installation will reside on the second floor of 55 Washington St. in DUMBO, Brooklyn during the following dates and times of the festival:


Friday, 9/27, 6-9 PM

Saturday, 9/28, 12-9 PM

Sunday, 9/29, 12-6 PM



“The Trees, the Sky and the Clouds” is the newest addition to Ananda Day Cavalli’s Spin series. It is a large-scale photographic installation, in which repeated images of a tunnel of trees and a vibrant blue sky are printed on poly-chiffon and delicately hung. Visible from both sides, viewers are invited to circumvent the photographic sculpture, allowing the fabric to sway with them.


Ananda Day Cavalli is a working artist who resides in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. She teaches at Parsons the New School for Design in the School of Design Strategies. Her current body of work was inspired by the loss of her mother, the twenty-nine times she sat with Marina Abramovic, during the “Artist is Present” exhibition at the MOMA and whirling dervishes.

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