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San Francisco

Garage Windows at SFMOMA

Exhibition Detail
Ari Salomon and Andy Vogt
Curated by: Renee de Cossio
147 Minna & 150 Natoma
San Francisco, CA 94104


February 13th, 2010 - June 26th, 2010
 
Window Installation, Andy Vogt, Ari SalomonAndy Vogt, Ari Salomon, Window Installation,
2010, Photo and Sculpture, 12x36
© ari salomon
Motion Study #5494 (Beaubourg), Ari SalomonAri Salomon, Motion Study #5494 (Beaubourg),
2007, Duratrans transparency and fluorescent lights, 6'x8'
© Ari Salomon
Motion Study #0385 (Union Square) (installation view with Andy Vogt sculpture), Ari Salomon, Andy VogtAri Salomon, Andy Vogt,
Motion Study #0385 (Union Square) (installation view with Andy Vogt sculpture),
2010, Duratrans transparency and fluorescent lights, 24” x 36”
© Ari Salomon
Motion Study #0531 (Grand Lake), Ari Salomon, Andy VogtAri Salomon, Andy Vogt,
Motion Study #0531 (Grand Lake),
2010, Duratrans transparency and lightbox, 54” x 36”
© Ari Salomon
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lathe, motion, lights photography, installation, abstract
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> DESCRIPTION

In this collaborative art installation by photographer Ari Salomon and sculptor Andy Vogt, each artist relies on a systematic process to create large-scale abstract artworks. Salomon experiments with found-lighting situations to reveal hints of what is all around us but hidden by the limits of perception. Vogt transforms found-wood lath strips into architectural and geological constructions, and these new structural meditations examine how time and materials intersect with our perception of place. Both artists explore the concept of building abstractions of reality in order to bring another kind of reality into focus.

 


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