to here knows when
An exhibition featuring works by five emerging San Francisco artists who through creative metamorphosis, challenge the viewer's perception of his/her surroundings by re-imagining everyday objects, space and time.
The title is appropriated from a song by the band My Bloody Valentine who generates a simultaneously epic and ethereal sonic landscape for the listener. Paired with an improper arrangement of common English words, To Here Knows When, like the artists in the show, activates the tensions between definable and indefinable.
Allison Taylor, Christopher Willey, David Marc Grant, Laura Boles Faw and Marcela Florez
Kara Q. Smith
January 16–31, 2008
January 16 :: 7pm – 10pm
UNTITLED <http://www.theuntitledgallery.com/> gallery
1201 Bridgeway Street, Sausalito 94965
(415) 331 3442
Allison Taylor received her BFA at the University of California Davis and completed her Post-Baccalaureate work at Brandeis University in Massachusetts. Her sculptures and illustrations have been published and shown in many California exhibitions and publications. Allison is presently a 2009 MFA candidate at the San Francisco Art Institute.
Christopher Willey grew up in a suburb of Kansas City, Kansas, and went to college at Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. During college he studied abroad at the Studio Art Center International in Florence, Italy, and at the Burren College of Art, County Clare, Ireland. In 2004 he earned a BFA in Drawing. Christopher will complete his MFA in New Genres in 2009 at San Francisco Art Institute.
David Marc Grant received his BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1998 where he is currently an MFA candidate for 2009. He has been shown in several group and solo exhibitions in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Laura Boles Faw was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. She received her BA in Art History from the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. Laura lives in San Francisco where she is pursuing her MFA in sculpture at the San Francisco Art Institute.
Marcela Florez completed her BA and BFA at the Universidad de Los Andes in Bogota, Colombia. Her work has been published and exhibited around Bogota and California. Marcela is currently an MFA candidate at the San Francisco Art Institute.
Kara Q. Smith was born in 1984 in Omaha, Nebraska. She received her BA in Art History from Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, Alabama. Kara currently lives and works in San Francisco where she is pursuing her MA in Urban Studies at the San Francisco Art Institute.