NO FOOD AND DRINKS ALLOWED 17 October - 6 November 2014 2AC Space, a new art exhibition space in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn is pleased to present the work of mixed media visual artist and sculpture, Pablo Sue Pat for its opening show NO FOOD OR DRINKS ALLOWED. The show engages universal ideals about the struggle between nature and man, greed and excess, over consumption and dissatisfaction through jarring up-cycled sculptures that recall our attraction and disgust to the plastic and the real and unreal. Public Light installation. According to Mr. Sue Pat, “My art has always been rooted in an obsession with contrast and extremes, NO FOOD OR DRINKS ALLOWED illuminates those contradictory feelings we have...the desire for more and more and yet the unshakeable feeling of emptiness that accompanies that greed. Yet as human this has been our progress and survival but has also been our downfall” - Pablo Sue Pat, Artist In addition to the artwork of Mr. Sue Pat, a special installation, Kokasi Bed-own (Bedouin) will be presented by Cannon Hersey an internationally renowned visual artist presenting work that toys with the idea of bedouin lifestyle. Kokasi meaning, “In the hood” in South African Zulu street slang, is manifested through Mr. Hersey’s immersive installation shaped like a nomadic tent by including global religious artifacts, swords, textiles, light boxes and photo silkscreens.