FROM HERE TO THERE Presents From Here to There
September 12 - October 10, 2009
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 12, 7 pm - 12 am
Synchronicity: 4306 Melrose, Los Angeles, CA 90029
FROM HERE TO THERE Presents From Here to There is a group exhibition which runs from September 12 - October 10, 2009 at Synchronicity Space. The show is centered around the theme of transitory spaces which the collective defines as spaces that represent pauses between a range of states or being. Their interpretations include physical locations as well as psychological perceptions or emotional states, including spaces that change people, physically changing locations, or places that people pass through. They are interested in the idea of transitory spaces as symbolic spaces, referencing cultural, social, or personal transitions in time.
The exhibition brings together a variety of interpretations on this theme through mediums such as photography, drawing, and collage. The exhibition includes special programming such as an Antonioni film screening (Saturday, Sept. 19), a performance by Miwa Matreyek of Cloud Eye Control (Friday, Sept. 25), and various musical performances. Synchronicity Space is located at 4306 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90029. For an extensive list of events or for more information, please visit syncspacela.com.
Artists participating include: Ava Alamshah, Gilda Davidian, Ignacio Genzon, Suzy Goldish, Stefani Greenwood, Rena Kosnett, Alex Lewin, Sidonie Loiseleux, Jeff McLane, Marie Mingoia, Tiffany Roohani, and Katie Shapiro.
From Here to There is a collective of artists currently living and working in Los Angeles. Their practices range from photography to collage and include video, sound, and installation. What brings them together is their desire to combine their personal perspectives and various interests to create a greater dialogue through the art that they make. They meet on a bi-weekly basis to discuss ideas both old and new, to hone their practices, and fuel each other through discussions, critiques, and conversations.
For more information on From Here to There, please visit www.hereototherela.com