Sunday, July 17, 2011

July 31, Dylan Palmer

Nonchalants
Curated by Dylan Palmer

















July 30, Susan Joseph

A performative installation by Humberto Howard, Susan Joseph and Linda Parnell









Sirens, by ANIGHTINJULY
http://vimeo.com/25917269

Terminus Nodus, by Linda Parnell
http://vimeo.com/25916884



¡Clac! at PØST!

Saturday, July 30, 2011, 7 to 10 pm,
Performance at 8:30 & 9:30 PM

A performative installation by Humberto Howard, Susan Joseph and Linda Parnell.


¡Clac! presents sound sculpture, Terminus Nodus by Linda Parnell, Oscilloscopes by Humberto Howard and works by ANIGHTINJULY, the collaborative team Humberto Howard and Susan Joseph, including a performance of AntiMusik Compositions, an exploration in repurposed instrument making and surrealist video.


Linda Parnell creates work from various unconventional materials: DNA, water and sound. Recently she worked with Multipoint, USA, and exhibited at the Kellogg Gallery at Cal Poly Pomona. This new work involves elusive formalism and collective communication.


Humberto Howard believes in work that conjures an image, a feeling. He works in experimental sound and video as well as found-object, ready-made sculpture and painting. He recently performed in ARTWALK 2011 at LACMA and his work titled Daumal in Drag, a sound-video performance piece, was choreographed and performed by Lindsay Ducos for Catalyst 2010 at Diavolo, Los Angeles.


Susan Joseph works in experimental sound, animation and video as well as installation and painting. She recently participated in The Monitor Show, a part of TBA, a seven-part video exhibition at Kristi Engle Gallery, Los Angeles and has exhibited her art works in numerous solo and group exhibitions over the course of her career.


Curated by Susan Joseph.

Knock me off my fender.


July 29, Nathan Bockelman

Ancient History
Curated by Nathan Bockelman









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Ancient History

A show featuring sculptures, photos, performances, and videos by

Patrick Ballard
Elonda Billera
Janice Gomez
Jean Robison
Amy Sarkisian
Peter Witrak


Please join us on Friday, July 29th for a one night show with works that delve into the topic of the self, the dopplegänger, and the neurotic world within.

Live sound performance by Patrick Ballard at 8pm.

Curated by Nathan Bockelman


7-10pm
PØST
1904 East Seventh Place
Los Angeles, CA 9002121


July 28, Denver Tuttle

Curated by Emma Jurgensen















BREAKS IN TRUE

Looking at any work of art, I find myself in the position of expecting the unexpected, of coming upon some poetical turn or intrinsic characteristic that may affect the shape and tone of my experience, and of my own sensibilities. So these works excite me in that, beyond all appearances, they are neither made of glass, nor are they hewn or cast from any other transparent material. Rather, they are conceived as open-form constructions, crafted of thin, mirrored sheet materials set carefully vis-à-vis one another in order to achieve each form, and implied facet. The title for this Kamikaze, “Breaks in True,” hints at the ambiguities involved in creating this kind of sculptural trompe l’oeil, as well as the project’s allusion to transparent, weighted, and often fissured imagery. 

Performing a series of spatial and material transformations, each piece reappears in a space between the illusory form the work takes on, and the mirrored alignments and reflections taking place to bring the imagery about. Within this, the work offers reflection on an illuminated present and its apparent transitions through a series of unfolding moments in time.


July 27, Karen Lofgren

Objects for the Living
curated by Karen Lofgren







Olga Koumoundouros


Naotaka Hiro




Joshua Callaghan




Objects for the Living
curated by Karen Lofgren

The artists are:

Joshua Callaghan
Naotaka Hiro
Olga Koumoundouros