Wednesday, November 19, 2014

DEADplanetFINE* on view at the More Than One Way exhibition at Southern Exposure in SF







More Than One Way

Opening Reception: Friday, November 21, 2014, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Screening: Saturday, December 13, 2014, 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Exhibition on View: November 21 – December 13, 2014
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 12:00 – 6:00 PM

 

 

Exhibition Artists


Ted Andersen
Alexis Arnold
EfrenAve
Trent Davis Bailey
Audrey Chen
Cathleen Clarke
Serena Cole
Eliza Dennis
Mark M. Garrett
Jenne Giles
C.A. Greenlee
Patricio Guillamon
Julia Aurora Guzmán Conde
Lauren Hartman
Luke Heimbigner
Jamil Hellu
Tania Houtzager
Nolan Jankowski
Timothy Kelly
Sarah Klein
Ryan Lambert
Sara Lankutis
Wei Li
Andrea Martin
Chiyomi McKibbin
Melissa Miller
Joyce Nojima
Dawline-Jane Oni-Eseleh
Carrie Ann Plank
Nina Dolores Potepan
Jeff Ray
Rachelle Reichert
Kate Rhoades
Meghann Rienpenhoff
Jamie Servais
Matt Shapiro
Sarah A. Smith
Jess Smith
Lorna Stevens
Josh Stulen
Ruth Tabancay
Chris Thorson
McKenzie Toma and Haegen Crosby
Jürgen Trautwein - DEADplanetFINE*
Lindsay Tunkl
Peter Warren



Southern Exposure is pleased to announce More Than One Way, the organization's Annual Entry-Fee-Free Juried Exhibition and Screening of New Works by Northern California Artists. This annual event is the premier showcase of contemporary artwork by promising local talent. With a different open-ended theme each year, artists are encouraged to pursue a broad range of artistic expression across media.
The juried exhibition and screening features Northern California artists living north of King City and south of Red Bluff. Jurors Aandrea Stang and Kevin McGarry select the works by blind process, choosing pieces across media that exemplify Southern Exposure’s commitment to supporting new, innovative, risk-taking contemporary visual art practices.

 

About the Jurors

 

Aandrea Stang is the director of OxyArts at Occidental College. She serves as the director of the college's Weingart Gallery and its Wanlass Artist in Residence program. From 2002 until 2012 Stang was Senior Education Program Manager at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) where she developed and produced the museum's public programming. While there she developed special programming for exhibitions such as Allan Kaprow — Art as Life (2008); William Leavitt: Theater Objects (2011) and Under the Big Black Sun: California Art 1974-1981 (2011). From 2008 to 2012 she oversaw MOCA's Engagement Party, a program that offered residencies to artists exploring socially engaged artwork.

Kevin McGarry is a writer and curator based in Los Angeles. He writes about art and culture for publications like Artforum, New York Times Style Magazine, e-flux, Art Agenda, Modern Weekly China and several others. He co-organizes Migrating Forms film festival at BAMcinématek in Brooklyn.

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Thursday, September 11, 2014

DeadPlanetFine* featured @ Screengrab6, International Media Arts Award in Townsville, Australia

Exhibition Dates:
20 September - 26 October 2014
Exhibition Venues:
Pinnacles Gallery Riverway Arts Centre, 20 Village Blvd
Opening Hours: Tuesday - Sunday: 10am - 5pm
eMerge Gallery Building 300, JCU Douglas Campus, Townsville
Opening Hours: Monday - Friday: 8.30am - 4pm

 

