Self-exposure is "an absolute prerequisite to genuine communication and thought," says world renown psychologist Jordan Pereson.
Museum of Me attempts to stretch this concept of self-exposure and self-representation in the Age of The Internet.
This museum, a virtual space, is a collection of digital art galleries created by the artist to showcase select pieces of her own work.
Click the objects inside each gallery to "step-in" and view these works close-up.
May 26 - June 4, 2020
ONENESS is the passion of the mystics. It is what Eckhart Tolle calls the “alive stillness in the background.”
For Tolle's eponym, the medieval mystic Meister Eckhart, this oneness is in fact the Truth of God. “The divine nature is one," he wrote, "and each Person is both One and the same One as God's nature."⠀
It follows that when we allow our focus to fixate on our separateness and our differences, we move away from divine truth, away from God, away from peace and love.⠀
Fascinatingly, the folk wisdom that “the eyes are the windows to the soul” exists in almost every language, in every culture.⠀
In “Windows to the Oneness” the artist uses collage to frame and combine a vast diversity of human “windows,” inviting you to look inside and see the Oneness within; to discover that every eye is an eye of God.⠀
This exhibition proposes that we use visual forms to look beyond the visual forms, to see that beyond the appearances of individuality, we are all One.⠀
"Cut & Paste: Zen" book tour/art show
seven cities, USA
To celebrate the first release of the Cut & Paste Philosophy book series, Cassandra held a pop-up exhibition of the book's original artwork: visual & textual collage.
This pop-up book/art show was a feature at events at the Casa Loma Ballroom in St. Louis, MO, and the BlackBerry Lodge in Cherryville, MO. The artist then took the show on for private viewings in Los Angeles, CA; Ventura, CA; Santa Barbara, CA; Waynesboro, TN and Asbury Park, NJ.
Magic Garden Pop-Up Art Gallery
St. Louis, MO, USA
August 24, 2018
At once installation art and exhibition, The St. Louis Magic Garden Pop-Up Art Gallery was a one day only experience. For this event, artists Cassandra Pereira and Steven Cossey transformed a tunnel path through a small forest of trees into an art gallery filled with selections of their work and the work of several invited guest artists.