full schedule of Vague Notions brainstorming sessions during Vague Notions at Interface Gallery, Oakland, July 16 - August 10 2014
10.-22.-38 Astoria* is an ongoing project in which FICTILIS transforms a space into a functioning pop-up copy shop that is pre-stocked with a wide selection of ready-to-copy artworks by thousands of artists from all over the world.
Work that addresses the divide between internet and life – the “inter-life crisis” – (re)locates it, bridges or widens it, inhabits it, disrupts it, or ignores it...that brings the online offline or offline online in interesting ways...or otherwise speaks to the changes in everyday life that widespread connectivity has engendered.
Work that results in a cat face, but has an interesting way of getting there...work that involves an impossibly elaborate process, a succession of material transformations or conceptual translations, or uses complicated machinery, industrial mechanisms, or other impractical techniques...work that accumulates its own impressive critical adornment and theoretical justification, but results, after all that, in the end, in a cat face.
a xerography exhibition opening November 3rd 2011 at FICTILIS in Seattle, WA
exhibition focused on the colors of shipping containers in Seattle and other port cities
September 1st - September 30th 2011
FICTILIS, 210 S Washington St, Seattle WA
[featured image is Seattle artist Therese Buchmiller's
installation "Ideal X".
an exhibition of work that is literally Not For Sale, for various reasons
an installation/performance: everything that goes along with an art opening - except for the 'art'