An exhibition about intimacy, sexuality, gender and nature; common interests in the work of artist Sakshi Gera and Raechel Teitelbaum both students at Metàfora studio arts program.

Homesession is an art space and art residency place in Barcelona.

Full Bloom opening October 10th 19.00 – 21.30

Sakshi Gera’s work materializes in drawing and a representation of the human body which transcends sexuality. Her process has is especially relevant, as she uses repetition and movement as an action of persistent gesture. In this process, her drawings grow like a chant, a practice in which the artist also engages.

Raechel Teitelbaum’s interests lie in the versatility, fluidity and non-gender conformity embedded in nature, and the way in which different ecofeminist theories look at
queerness within biology.

Sakshi Gera is a visual artist from India. She works with movement and chant in her process to create spaces indicative of renewal, transcendence and altered consciousness. Her work encompasses drawings, paintings and sculptures that trace attention to self-awareness, interpersonal and universal connectivity through progression of gestures.

Raechel Teitelbaum is a visual artist from Syracuse, New York. Her art practice primarily focuses on video, installation, costume design and performance, using narrative as a basis for the work. Raechel works to create ‘new’ earth ecologies or alternate, futuristic versions of earth to question what is natural and normal in terms of behavior and interaction among humans, plants, animals, and technology, specifically regarding gender, sexuality and magic.

Homesession, Carrer Creu dels Molers, 15, Barcelona