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The Emerald Tablet

Exhibition Detail
A.D.D.: A show of artwork in multiple genres with five events
80 Fresno Street
San Francisco, CA 94133


October 20th, 2012 - November 18th, 2012
Opening: 
October 20th, 2012 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
 
, Phillip MaiselPhillip Maisel, Photography
, Liz HickokLiz Hickok, Video Projection
, Kirkman AmyxKirkman Amyx, Photography
, Sonya PhilipSonya Philip, Sculpture
, Clint ImbodenClint Imboden, Installation
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A.D.D.

A show of artwork in multiple genres with five events
Exhibition Dates: Saturday October 20th - Sunday November 18th, 2012

Curated by MicroClimate Collective (www.microclimatecollective.com):
Glenna Cole Allee and Victoria Mara Heilweil


Hosted by:
The Emerald Tablet
80 Fresno Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
www.emtab.org

Opening Reception: Saturday October 20th 7-10pm
with performances by Tom Comitta, Santhi Elayaperumal and others

The worldwide web with it's manifold innovations, from social networking to cloud storage, has immersed us in global real-time. We glide across expanded cartographies where accustomed distances from moment to moment, place to place, no longer exist. Yet with the expectation of constant and unbounded "connectedness," our experience of the present is fractured as never before. We have become accustomed to interruption; it is difficult to find an unmediated moment. The thread of continuity is an ephemeral thing, easily lost to thin air.

This exhibition will include work in multiple genres reflecting the disruption of continuity: disjointed, staccato, arrhythmic experience.  The gallery will become a collage of visual and auditory experiences, as a comment on fractured attention.

Participating Artists, Performers and Collaborators:

Kirkman Amyx
Christopher Burch
Tom Comitta
Santhi Elayaperumal and Yulia Pinkusevich
Stephanie Ellis and Serena Wellen
Blake Gibson
Phillip Greenlief with shudder
Liz Hickok
Clint Imboden
killer banshee: Eliot Daughtry & Kriss De Jong
Phillip Maisel
Mobile Arts Platform: Peter Foucault and Chris Treggiari
Sonya Philip
Laura Sackett
Ann Schnake


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