2014 Finalists

Artist/s
Title
Year
Country
Venue

Andrew Chalmers & Oliver Ellmers
godComplex
2013
New Zealand and Australia
Pinnacles Gallery
David Chesworth and Sonia Leber
We Are Printers Too
2013
Australia
Pinnacles Gallery
Coalfather Industries
Seem
2014
USA
Pinnacles Gallery
Maia Conran
Trace
2014
United Kingdom
eMerge Gallery
Callum Cooper
Constant and the Flux
2012
United Kingdom and Australia
Pinnacles Gallery
Will Copps
Target
2014
Germany
eMerge Gallery
Zlatko Ćosić,
Eleanor Dubinsky
and Laura Ferro
Shifted
2014
USA
Pinnacles Gallery
Francesca Fini
WHITE SUGAR
2013
Italy
Pinnacles Gallery
Parisa Ghaderi
Keep Calm
2014
USA
Pinnacles Gallery
Brooke Griffin
Instruction to Hearing Persons Desiring a Deaf Man
2014
USA
Pinnacles Gallery
Paul Harrison
Deviant Dream: Part I
2014
United Kingdom
Pinnacles Gallery
Stephen Hilyard
Waterfall
2013
USA
eMerge Gallery
Iaroslav Ianovskyi
On the Horse
2014
Ukraine
Pinnacles Gallery
IOCOSE
Spinning the Planet
2013
Italy, Germany and United Kingdom
Pinnacles Gallery
Anantha Krishnan
My Internal and External World
2014
India
Pinnacles Gallery
Tang Kwok-hin
Present <> 3/18,Central and Western District
2012
Hong Kong
Pinnacles Gallery
Mauri Lehtonen
Jump
2014
Czech Republic
Pinnacles Gallery
Justin Lincoln
One Image After Another
2014
USA
Pinnacles Gallery
Justin Lincoln
SlipStream 2
2014
USA
eMerge Gallery
Malcolm Litson
SYNTAX
2012
United Kingdom
Pinnacles Gallery
Emily McFarland
Zabriskie Point Reversed
2014
United Kingdom
Pinnacles Gallery
Lawrence F Mesich
A Building Explains Itself
2014
USA
Pinnacles Gallery
Jonathan Monaghan
Office
2013
USA
Pinnacles Gallery
Katarzyna Parejko
WIATR/ODDECH [WIND/BREATH]
2014
Poland
Pinnacles Gallery
Stuart Pound
Shooting Loops
2013
United Kingdom
Pinnacles Gallery
Silja Puranen
Pigwalk
2014
Finland
Pinnacles Gallery
Arya Sukapura Putra
Passage (loco-motion)
2014
Indonesia
Pinnacles Gallery
Johan Rijpma
Descent
2014
Netherlands
Pinnacles Gallery
Dénes Ruzsa and Fruzsina Spitzer
Job Interview
2014
Hungary
Pinnacles Gallery
Antoine Schmitt
7 billion pixels
2013
France
eMerge Gallery
Joana Silva
Black Horse
2013
United Kingdom
Pinnacles Gallery
Billy Sims
Tempo Rubato
2014
USA
Pinnacles Gallery
Rose Staff
The Space Between Us
2014
Australia
eMerge Gallery
Theodore Tagholm
Plain Sight
2013
United Kingdom
Pinnacles Gallery
Luhsun Tan
Twilight Shimmer
2014
Australia
Pinnacles Gallery
David Theobald
Jingle Bells
2013
United Kingdom
Pinnacles Gallery
Jurgen Trautwein
DeadPlanetFine*
2014
USA
Pinnacles Gallery
Anna-Lena Tsutsui
Loops
2014
France
eMerge Gallery
Ivar Veermäe
Crystal Computing (Google Inc., St. Ghislain)
2014
Germany
Pinnacles Gallery
Yandell Walton
Remains
2013
Australia
Pinnacles Gallery

2014 Theme: Velocity

Change. At speed. Everywhere.









image: NASA & ASF (2000) Lambert Glacier Velocity Map (asf.alaska.edu)

