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Exhibition Detail
Group Show
Unified Field (A)
12619 Hawthorne Blvd.
Hawthorne, CA 90250

April 12th, 2007 - April 28th, 2007
April 12th, 2007 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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USC (University of Southern California)
Media Contact: Shadi Harouni
Unified Field (A)
Phantom Galleries LA is pleased to present Unified Field (A), a group exhibition organized by the USC Roski School of Fine Arts’ Senior Class of 2007. The exhibition will run from April 12-28, 2007 and an opening reception for the artists will be held at Phantom Galleries of Los Angeles on Thursday, April 12, 6-9 p.m. This event, affiliated with the Los Angeles Art walk, will be free and open to the public.
Santa Fe Lofts
131 East 6th Street
Los Angeles, California 90013
Gallery Hours: 11am -6 p.m. on Sat, Sun;or by appointment
Contact: 832.722.5283
Pacific Electric Lofts
601 South Los Angeles Street
Los Angeles, California 90013
Gallery Hours: Mon.-Thu., 9-7:30 p.m.; Fri. 9-4:30 p.m.
Contact: 832.722.5283
The Unified Field Theory is a century old attempt at integrating thefundamental forces of physics into a single theoretical framework. Someof history’s most daring theorists, including Albert Einstein and Nikola Tesla, dedicated their energy to this end. The title of the exhibition emphasizes the effort to bring together the distinctcreative forces and creations of the featured artists. In alluding to ideas of energy, motion, fields, and forces, the show echoes thecurrent state of the artists as graduating students and a need toestablish personal and fundamental relationships with the universe.
Unified Field (A), at Phantom Galleries of Los Angeles, will feature works in various media including painting, drawing, sculpture,photography,communication arts and digital media. A conceptualextension of the exhibition at Phantom Galleries, Unified Field (B), in the Helen Lindhurst Fine Arts Gallery on the USC campus, will more directly address the artists as a community. The work will be created under predetermined physical parameters, providing tangible evidence of the forces that bind the artists. Each installation will be short-lived and replaced by another. For more information on these exhibitions please visit:


Phantom Galleries LA is a Los Angeles County-based organization that transforms vacant storefront windows into 24/7 public art galleries.

Exhibits are curated by local Arts Organizations, Los Angeles-based Galleries, Independent Curators, and Los Angeles-based Artists. The project gives local artists an opportunity to exhibit their work, while fostering economic development by drawing attention to available retail space. The project promotes the creative communities of Los Angeles to a broader audience. For more information on Phantom Galleries, please visit:



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