The Renaissance Society included Amy Grappell's film “Quadrangle” in the group exhibition "Age of Aquarius."
“Quadrangle” premiered at Sundance (2010) winning an honorable mention jury prize, and won both Best Documentary Short and the Wholphin Best Short Film award at SXSW (2010). The film also screened at Rotterdam International Film Festival, True/False, and will had its New York premiere at New Directors/ New Films (MOMA / Film Society of Lincoln Center). “Quadrangle” was initially conceived as a video installation and selected for the national juried art exhibition “New American Talent”-09.
"Age of Aquarius" addresses the lingering cultural fallout of the 1960s, in particular its effect on a generation of younger artists and their engagement with the period as it becomes more somberly remote. This exhibition includes video and installation works by Carol Bove (b. 1971), Amy Grappell (b. 1965) and David Noonan (1969).