Wayfarers is pleased to present:
A live conjuring by Elise Wunderlich
May 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
8:00pm - 9:00. Doors at 7:30.
No admission after 8:00
Attendance is limited; RSVP requested below
I've got your memory
Or has it got me
I really don't know
But I know it won't let me be
AM/FM is a paranormal investigation and conjuring during which artist Elise Wunderlich will attempt to channel four ghosts through sculptures in the gallery:
Patsy Cline, country music star who exited this dimension in an airplane crash in 1963, will return to perform a final encore.
Grampa Mel, who left his earthly existence when Elise was a child, will rejoin his granddaughter to reinscribe fading memories and go for one last joyride.
Aunt Julie, an avid dog trainer who crossed over August, 2016, reunites with the ghost of Odie, her prized Rottweiler, for a preternatural show routine
Violet Shift, stranded ghost alien, will explore what it means to be an American girl
AM/FM explores themes of confirmation bias, pseudoscience, interdimensional longing, and the secret life of lawn trampolines.
Viewers are encouraged to get up close.
Elise Wunderlich (b. Portland, OR, 1993) is a multimedia artist working primarily in sculpture, video, and performance. She received her BFA in Sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2016 and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Elise has been a member of Wayfarers since 2017. She has exhibited at Mana Contemporary (New Jersey), the Wurks Gallery, Expose Gallery, and the RISD Museum (Providence, RI)