MAIN GALLERY: 6.2.10 – 7.20.10
OPENING RECEPTION: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2ND, 6-8P
This exhibit features the work of Julie Anand and Damon Sauer, collaborative artists based in the Sonoran desert of Phoenix, Arizona. They shred their large scale photographs, re-organizing the parts to form new wholes. In their series Between, they are interested in questioning conventionally-defined boundaries, including the self as defined by the body’s edge. Their works relocate perspective, physically and metaphorically.
Also on display is Epigraph: Luis Delgado-Qualtrough’s artist books that have been widely exhibited and are held in many museums, archives and private collections. The style of this San Francisco-based artist’s work has evolved from documentary photography to a cinematic approach that integrates narrative and sequential still images to create idea driven content with a social and historical message.