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Solarium is a solo exhibition by New York bas ed artist and choreographer Phoebe Osborne. In a series of videos installed among objects and bodies in performance\, Osborne rejects the rigid catego rical boundaries between &lsquo\;animal&rsquo\; | &lsquo\;human&rsquo\; | & lsquo\;machine&rsquo\; to investigate the collective psychocultural states of being both dead and alive\, human and nonhuman at once. The work\, featu ring bodies in ultra-white mesh\, fluorescent bulbs illuminating fields and beaches at dusk and an all-season sunroom of a modernist coastal home\, ch allenges the anthropocentric\, humanist\, and capitalist imperatives betwee n civilization and the natural world. A performance choreographed by Osborn e during the opening reception will further activate the video and objects displayed in the exhibition. Osborne&rsquo\;s practice pushes our notions o f dance and the human form while anchoring the body as a point of departure and site of resistance.

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Phoe be Osborne \;lives and works in New York City. She is currently an MFA Candidate at Columbia University and received a BA in Dance from Univer sity of California San Diego. Her works have been presented across the US a nd Europe\, including performances at Transmediale Berlin\, La Caldera Barc elona\, SFMoMA and Oakland Museum of California.

DTEND:20160716 DTSTAMP:20160628T143821 DTSTART:20160624 GEO:37.7982777;-122.2793021 LOCATION:City Limits\,300 Jefferson St. \nOakland\, CA 94612 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solarium\, Phoebe Osborne UID:421894 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20160624T230000 DTSTAMP:20160628T143821 DTSTART:20160624T190000 GEO:37.7982777;-122.2793021 LOCATION:City Limits\,300 Jefferson St. \nOakland\, CA 94612 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solarium\, Phoebe Osborne UID:421895 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The University of California\, Berkeley began collecting art shortly after its founding in 1868. Bacon Hall Library and Art Museum open ed on campus in 1881 and several of the works donated to the University on this occasion form the historic heart of BAMPFA&rsquo\;s collection\, makin g it one of the oldest art museums on the West Coast. Although a number of significant works were purchased\, most have been acquired as gifts from ge nerous donors\, including many prominent artists.

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Art that activates the senses to stimulate the sixth sense&mdash\;the mind.

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The scope of the collection has always been broad\, in cluding works dating back to the Renaissance in the West and&mdash\;since w e began collecting Asian art in 1919&mdash\;to the Neolithic period in Chin a. Currently\, BAMPFA holds approximately 19\,000 works of art. Through exh ibiting these works\, BAMPFA aims to provide new perspectives both onto wor lds beyond Berkeley and into the interior worlds of individual viewers.

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Berkeley Eye: Perspectives on the Collection \;fo cuses on art that activates the senses to stimulate the sixth sense&mdash\; the mind. The works are presented in eight thematic groupings to be experie nced and enjoyed in no particular order\, according to the interests of ind ividual viewers: Bible Stories\; Nature\; Human Nature\; Barriers &\; Wa lls\; Connection &\; Change\; Space\, Time\, Energy\; Black\, White\, Gr ay\; and Into the Light. The exhibition invites repeat viewings\, in part b ecause a number of light-sensitive works will be rotated on November 2.

DTEND:20161211 DTSTAMP:20160628T143821 DTSTART:20160713 GEO:37.8708088;-122.2664216 LOCATION:Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive\,2155 Center Street \ nBerkeley\, CA 94720 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Berkeley Eye: Perspectives on the Collection\, Mark Rothko\, Ad Rei nhardt\, Peter Paul Rubens\, Francisco Goya\, Albrecht Dürer\, and many mor e... UID:421886 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20070311 DTSTAMP:20160628T143821 DTSTART:20070126 GEO:37.805116;-122.27111 LOCATION:Pro Arts Gallery\,150 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza \nOakland\, CA 94612 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Juried Annual 2007\, Tom Mueske\, Diane Abt\, Steven Barich\, Fern Barker\, Julia Bradshaw\, John Casey\, Rita Coury\, John Ferdico\, James Ga yles\, Yana Goldfine\, Miya Hannan\, Ema Harris-Sintamarian\, John Hundt\, Joel Isaacson\, Toby Kahn\, Rebecca Katz\, Sahar Khoury\, Mary Anne Kluth\, Eric Larson\, Stephen Linden\, Caroline Lovell\, Monica Lundy\, Dave Meeke r\, Eileen Starr Moderbacher\, Steven Polacco\, E. Marie Robertson\, David Ryan\, Jenny Sampson\, Zachary Royer Scholz\, Anna Morales Simson\, Anna Va ughan\, John Vias\, Antonio Vigil\, Jerad Walker\, Judith White\, Dona Wils on\, Susan Wolf\, Edmund Wyss UID:421865 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Haines Gallery is pleased to open the 2008 season with two c oncurrent solo exhibitions by artists not seen at the gallery previously\, Dustin Yellin in the main gallery and Tom Mueske in the project space.

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It has rarely been the case that the curatorial premise involves such a strong parallel between exhibitions as in this incidence with the conceptu al nature of drawing central to the conversation.

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\nDUSTIN YELLIN\n

New York based artist\, Dustin Yellin create s visually stunning sculptural objects by pouring many layers of resin each of which receives a meticulously drawn ink or acrylic gesture on its surfa ce. This additive process when viewed in aggregate creates an illusion of d imensional biomorphic forms suspended in transparent blocks.

