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Exhibition Detail
(RE)CONSIDER
404 Mendocino Avenue
Suite C
Santa Rosa, CA 95401


July 5th, 2009 - July 17th, 2009
Opening: 
July 17th, 2009 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
Exhibit Title, Exhibit Title
Drawn Archive of Biodegrading Drawing, Alicia EscottAlicia Escott,
Drawn Archive of Biodegrading Drawing,
2008, Ink on Plastic
Potential in Piles, Ahna AdairAhna Adair, Potential in Piles,
2009, Unraveled fabric, pattern paper, silver, felted yarn and silver buttons
A la Colle/Living Like Glue, Amy KeeferAmy Keefer, A la Colle/Living Like Glue,
2007-2008, Embroidery on collected cloth, 30" in diameter
Granite sports fleece-lined , two-pocket zip-up in wool plaid. The look that says high fashion but feels relaxed comfort- think vintage Aspen, Tahoe, or Chamonix., Cameron KellyCameron Kelly,
Granite sports fleece-lined , two-pocket zip-up in wool plaid. The look that says high fashion but feels relaxed comfort- think vintage Aspen, Tahoe, or Chamonix.,
2009
Waning I, Julia GoodmanJulia Goodman, Waning I,
2008, Bowls from San Francisco Yard Sales, 30x18x18”
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WEBSITE:  
http://artspace404.blogspot.com
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
North Bay/Napa
EMAIL:  
nlee@sonomaarts.com
PHONE:  
707.579.2787 x103
OPEN HOURS:  
Monday-Saturday, 12pm-4pm
ARTS ORGANIZATION:  
Sonoma County Arts Council
> DESCRIPTION
ArtSpace404 is pleased to announce its fourth exhibition, (RE)CONSIDER, as a continuation in its mission to present contemporary, experimental art exhibitions to the community.

(RE)CONSIDER
contemplates social conventions of waste, consumption, and disposability through a series of ongoing projects and investigations by featured Bay Area artists Cameron Kelly, Ahna Adair, Alicia Escott, Amy Keefer, and Julia Goodman. Re-use, re-appropriation, and re-contextualization of objects and materials highlight each artists' perspective and response.

 

 


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