KiiK Create (artists colective)

Pratt Institute 2003-2007. New York, USA

Members of SONYA | South of Navy Yard Artists
Volunteers at Sing For Hope | Pop-up Pianos Artists
Contributing Artists for MARP | Myrtle Ave Revitalization Project
Contributing Artists for Playero Surf, Puerto Rico

2013 Ephemeral Planes, Buka, Brooklyn, NY Second Sight, Visions, Brooklyn, NY Continuum Fusion, Pop-Up Gallery and Event Space, NY Sing for Hope Pianos, Shore Road Parks Conservancy, NY | Lincoln Center, NY Myrtle Avenue Tree Guards, Brooklyn, NY SONYA Presents: The Red Show, Guereje, Brooklyn, NY 2012 Northside Art and Music Festival, Live Mural Painting, Brooklyn, NY Dekalb Market, Live Mural Painting, Brooklyn, NY Myrtle Ave. Tree Guards, Brooklyn, NY Canyon After Thought, Falafel House, Brooklyn, NY PIPS a BBOX Benefit Fundraiser, Brooklyn, NY Amidst Collapse, Il Porto, Brooklyn, NY 2011 Sing for Hope’s Pop-Up Pianos at Louis Armstrong Museum, NY The Art of Occupy, AC Institute, NY Occupy the Stoop, The Stoop Gallery, NY Yo Brooklynites, Hadas Gallery, NY

Madera & Edgerton


Palimpsest [1]

26.05.2014 to 02.06.2014

KiiK Create is a collaboration between New York based artists Manoela Madera and Gray Edgerton. In their work, they create a range of art and design projects, including but not limited to, fine art, exhibitions, public art projects, furniture and graphic design.  Manoela and Gray have been invited to be part of ´ace new project “Palimpsest”. They will be working in a mural painting at ´ace terrace that will dialogue with Felipe Garcia’s previous mural. 

About Palimpsest Project

noun ˈpa-ləm(p)-ˌsest, pə-ˈlim(p)-: a very old document on which the original writing has been erased and replaced with new writing, something that has changed over time and shows evidence of that change. This new project at ´ace terrace intends to invite different artists to paint murals interwoven then with the previous ones. 

About KiiK Create project for ´ace terrace:

We are proposing a mural on the 'ACE' wall that will continue our visual dialectic and collaborative painting process. We will create a work that reflects our past surroundings while absorbing and incorporating the new environment of Buenos Aires. Our abstract works will explore the dualities of north and south, inner and outer space, and the dialogue between ourselves, each other and the setting. Over the course of the week we will paint and respond to the wall so that the final piece, composed of brightly colored abstract imagery will be a record of the conversation and process.