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When v iewed frontally these drawings organize into shapes reminiscent of specimen s or microorganisms in suspension that belay their method of creation. Full y dimensional they mimic carefully preserved specimens collected for some u nknown scientific purpose.

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Viewed from the side however\, the frame shifts exposing these organisms to deconstruction as they are once again s een as the delicate strokes of ink they are. The viewers experience of thes e natural forms is in a stage of suspended animation with no reference to t ime\, yet they are crafted painstakingly by hand layer after layer which is all about time.

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A material and conceptual conundrum.

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TOM MUESKE
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Tom Mueske on the other hand is ver y direct that his work is less about effect and all about process.

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His meticulous and almost obsessive works on paper are made using multi col ored markers comprised by individual gestures energetically and whimsically layed down to cover the page. These lines are then systematically and thor oughly damped down\, each contained by an outline of oppressive black ink.< /p>\n

An internal hierarchy of decision-making and a strong sense of time inherent in the process hold the viewers eye while a sense of release yet containment contribute to the tension and resonance in the work.

DTEND:20080209 DTSTAMP:20160628T143821 DTSTART:20080103 GEO:37.7877888;-122.40434 LOCATION:Haines Gallery\,49 Geary St. Suite 540\nSan Francisco\, CA 94108 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Tom Mueske\, Tom Mueske UID:421822 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art is proud to prese nt NextNew2007\, an annual exhibition featuring work of emerging artists. T his year 11 promising MFA graduates throughout the state of California \, h andpicked by prominent professors\, will be on view from August 3 &ndash\; September 22\, 2007. The opening reception will take place August 10 from 6 :00 to 8:00 pm. \;

This year the ICA invited distinguished f aculty from MFA programs throughout the state of California to nominate rec ent graduates to exhibit in NextNew2007. The works in the exhibition reflec t the broad perspectives present in the contemporary artistic landscape\, s howing innovative approaches to new media\, installation\, photography\, pa inting and sculptural work. \;

Faculty nominators include: J ohn Baldessari\, University of California\, Los Angeles\; Enrique Chagoya\, Stanford University\; Lewis deSoto\, San Francisco State University\; Amy Ellingson\, San Francisco Art Institute\; Johanna Poethig\, California Stat e University\, Monterey Bay\; Maria Porges\, California College of the Arts \; Lucy Puls\, University of California\, Davis\; Ron Nagle\, Mills College \; Katherine Sherwood\, University of California\, Berkeley\; Catherine Wag ner\, Mills College\; Stan Welsh\, San Jose State University\; and Michael Woodcock\, Pitzer College. \;

The emerging artists selected by this esteemed group of nominators are Binta Ayofemi\, Jennifer Brandon\, Ali Dadgar\, Ema Harris-Sintamarian\, Mary Elisabeth Higgins O&rsquo\;Conn or\, Lauren Lavitt\, Tom Mueske\, Amy Sampson\, Kim Schoenstadt\, Susan van der Mellen\, and Allison Watkins.

DTEND:20070922 DTSTAMP:20160628T143821 DTSTART:20070803 GEO:37.327833;-121.883935 LOCATION:San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA)\,560 South First Stre et \nSan Jose\, CA 95113 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Next/New\, Binta Ayofemi\, Kim Schoenstadt\, Tom Mueske\, Jennifer Brandon\, Ali Dadgar\, Ema Harris-Sintamarian\, Mary Elisabeth Higgins O’Co nnor\, Lauren Lavitt\, Amy Sampson\, Susan van der Mellen\, Allison Watkins UID:421820 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20051221 DTSTAMP:20160628T143821 DTSTART:20051104 GEO:37.759224;-122.4110334 LOCATION:Southern Exposure\,3030 20th Street \nSan Francisco\, CA 94110 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Mayhem\, Tom Mueske\, Alexis Amann\, Marisa Aragona\, Robert Arnold \, Eric Aurandt\, Marc Babsin\, J.D. Beltran\, Caetlynn J. Booth\, Michael Brennan\, Anita Brey\, Thomas Chang\, Yin-Ju Chen\, Sage Corson\, Denise Du ffy\, Chris Eckert\, Scotty Enderle\, Miles Epstein\, Carlos Everhard\, Kar le Fried\, Erik Friedman\, Ron Greystar\, Aaron Hawks\, Nicole Hayden\, Pat rick Haywood\, Jonn Herschend\, Liz Hickok\, Whitney Hubbs\, Sarrita Hunn\, Henrik Kam\, Nick Karvounis\, Mike Lai\, Michelle Mansour\, Vanessa Marsh\ , Kelly Marshall\, Michael Elijah Meyer\, Linda Michel-Cassidy\, Elizabeth Moy\, Alex Munn\, Carson Murdach\, NDFTBK\, Mark Nobriga\, Cynthia Ona Inni s\, Christian Oittinen\, Justin O'Neill\, Jennie Ottinger\, Zane Peach\, Jo shua Pieper\, Job Piston\, Craig Poindexter\, Daren Rabinovitch\, Kelly Rei ling\, Lisa Ricci\, Natalie Rishe\, Nadim Roberto Sabella\, Andrew Schoultz \, Zachary Scholz\, Amanda Schoppel\, Tabitha Soren\, Weston Teruya\, Skye Thorstenson\, Jerad Walker\, Lindsey White\, Marc Williams\, Chrstopher Woo dcock\, Paul Zografakis. UID:421816 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR