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Exhibition Detail
"MOSTLY MEMORY"
6009 Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232


December 12th, 2008 - January 2nd, 2009
Opening: 
December 12th, 2008 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
mostly memory process 6, ArmsrockArmsrock, mostly memory process 6,
October 6, 2008
© Courtesy of Artist and thinkspace Gallery
studio shot 1, ELBOW-TOEELBOW-TOE, studio shot 1, October13, 2008
© Courtesy of Artist and thinkspace Gallery
Henderson Cantor progress, ELBOW-TOEELBOW-TOE, Henderson Cantor progress,
October12, 2008
© Courtesy of Artist and thinkspace Gallery
screamer street shot, ArmsrockArmsrock, screamer street shot,
October1, 2008
© Courtesy of Artist and thinkspace Gallery
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Tue-Sat 12-6
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> DESCRIPTION

Thinkspace Gallery is proud to present Mostly Memory. This exhibition will feature new drawings, paintings and an installation from ARMSROCK and ELBOW-TOE.

Memory is housed in everything around us. In our culture, our cities, our beliefs, and customs, it can be found everywhere. Memory is a monumental thing. It’s reach long and uncompromising, and at the same time it is so forever fleeting, incomprehensible and changing. And everything eventually becomes memory.

ARMSROCK and ELBOW-TOE have both been working very directly with memory. Over the last few years they have been creating a body of work which is all ephemeral, and is therefore, today, mostly memory. Each artist is approaching the concept of memory from a completely different angle. They are creating a world within our space where reality and history mix with fiction and myth. Where the idea of that which is recognized as the base of what is and could be. For good or ill, the final call is up to the viewer.

 


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