Inexorable: Spring 2014 Public Education Exhibition, Juried by Conrad M. Meyer
Two of my prints combining linocut and silk screening techniques learned in this spring at San Francicso Art Institute and Chrysalis Studios will be in this show. If you get a chance, swing by and catch this show. I’ll be at the closing reception on June 7, 4-6 pm at San Francisco Art Institute. Here’s a link to the official announcement.
June 2-7, 2014
Open 9AM-5PM Daily
Closing Reception: Saturday, June 7, 4-6PM
Diego Rivera Gallery
800 Chestnut Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
“The works in this exhibition look at elapsed time through a still moment that illustrates the inexorable decay and future equilibrium of existence. For every single moment in time, more follow ad infinitum, and the result—although open to interpretation as positive or negative—cannot be controlled and or predicted. These varied works, created during the spring semester by Public Exhibition students, offer a glance into this stretching of time.”
Andrew Ajemian, Dave Berger, Amy Cella, Jim Cota, Steven Cox, Elizabeth Demakos, Chris Dyer, Eddie FitzGerald, Judith James, Jeffrey Kerrin, Sam Manera, Nikki Nolan, Nicole Puller, Priscilla Read, Kimberly Rowe, Rony Sagy, Ann Simms, Emma Sparer, Jade Zabrowski
About the Juror:
Conrad M. Meyers II is an artist and educator who creates fictive biological puzzles that include video, sculpture, and sound-based installations. His installations have been shown most recently at Vanity Projects in New York, Krowswork in Oakland, and Queens Nails Projects in San Francisco. He works professionally in custom design, fabrication, architecture, and construction and has ten years of experience teaching and supporting 3D spatial design software. He has a degrees in Architecture and Sculpture and received his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in Sculpture in 2008. In 2011, he cofounded Aggregate Space, an Oakland gallery, screening facility, fabrication shop, and design studio. In addition to being the director of the gallery, Mr. Meyers curates their film series and conducts lectures on film history and its popular cultural significance.