Vibrator: Jacob Goudreault, Carmen Price and guests.

Vibrator

Jacob Goudreault and Carmen Price,

With Special Guests, Billy Kang, C.J. Matherne, and Tyson Reeder

March 6th- March 20th.

Opening Reception: March 6th, 6-10pm.

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Documentation of Jorge Mujica’s “Going To Work.”

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A walk-through video of the installation.

“To Come From” new work by Gracen Brilmyer

Based on the artist’s time spent while living in Sweden, Gracen Brilmyer’s latest show, “To Come from” is a site-specific body of work that sifts through memories while living abroad. Working intuitively within self imposed time constraints, Brilmyer embraces the unique possibilities and foibles inherent within the printmaking process.  Creating layers by printing over original drawings, paintings and other prints, the final pieces reference both reality and characters form the artist’s own imagined narratives. Drawing influence from traditional comic books, the passage of time is depicted as multiple points within a single panel.

Sarah Elliott: FRIDAY December 4th 6-10pm.

Sarah Elliott presents:
Elastic strategies for making vertical moves on a horizontal trajectory and horizontal moves on a vertical trajectory

December 4th, 6-10pm.

Elastic strategies for making vertical moves on a horizontal trajectory and horizontal moves on a vertical trajectory

“Perhaps the immobility of the things that surround us is forced upon them by our conviction that they are themselves, and not anything else, and by the immobility of our conceptions of them. ”
Marcel Proust, Swann’s Way

“Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana.”
Groucho Marx

Elastic strategies for making vertical moves on a horizontal trajectory and horizontal moves on a vertical trajectory is a model for discourse.

Elastic strategies for making vertical moves on a horizontal trajectory and horizontal moves on a vertical trajectory is also an event and the resulting exhibition at Knock Knock Gallery. This event will take place on on the evening of December 4th, 2009 and will include the reworking/rearranging/remaking of an installation over the course of that evening.

The installation is a collection of things arrived at through considering stairways, landings, living rooms and entrance ways, which Knock Knock Gallery is made up of.

Documentation Of Tim Ridlen’s “I Don’t Want Rude Boy Clash Film”

Finally! Sorry it took me so long to get these up!

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to view documentation of Tim Ridlen’s “I Don’t Want Rude Boy Clash Film.”

Documentation of “See More Glass: The End As The Beginning”

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to view documentation of Jamilee Polson’s “See More Glass: The End As The Beginning.”

Jorge Mujica: “Going to Work” Oct 17-31

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