Sunday, June 10, 2012
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Embodied: A 10-Year Retrospective
January 10 - February 18, 2012
Opening, January 13 from 7-9pm
Interview with Artist and Curator, Thursday February 2 at 4pm
W. Keith and Janet Kellog University Art Gallery
3801 West Temple Ave. Pomona, CA 91768
Gallery Hours: Tues.—Fri., 11—4, and Sat., 12—4
G. James Daichendt, Ed.D., Azusa Pacific University
Susan Joyce, Fringe Exhibitions
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, the College of Environmental Design and the W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery are proud to present Embodied: A 10-Year Retrospective of Kent Anderson Butler. This survey exhibition features video, still documentation and photography used by the artist to explore his own body through mental and spiritual phenomena such as pain, pleasure, struggle, redemption, and restoration. Curators: G. James Daichendt, Ed.D., Azusa Pacific University and Susan Joyce, Fringe Exhibitions.
Friday, September 24, 2010
Over the next year resident artist from Sydney, Australia, D. V. Rogers will be working on and developing his project LA * 2011 - LA Moves: A Seismic Disaster Machine Action, the event will co-inside with the Great Shake Out in Los Angeles on October 21. This year Rogers has planned a day of Community Emergency Response Teams training to take place in Pershing Square in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, October 16, as well as a musical performance by the USGS earthquake quartet at LACE on the evening of Thursday, October 14.
Survival Research Labs will be featuring the new Spine Robot in the Mad Science exhibition at the Sonoma County Museum and performing live at the opening of the exhibition in Santa Rosa, California at 3:30 pm on Saturday, October 30.
Wednesday, January 6, 2010
Ute Waldenhausen will be presenting details of her project Karton Vivant. she is especially interested in meeting artists in Los Angeles that are working with technology. please join us!
when: saturday, january 16 at 3PM
1268 north ave 50
los angeles 90042
Sunday, December 13, 2009
Fringe is pleased to introduce our first artist in residence Ute Waldenhausen from Berlin. She will be living in Los Angeles until May and working on her new project Karton Vivant. While here she will be conducting extensive research on motors and materials including tests with microprocessor controllers and electromagnets. Intended as an open experiment using reappropriated technologies with an agenda of improvisation and subversion, kinetic objects engage with the visual and acoustic environments in public spaces.
In the New Year the artist resident program will continue to invite and support the projects of artists that work at the intersection of art, science, and technology. Fringe is interested in expanding the network and creating global connections in this experimental arena. In 2010 Fringe will operate completely outside the box. Other new exciting projects are in development; stay tuned for more details in the future.
This season will be especially bright, Happy Holidaze!
Friday, October 30, 2009
Los Angeles Premier
Tuesdy, November 3 at 8:30
Kent Anderson Butler
November 3 - December 18
Reception November 19th from 5 - 8PM
Carl Berg Projects at Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles
The Yes Men
The Yes Men Fix the World
Los Angeles Premier
Laemmle Sunset, West Hollywood and Playhouse Theater, Pasadena
Video Installation and Performance Art
November 13 - December 13
Reception November 13 from 6-9PM
Marina Abramovic Institute, San Francisco
Holding Patterns and Collective Memories
December 4 from 7:30-9:30PM
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco