Bathing suits and giant apples become the components of a dream vacation as "Fuji," the first of seven triptychs, comes to life.
TRIIIBE opened their new exhibition as an empty, 11,000 square foot room at the 808 Gallery at Boston University in the Fall of 2010. The public was invited to explore the exhibit while the space was being transformed using photography, painting, sculpture, and performance.
In Search of Eden: A Work in Progress was a continuously evolving exhibition that played with cultural ideas of identity and values. The photographs and installation revisited the biblical creation story, the notion of temptation and the eternal quest for Eden.
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Boston based TRIIIBE members Alicia, Kelly, and Sara Casilio (identical artists) and photographer Cary Wolinsky formed the collective to create political and social commentary art in 2006. The group has performed at political rallies in Boston, New York and Washington taking on subjects such as the Iraq war, judicial activism, and abstinence only programs. The group is currently working on a book of photographs of their tableaus.