March 10, 2018
THE ANATOMY OF FEELING
Directed By Maria Fernanda Leaño
During Armory Week.
The event happened on
March 8th at 6:30 at Yui Gallery New York City.
Created, curated, directed and produced by post-modern multidisciplinary artist Maria Fernanda Leaño, creator of the art social movement @malincheart “The Anatomy Of Feeling” Performance Art Show” during Armory Week took place at Yui Gallery in LES New York City on March 8th, the special music guest was Alrahi III (Alan Salcedo) creator of @socialducky, he added tunes to the live feelings performance by body painted actors intervened by Maria Fernanda Leaño (La Otra Malinche) and her team of artists; Naz Yilmaz, Malthelis Santana,Tiffany Alfonseca and Gabrielle Galestro, they also transformed the gallery into an inter journey to the human psyche’s Anatomy Of Feeling.
The live “Feelings”
Nicole Sully as Melancholy, Skylar lee as Shame, Yuhano Chan as Happiness, Tad Dasagastino as Compassion, Audrey Brown as Hertbreak, David Arms as Love and C.C. Kellogg as Sadness; the actors performed a unique silent art play as a manifesto about how feelings connect all races and cultures into one humanity, and a statement on how technology doesn’t love us, and the difference between humans, robots and androids are our feelings and senses.
About “The Artist”
New York based American-Mexican, post-modern art director Maria Fernanda Leaño, hosted her latest art show on Thursday March 8th at Yui Gallery, her last show in NYC was “Introducing Malinche” in 383 Broadway Gallery during Frieze New York, in May 5th, she also had a show last summer in London at an old mansion in London’s Mayfair titled “Malinche Rising” she also performs and channels her alter ego (La Otra Malinche). The artist has performed in Art Basel Miami and Switzerland, Frieze NYC and London and in numerous photo and video statement performances at @malincheart www.malincheart.com digital networks.
The Art Show during Armory week was titled “The Anatomy Of Feeling” on March 8th from 6:30-9:30pm at Yui Gallery LES, 131 Eldridge St. NYC.
Manifesto on “Feelings”
FEELINGS CANNOT BE TOUCHED OR SEEN, SMELLED OR TASTED. “But they can, think about it”.
“Feelings influence our senses; smells, tastes, seeing and touching are connected to memories and emotions.”
THE SUBLIME ANATOMY IF FEELING TAKES US INSIDE THE EMOTIONAL FIFHTH SENSE WHERE ALL IF OUR SENCES GET INFLUENCED BY EMOTIONS.
GUESTS TRAVELED WITH THE HELP OF LIVE PERFORMANCE ARTISTS INTO THE UNITED MULTIRACIAL COMMON DENOMINATOR OF HUMANITY; WE ALL HAVE FELT: LOVE, AND SADNESS, MELANCHOLY, HEARTBREAK, COMPASSION AND HAPPINESS, SHAME ETC. NO MATTER THE SOCIAL OR CULTURAL BACKGROUND
Thank you Alan Salcedo DJ Alrahi III for being our special musical guest.
Special thanks to the New York City based actors:
Nicole Sully @mermaidbonezz Skylar lee @_skylarlee_ Yuhano Chan, Tad Da Agastino @tadisrad. Audrey Brown @aud.bro David Arms @artbydavidarms and C.C. Kellogg @charlenecowden
Special thanks to the @malincheart team:
Laura Eme PR. Mexico.
Nicolas J. Tood Social Networks LA.
Claudia López, Assistant.
Teo Chung, Prints and Design. NYC/LA.
NYC inters Team:
Naz Yilmaz, Malthelis Santana,Tiffany Alfonseca and Gabrielle Galestro
Created and Directed by María Fernanda Leaño. @malincheart
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