June 7 – July 26, 2014
Opening Reception: Saturday 7June, 6-9pm
WATCHMEN - Surveillance and The Flaneur
The exhibition will examine the relationship between the notion of the Flaneur and the City derive under the pressure of being watched via CTV cameras and monitoring. How does one engage with the disinterested observations of the wandering eye when self-consciousness about being both the observer and the observed interfere with the experience?
Curated by Max Presneill and Lisa DeSmidt
MAP: Mobile Arts Platform
Special Opening Screenings by:
Gallery Two: V&B – A painting duo from the Netherlands.
The Dark Room Presents: From Far Away Across The Universe.- Elizabeth Withstandley
Online: The Artist as Cartographer: Maps and the Journeys That Made Them. Cristina Barroso, Anna Bella Geiger, Jeff Rau, and Lisa C Soto. Curated by James Scarborough
August 23 – October 18
Opening Reception: Saturday 23 August, 6-9pm
Another Thing Coming – new sculpture in LA
Curated by Max Presneill and Chris Reynolds
Gallery Two – Want To Live In Los Angeles, Not The One In Los Angeles – New Art From Paris
Camille Blatrix, Benjamin Ferrachat, Robin Margerin, Justine Ponthieux, Ana Vega.
The Dark Room Presents: Time Is Love.7, 22 video works curated by Kisito Assangni
Online: Never Underestimate a Monochrome.
Batchelor, David (Scotland/UK), Chapela, Emilio (Mexico), Corder, Jason (Kenya), Davidovich, Jaime (Argentina), Dubner, Bruno (Argentina), Duran, Maria Jose (Chile/USA), Faruqee, Anoka (USA), Fisher, Stacy (USA), Friedman, Ken (Australia), Golkar, Babak (Canada), Grabner, Michelle (USA), Gruner, Billy / Keighery, Sarah (Australia), Hallard, Brent (Japan/USA), Harland, Beth (UK), Harlow, Lynne (USA), Hettmansperger, Sue (USA), Odita, Odili Donald (Nigeria), Okura, Naoshi (Japan/Sweden), Peisajovich, Karina 1 / 2 (Argentina), Pineapple Park (Australia), Roberts, Dai (UK), Sami, Huseyin (Australia), Sanchez, Lizi (Peru/UK), Sbrissa, Claudia (Canada/Italy/USA), Stroebe, Suzanne (USA), Tabatabai, Hadi (Iran/USA), Tibayan, Sherwin (Philippines/USA), Witmer, Douglas 1 / 2 / 3 (USA), Zabala, Horacio (Argentina), Zarate, Patricia (Colombia/USA). Curated by Mariangeles Soto-Diaz
SEPTEMBER: Speaking In Tongues - language and the inherent difficulties of communication
Utcity Museum of Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, China
November 8 – December 5
The Dark Room Presents: artvideoKOELN international, from Cologne, Germany
Gallery Two: SBF