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Thursday 04.08.10

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archer + ditch

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Alison Owen

Clark College's Archer Gallery presents an exhibition by Alison Owen. "Owen makes site-responsive paintings and installations that alter the environment in subtly invasive ways. She focuses on the peripheral, using delicate materials and colors to create works that reward sustained investigation and attention." She's working in residence at the Archer Gallery April 5-9, 2010, and will give a lecture on her work this afternoon, April 8. The exhibition will run April 10-30, 2010.

Artist talk • 1:30pm • April 8
Opening reception • 5-7pm • April 10
Clark College Archer Gallery • 1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver, WA • 360.992.2246


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Sol Hashimi and Rebar Niemi

Ditch Projects presents Metabolizing Costco: "Beyond the slack of Generation X and the pathological ambition of Generation Y lies a digital void. Tomorrow's children are here today, and they embody an over-informed, undazzled, and decentralized generation for whom obscurity has all but expired. The kids are all the same and it turns out they're all pissed. With Metabolizing Costco, curator Jessica Powers (TARL) invites Seattle artists Sol Hashimi and Rebar Niemi to call a temporary truce, working together to create a physical screenshot of the children of 2012." The exhibition runs from April 10 - May 1, 2010.

Opening reception • 7-10pm • April 10
Ditch Projects • 303 S 5th Ave #190, Springfield, OR • info@ditchprojects.com

Posted by Megan Driscoll on April 08, 2010 at 12:11 | Comments (0)


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