On the evening of Saturday, October 25th, the entire building that houses The Climate Theater and Gallery NINE (formerly the Anon Gallery) will be transformed by fifteen artists whose work engages the theme of Chance in practice, process, motif, presentation or execution. In this unstable time and on the eve of the presidential election, the participating artists will explore the line between the random and predetermined through the mediums of video projection, interactive sculpture, multi-media performance and visual art.
Curated by the Climate Curatorial Collective, Chance Operations presents a fascinating and diverse grouping of Bay Area art.
Join us for this unique and exciting event!
Saturday October 25th, 2008
Climate Theater/Gallery NINE
285 9th St (at the corner of Folsom)
San Francisco, CA 94103
Kirkman Amyx (video and photographic installation)
Victor Cartegena (interactive video installation) www.victorcartagena.net
Reenie Charrière (paper sculptural installation) web.mac.com/rcharriere
Luis Delgado (performance and photographic installation) www.delgadofoto.com
Alan Disparte (video sculpture with sound) www.alandisparte.com
Double Vision (intermedia performance) http://double-vision.biz/
Mary Franck (sculpture and sound installation) www.anomalyinstallation.net
Marguerite Harris (interactive video installation)
Lynn Kirby (site-specific video installation)
Beth Lilly (cell phone divination and photography) www.bethlilly.com
Valerie Mendoza (photography)
Kathleen Quillian and Gilbert Guerrero (interactive sculpture) http://www.dprojx.org/
Niki Shapiro (sculptural installation) www.nikishapiro.com
Tim Thompson (live-capture video loop) http://nosuch.com/tjt/