Artist Rabi (CYRCLE) Solo Exhibition to Launch at Nomad Gallery in West Hollywood

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Nomad Gallery, located 8748 Holloway Drive, in West Hollywood, is debuting _gen+esc (generation+escape), the directorial debut from artist Rabi from CYRCLE. There will be a VIP Preview on Thursday, September 15th from 6pm – 8pm and a Public Opening later the same evening, 8pm – 11pm. The showing will remain on view until October 15, 2022.

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With community at the heart of their mission, The Nomad Blvd team introduces their brick and mortar space Nomad Gallery with the art film exhibition titled _gen+esc (generation+escape) by artist Rabi.

_gen+esc is a series of short art films that explores the relationship between identity and the artistic process. Each short-format film interrogates the role of image in personal narratives and reimagines the embodiment of self, depicting a world free of conventional posturing.“As isolation moved us apart, we retreated deeper into our digital nativity, highlighting our society’s obsession with self-image and the ironically ubiquitous bid for individuality,” says creator, director and artist Rabi. Taking these surfaced feelings and realizations, Rabi has created pieces that explore how this change has impacted art as a whole.

In this wholly interactive experience, guests will be invited to utilize AR technology that casts imagery onto green-screen components throughout the space, including the building’s facade and various sculptures. Exclusive NFTs and prints will be available throughout the exhibition. With this, the show extends past the expected gallery experience.

About Nomad Gallery
Nomad Gallery is a 3-story space in the heart of West Hollywood on Holloway and Sunset. The gallery was developed after the successful launch of their initial project, Nomad Blvd–a generative PFP collection based on the work of LA street muralist, Isabelle Lago. Through this project, they established a strong community of artists and art enthusiasts. With their community in mind, they sought out to create a physical space where innovative digital art can be consumed in a familiar way. With WHIM digital canvases, Infinite Objects, and traditional paintings and sculptures on display, Nomad Gallery is a true union of the digital and physical.

For more info, visit: https://www.nomadblvd.io/.

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