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A Shocked Future

by Thea Liberty Nichols
        Future Shock by Alvin Toffler was a bestseller in the 1970s when it was published.  It has since been reprinted several times and translated into many different languages. At Green Lantern Gallery, the comical film based on the book is narrated by none other than Orson Wells and screens in an under-a-stairwell cubbyhole in the exhibition.  In the first five or so minutes of the film, “future shock” is summarized several times as “too much change in too short a period of time.” It’s... [more]
Posted by Thea Liberty Nichols on 11/1/10

In Lieu of Gifts

by E-Slant Team
        The Green Lantern Gallery presents "In Lieu of Gifts," featuring new works by Los Angeles-based, artist Jenny Walters. For this solo presentation, Walters debuts photographs and video exploring the narrative impact of transformative life events, specifically the durability and mutability of personal identity and their aftermath. A pervasive sense of feminine desire, vulnerability and desperation links a number of these pieces, but they are also marked by an attraction to... [more]
Posted by E-Slant Team on 5/25/09

Without You I Am Nothing

by E-Slant Team
Without You I am Nothing: Cultural Democracy from Providence and Chicago is an exhibition of works on paper that are not intended for public consumption but to create small venues for public participation. The exhibition features posters by Xander Marro, Rob Ray, Karin Patzke, Andrew Oesch, Laura Szumowski, Dan S. Wang, and other cutting-edge artists that contain one or more of the following elements: stuff that falls off on purpose, windows, parts that move, space for new information, dials,... [more]
Posted by E-Slant Team on 3/31/09

The Hall of Natural & Despicable Wonders

by Thea Liberty Nichols
The two artists featured in Green Lantern gallery’s soon-to-close exhibition have a similar, illustrative style that makes for a well-made visual marriage. Due to the divergent content of the work on display however, Greg Cook and Kari Percival’s series of works are a discordant juxtaposition. Green Lantern gallery’s attempt to evoke both a history and a natural history museum within the walls of their gallery is daring. Despite the tension of the works on display, the show is not without... [more]
Posted by Thea Liberty Nichols on 9/29/08