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An art installation by Alice Ferrulo

The Studio@620 presents OLIVIA: MEANING ENVY, an art installation by Alice Ferrulo of BLACK HORSE THEATRE: dark at its brightest.

Don't miss an evening of avant-garde multi-media art as only The Studio's resident artist Alice Ferrulo can bring. While the installation will be on display for several days, only one live performance of Alice's special brand of artistic movement will be presented on November 6th. Come be a witness to OLIVIA!
Held in the intimate setting of the Astrid and G. David Ellis Gallery.

Featuring Alice Ferrulo as OLIVIA
FOUR CHAIRS, a short film by Alice Ferrulo, edited by Scott Reus of Vanishing Point Films
Sculpture by Darren Carter Beistle
Original music by Dennis Mcallister
Costume designs from Rogerio Martins’ ENVY COLLECTION 2011-2012.

OLIVIA: MEANING ENVY is designed around the notion that by definition envy is “a secret within”, as evident in each component of the art installation. “It is no good eating the envier’s bread, nor desiring his delicacies, because he is like one who is inwardly calculating, his heart is not with you and so, you will vomit up the morsels that you have eaten and waste your pleasant words”.

BLACK HORSE THEATRE is committed to addressing the human state of being. It does so with great intensity and passion.  Always intimate and vulnerable, the work is set forth in hopes of rattling the mind and spirit. To achieve its mission, BLACK HORSE THEATRE uniquely draws upon components of dance, theater and film to design signature images that are urgent and impactful… find out more at

Presented November 6–19, 2011 in the intimate setting of the Astrid and G. David Ellis Gallery.
Opening Reception and One Time Performance to be held on Sunday November 6, 2011 @ 8 PM
General Admission for the opening night performance is $20, Students or Seniors $15.
Installation remains on display through November 19 in the Ellis Gallery
with no admission charge during regular gallery hours, Tues.-Sat. 12-4PM

photograph: Girard Louis Drouillard


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