Etre is a creative collective that encourages introspection through all types of artistry. In essence, we press towards capturing the shared experience of the human condition, offering ourselves and our subscribers a new way to conceive of and appreciate the richness of life.
Our mission is three-fold; not only do we curate powerful content for the viewing pleasure of our audience, but through this process we facilitate the exposure of budding artists and galvanize the divided creative community.
During the exhibition, the audience will encounter various sensory stimuli, intended to heighten participant’s senses and deepen their experience. Elements, such as, sound/music, lights, video, and even smells will be embedded into the fabric of the show, making it a more dynamic and engaging experience.
The previous events have welcomed hundreds of guests who’ve floated in nights of artistic bliss. This time we are committed to preserving the spiritual elements of the experience, while introducing the concept of an Anti-Fashion Show.
We invite you too to explore the art of storytelling through fashion. We believe in the importance of authentic self-expression through our fashion choices- wearing our truth, rather than passively following trends. We feel that fashion has become an over-objectification of the model, reducing people to mere mannequins, rather than providing them a vehicle for creative expression. As a result, we want to show people a new way–a more liberating one–to be fashionable.
In doing so, we simplify the process of connecting talented and sometimes undiscovered artists, in a range of mediums, with art patrons. Our skilled and inventive contributors come from all across the globe.
BARE is an immersive, interactive exhibition and fashion show, which will include a diverse group of models, a short film and curated pieces of artwork.
We'll be showcasing this concept through an immersive, interactive exhibition and fashion show, which will include a diverse group of models of different sizes and shapes, a short film and curated pieces of artwork. During the exhibition, the audience will encounter various sensory stimuli, intended to heighten participant's senses and deepen their experience.
Elements, such as, sound/music, lights, video, and even smells will be embedded into the fabric of the show, making it a more dynamic and engaging experience.Though the space may be dressed like an art gallery, it will feel more like a religious service or intimate gig.
We will be featuring the work of up-and-coming artists, such as Jonathan Chape, Natacha Mathijsen-Palay, Økuntakinte, Alexandra Pelletier, and stories written by the linguistic wizards Ashley Foy and Mark Hutchison. Attendees will also have the opportunity to add to the artwork themselves.
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