"Hide and Seek" by Dayna Wenzel at Trailer Box Project

"Left at the Altar"
© Dayna Wenzel
An installation by artist Dayna Wenzel, and an art film by collaborators Janice Mauro and Joanne Pagano Weber will be celebrated with an opening reception at 5:00pm on Saturday, October 22nd and will run through November 19th at Trailer Box Project in Danbury, CT. In addition, there will be a festive fall brunch on Sunday, October 30, from 1 pm - 4 pm featuring music by Still River Editions' Lys Guillorn.

Edited from the press release: "In 'Hive and Seek,' Danbury artist Dana Wenzel invites the viewer to “enter the hive” and explore the “elusive community of superior builders who have survived for eons” that are now threatened by the actions of man. Within the Trailer Box Project space, Wenzel explores nature’s elegant and mysterious repetition of shapes and asks the viewer to consider their own personal connections to the environment. [...]

An art film by artists Janice Mauro and Joanne Pagano Weber will be the first film to be screened in the new on-site Trailer Box Gallery. In 'Beware of the Year 7000,' the two collaborators expand on their 2009’s dystopian film, The Tidal Decade. The filmmakers utilize humor and self-criticism to address the ramifications of ongoing climate change and corporate greed."

Trailer Box Project is located at 15 Great Pasture Rd, Unit 15 in Danbury.