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DTEND:20141012 DTSTAMP:20140918T075250 DTSTART:20140921 GEO:41.887184;-87.709354 LOCATION:PEREGRINEPROGRAM\,3311 W Carroll Ave. #119 \nChicago\, IL 60624 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Group Show\, Oa4s\, Noah Barker\, Erin Jane Nelson\, Timothy James Kelly\, Nico Colón\, Theo Michael\, Temra Pavlovic\, Jack Heard UID:356137 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140921T160000 DTSTAMP:20140918T075250 DTSTART:20140921T130000 GEO:41.887184;-87.709354 LOCATION:PEREGRINEPROGRAM\,3311 W Carroll Ave. #119 \nChicago\, IL 60624 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Group Show\, Noah Barker\, Nico Colón\, Jack Heard\, Timothy James Kelly\, Theo Michael\, Erin Jane Nelson\, Oa4s\, Temra Pavlovic UID:356138 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Paris London Hong Kong is plea sed to invite you to \;Light/Industry/Coating\, an installatio n of new work by Andrew Falkowski.

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Li ght/Industry/Coating \;is the first in a periodic cycle of paintings th at considers various material applications in a series of digressive permut ations. They are responses to entanglements offered to various mediated and material platforms. Exploratory in nature\, Falkowski&rsquo\;s painting cy cle considers the title terms for their dialogic possibilities.

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The paintings in Light/Industry/Coating are inde bted to excel spreadsheets\, skateboard graphics\, running shoe displays\, enrollment strategies\, labor economies\, big box DIY warehouses and materi als found in various light/cottage industries. Thin\, tablet sized grid pai ntings line the wall on a shallow shelf. The black color fields of the pain tings blend into the black gallery wall\, projecting various color differen ces in the field\, or grid\, forward. Attached to this series are two &rsqu o\; x 7&rsquo\; plexi-glass acrylic paintings. These larger paintings act i n contradistinction to their smaller counterparts. While the smaller tablet sized paintings function primarily as objects\, the high gloss surface of these larger pieces function experientially\, mirroring\, expanding and ref racting the space as a whole.

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Small s quare monochrome paintings act in material dialogue to the larger plexi-gla ss paintings. These transparent\, color tinted acrylic glass monochromes ha ve wood frames coated with milk paint\, an ancient material once used for E gyptian hieroglyphics but now more associated with historic furniture resto ration and &lsquo\;shabby chic&rsquo\; DIY home improvement. \; Implied material opposition collapses as the Plexiglas\, used for light industrial fabrication\, finds counter-balance in the cottage/craft industry&rsquo\;s milk paint.

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Finally\, hyper-smooth\, framed white panels are sprayed with transparent\, saturated color. Shapel ess and formless\, the colors intermingle to construct bright tertiary colo rs\, an indistinct response to the grid schema prevalent throughout the ins tallation.

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Subjective presence here i s modeled as an editorial consideration\, a simple digression of choice. Li ke a synecdoche&mdash\;or a loop&mdash\;Andrew Falkowski&rsquo\;s work in&n bsp\;Light/Industry/Coatingcircles around the constructs that admi nister\, rank and project subjective significance through various broad bas ed databases that bind decontextualized horizons.

DTEND:20141018 DTSTAMP:20140918T075250 DTSTART:20140905 GEO:41.8830765;-87.6492422 LOCATION:Paris London Hong Kong\,845 W. Washington Blvd. 2nd Floor\nChicago \, Illinois 60607 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Light/Industry/Coating\, Andrew Falkowski UID:356136 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Design Cloud presents HERE | N OW\, an exhibition visualizing stress\, loss\, and longing through new and evolving work from artists \;Stacia Yeapanis \;and \;Jason Uria h White. \; \;This two-part exhibition explores themes in a physica l as well as a digital space. To compliment the installations on view at th e Design Cloud studio\, \;HERE | NOW \;also features a pro vocative\, boundary-pushing \;online exhibition space.

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HERE | NOW \;seeks to explore a dichotom y of expression. With the reservation and obfuscation in White&rsquo\;s &ld quo\;emotional topographies&rdquo\; compared to Yeapanis&rsquo\; practice o f embodied meditation generating individual components for her impermanent and improvisational installations. ­\;

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Meador says\, &ldquo\;Taken as a whole\, this show offers a glimpse at how the creatively­\;-minded visualize stress\, loss and longing.&rdquo \;

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Yeapanis presents \;two bodies of work: \;&ldquo\;Specimens&rdquo\; (2013)\, \;her shadowbox coll ages\, \;explore desires for food\, sex\, status\, romantic love\, esca pe\, and physical perfection\; while &ldquo\;Presence Portal&rdquo\;&mdash\ ;an impermanent\, improvisational installation created entirely onsite at D esign Cloud&mdash\;deals with a more profound longing.

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Of her work\, Yeapanis remarks\, &ldquo\;Both are sensory experiences of repetition that can transform anxiety about impermanence\, uncertainty\, and imperfection into curiosity about the mystery of what&rsq uo\;s actually here\, right now.&rdquo\;

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White&rsquo\;s inspired by forces experienced within the natural world. His interpretation of modern themes of emotion are depicted as evolving\, overlapping fluid lines in motion&ndash\;forms that seem to be constantly c hanging.

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Playing off his professional experience as a new media director working with new animation technologies \, White&rsquo\;s &ldquo\;What is Now&rdquo\; grapples with the distance be tween modern life and new technology by rendering erratic emotions as suspe nded forms that hover within the constraints of a structured diorama.

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For the special online-only exhibition\, c urator MK Meador collaborated with designer \;Meghan Ryan Morris \; to develop an experimental\, groundless space showcasing new work from each artist. The purpose of this component for \;HERE | NOW \; is to suggest that an artist&rsquo\;s emotional renderings are perhaps best experienced when viewed from &ldquo\;inside&rdquo\; the work&mdash\;within and innovative multidimensional space.

DTEND:20141024 DTSTAMP:20140918T075250 DTSTART:20140725 GEO:41.883811;-87.6501229 LOCATION:Design Cloud LLC.\,118 N Peoria St Suite 2N\nChicago\, IL 60607 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:HERE | NOW\, Stacia Yeapanis\, Jason Uriah White UID:356133 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR