1. Homo Angelicus
  2. Treasures from Hell
  3. Movement of the Triangle
  4. Kyp Malone
  5. Agatha Blois
  6. NADA 2023
  7. Vapours of Delphi
  8. Frankie’s Clown House 
  9. Moon Status
  10. Friends
  11. HS Publishing
  12. Ass Favors
  13. Witch Hotline

Homo Angelicus
March 3 - April 8, 2023 
129 Eldridge St
Homo Angelicus - a group exhibition of seventeen artists referencing the ever present relationship between the cosmic and the terrestrial. The term Homo Angelicus refers to the theory of humans carrying angelic or celestial traits, or: angels incarnate in human bodies. The relationship between humans and celestial beings, though largely known within the canon of Christian art, can be found in earlier, ancient Greek and Assyrian depictions.

The exhibition is timed to coincide with the presentation of Timothy Wyllie’s work at the Outsider Art Fair, presented publicly for the first time by Benjamin Tischer and New Discretions. Wyllie (1940-2017) was a founding member of the Process Church of the Final Judgment. After residing in New York City (living in the Dakota) Wyllie lived his final years in the high desert of New Mexico, exploring non-human intelligent communication (dolphins, aliens & angels). Wyllie wrote numerous books, many inspired by his guardian angel, Georgia, notable as his drag self. Along with Marcia Moore and John Lilly, Wyllie was an early pioneer in the use of ketamine for self exploration and healing. While he is known by many as the designer for The Process magazine, this will be the first showing of his drawings that he largely kept to himself.

This grouping of artists (ages 5 to Infinity) reflect the larger community of Frank Haines, the curator of Homo Angelicus. These participants have had an impact on Haines and his continued relationship with the celestial guides. He will present a broadsheet detailing his relationship with the Celestials, as well as his relationship to the artists selected for this show. The show will feature a soundtrack selected by Kye Potter and Jan Woo.

Spencer Sweeny, TITLE, year.                Silky Shoemaker, TITLE,year

Jay Ivan, TITLE, MEDIA, year
Chris Oh, TITLE.....
Rebekka Bad Glass