Scion Installation 6: Video

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Scion Installation 6: Video
Curated by: Scion

March 26th, 2010 - April 10th, 2010
Opening: March 26th, 2010 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

mixed-media, video-art


Scion launched the sixth edition of its successful art tour, “Installation 6: Video” in January at its own 4,200 square foot Installation L.A. Space gallery in Culver City. Having visited Austin, TX in February, the tour now moves on to Wichita, Kansas, a brand new market for Installation. The show opens at Tangent Lab, 143 N. Rock Island, 3rd floor, Wichita, KS 67202 on March 26th with a reception from 7 p.m. – 11 p.m. The exhibit will run until April 10th.

The annual tour, designed to expose established and emerging artists and their work to audiences across the country, features a distinctive selection of international talent and will also visit New York and Minneapolis.

For 2010, the tour focuses on the video medium, which emerged in the 1960s and has since expanded galleries into more experimental, kinetic and interactive spaces.  “Installation 6: Video” challenged 10 artists to create non-narrative video installations that will transform five unique exhibitions.  Artists include: Dust la Rock (Brooklyn, NY), Eric Nakamura (Los Angeles, CA), Saelee Oh (Los Angeles, CA), Funeral Fog (French + Alan Glass) (London, England), Ill-Studio (Paris, France), Josh Graham (New York, NY), Monihan Monihan (New York, NY), Mark Mothersbaugh (Los Angeles, CA), PMKFA (Tokyo, Japan) and Sage Vaughn (Los Angeles, CA).

“For ‘Installation 6,’ we unveil a full exhibition of video installations that illustrate how 10 emerging artists and creative icons see the world through vivid movement and color,” says Jeri Yoshizu, Scion manager, sales promotions. “In our continued support of independent artistic expression,we are eager to introduce audiences across the country to inventive works by leading talent in art, music and design who push the boundaries of creativity with every medium they explore.”

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