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GABRIEL MELLAN: A RETROREFLECTIVE reflective art in the dark made for the flash of a camera phone and a third-eye-LED
Thursday May 7, 2015 6 - 9 pm
Contrasting the traditional gallery viewing experience, the lights will be off, use the flash on your smartphone to photograph the work. A third LED eye will be provided for you to illuminate the art and navigate the space. This exhibition is kid friendly, assuming they are a bit adventurous and can handle a cameraphone. Selfies and flash photography are encouraged.
Partial Mystery is half art opening, half social event. All of the artists will be present, so come hang out with us, enjoy some food & drink, and talk about the art on the walls around you. We're making the art world more accessible and a little more fun. The theme of the night is sharks, and we've interpreted that in many different ways. We'll be displaying sculptures, paintings, prints, and more. It's going to be a good time, so we hope to see you there!
Shooting performance: Thursday, March 5th 7PM open to the public.
Opening reception: Friday, March 6th 6 to 9PM
Communities are made of people with commonalities but each individual has their own story. As a photographer, I often meet strangers and am tasked with making a photograph that reveals something about them. In this exercise I'll be pushing my own limits and challenging myself to make 24 portraits of 24 strangers in 24 hours.
FAKELORE: Fables and Legends of the Americas is a stop motion animation anthology narrating folktales from North and South American countries. This exhibition includes projection screenings of the first three episodes: United States's Pecos Bill, Colombia's Madremonte, and Canada's La Chasse-galerie, and installation of costumes, photographs, and props built for each.
The project retells our ancestorsʼ stories through a combination of traditional stop motion animation,