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Kala Fellowship Talks: The Space We Inhabit with Amy Ho Brian Bress & James Duesing: Two Videos Presented by Ben Bigelow
2990 San Pablo Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94702


January 30th 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
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Artist talk
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East Bay
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Free of charge and open to the public
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Join us for a night of space and video with fellowship artists Amy Ho and Ben Bigelow. Kala's Fellowship Program includes an annual series of public programs presented by current Fellows during their studio residencies. This talk kicks off our 2014 series. It is free of charge and open to the public. 

The Space We Inhabit will delve into the topic of space and our experience of it. Space represents the most immediate way in which we interact with our environment and has been a subject of interest in many fields of research. We will take a look at how various thinkers and areas of study have dealt with space and how our understanding of space relates to our experience of it. I will also discuss my own interest in space as a subject for art. 

Ben Bigelow presents two of his favorite videos: End of Code by James Duesing and Creative Ideas for Every Season by Brian Bress. Much is at stake in these works. Will a homosexual cyborg rabbit be able to hijack the city's traffic light system? Can Agnes Martin safely pilot a cardboard sedan through a sea of collage, whilst musing about the creative process? Please, do come find out. The answers are absurd, sometimes tragic, and 100% gorgeous.


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