The rushing up of the earth from below as we leap into the unknown is a strong pervasive force.The comings and goings of objects, the rhizomatic fever of life - of memories and of perception - is the stuff of both nature and the machine but also the stuff of change - of a compelling need to move forward, at pace. Since the millennium we have been moving away in linear time from the trauma of the 20th century, history accumulating behind us as we hurtle towards an undefined future.Yet there also seems to be a reductive velocity at work, the future appears to be expanding only in our mind’s eye - in the stories we tell ourselves, in the frames of the cinematic moment and the pixels of our most fantastic dreaming. If we stand still long enough the hyper-reality becomes apparent. Information is expanding at an exponential rate – images, sound and text – authoring a new present-future space of mobility, of interconnectedness and most of all of rapid accelerating change. Equal parts chaos and perfection – of truth and of fiction - a dark and light exposure.
It is the making of us, this velocity of things. It is both our return to Earth and our mastery of its physics. Our identity and our collective history is fast becoming a vast data repository of machine vision - a rapid prototyping of our future selves.Financial transactions, personal communications, intimate moments exist inside this simulation of machine speed.Artificial intelligence observes, correlates, measures and makes split second decisions on our behalf.Notions of surveillance, fears for our privacy, the dilution of our identity and the voyeuristic connotations of relational databases make up the machine’s vision of us and our world. Can we keep apace of these algorithmic patterns? Can we author new vistas new dreamscapes new directions?
Meanwhile history keeps up a steady persistent pace: the image loops, the velocity increases and the hyper-real resumes its seductive play.


DeadPlanetFine*

DEADplanetFINE* 
An Uber-Wahnsinn paranoid trembling project 

DEADplanetFINE*, is a web 1.0 retro-renaissance remixology project consisting of looped animated mouseover-gif-film-crawls.

DEADplanetFINE*, are animated acid humorous social-commentary-line-drawings interwoven with abstract blink-scrolls, that reflect on the nightmarish state of the world.The project touches issues of war, race, rape, violence, loneliness, torture, sexism, porn, gadgetism, obsenity, power, greed, intoxication, pollution and the human folly in general.
Depending on the movement of the mouse the animations take on various speeds and directions of motion.

DEADplanetFINE*, uses a poly-linguistic-sound-blur-drone. The languages are used for their phonetics and not for the meaning of the words. 

DEADplanetFINE* attempts to expose, in a funny way, the crazy world we live in, which seems to have followed the same principle over the past aeons, which is the perpetual reoccurrence of the same.

 


Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Exhibition announcement SKINS at Gallery 60six in San Francisco, Oct.4 - Nov.1, 2014


    Sk-Bk acrylic on collage, 69" x 64", 2013




acrylic paintings on collage


Jürgen Trautwein is an interdisciplinary artist working in a variety of mediums including new media, hypertext works, temporary inferences, installations, painting, drawing, and photography. His process oriented practice often brings attention to notions of time and duration, where the works themselves become manifestations of immediate, everyday and present experience.


“Skins” presents Trautwein’s recent body of monochromatic acrylic paintings, constructed on geometrically ordered collages on letter-sized paper. The collages are made from ‘time-sheets,’ a collection of unwanted drawings, paintings, prints, sketches, notes, flyers, form-letters. These materials are created and saved by the artist over time, the personal content of which spans about 20 years. Trautwein joins together these time sheets, which he works on from both sides, in an intuitive process which allows for accidental fusions of various moments in time, and preserves the provisional nature of the recycled elements. Trautwein consolidates several years of information, scattered experiences and thoughts into physical objects which transcend the notion of content, and confront the viewer in an immediate, material and bodily mode.



Artist's Reception:
Saturday, October 4, 6-8:30pm

VIP Preview:
Thursday, Oct 2, 5-7:00pm

Closing Party
Saturday, Nov 1,   2-5pm



HOURS:
Fridays 1-7pm
Saturdays 11am-7pm
First Thursdays 5-7:30pm

by appointment weekdays
call Gwen
415-577-4396

66 Elgin Park
San Francisco CA 94103
http://www.gallery60six.com
by appointment 415-577-4396