Please stop by tomorrow, anytime between 12-6pm to see me and my work at C.A.R.E. LTD. in East Hampton! The show was hung today and will be on view for two weeks. Moments of Entanglement: Jeremy Dennis and Paula HayesOpening Saturday, October 3rd, 12 noon – 6 pmExhibition continues October 4th, 10th, and 11th, 12 noon – 6 pmAddress 6E Sherrill-Foster Path, East Hampton, N.Y. 11937Jeremy Denis and Paula Hayes use very different artistic strategies to express care, caring and repair especially as it relates to their own cultural and artistic sensibilities. In his work Rise, to be presented in the gallery, Dennis uses digital photography to repair the known history of indigenous peoples as it is presented in Hollywood Films. As he states “My images question and disrupt the post-colonial narrative that dominates in film and media and results in damaging stereotypes, such as the “noble savage” depictions in Disney’s Pocahontas.” Playing with recognizable zombie film and TV show iconography, ‘Rise’ highlights parallels between the apocalyptic rising undead and popular misinformation of indigenous people as a vanished race.” C.A.R.E. LTD. is the creation of Warren Neidich.