Myk Henrry in Never Ending Freedom at DiverseWorks

Born in Dublin Ireland; moved to New York 1984 and worked as the fastest blackjack dealer in the underground casino scene. Henry became a pioneer of the Williamsburg bohemian “immersionist” movement. His art investigates the audience’s sense of self awareness through using his mind and body in a way which engages them in a transformative process. His work is provocative, edgy and slams the viewer into the center of political issues, social conditioning and human taboos.

Myk Henry at DiverseWorks, photo courtesy of Alex Barber

Myk Henry at DiverseWorks, photo courtesy of Alex Barber

Myk Henry at DiverseWorks, photo courtesy of Alex Barber

Myk Henry at DiverseWorks, photo courtesy of Alex Barber

Myk Henry in Never Ending Freedom at DiverseWorks, photo courtesy of Alex Barber

Myk Henry in Never Ending Freedom at DiverseWorks, photo courtesy of Alex Barber

Natali LeDuc in Myk Henry's Never Ending Freedom, photos courtesy of Alex Barber

Natali LeDuc in Myk Henry's Never Ending Freedom, photos courtesy of Alex Barber

Myk Henry at DiverseWorks, photo courtesy of Alex Barber

Myk Henry at DiverseWorks, photo courtesy of Alex Barber

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This entry was posted on March 18, 2012 by in Myk Henry (Ireland ) and tagged , , .