Posted by specialK September 05, 2012

September 6th is the opening date for the 'Space // Form' group show at the Breeze Block Gallery. Over 100 contemporary artists were given identical 10x10 panels & surface material to work with. Jeff Soto, Paul Insect, Tim Biskup (who's work is pictured above), Mary Iverson are just a few of the artists participating. In addition to the panels, there will be installations by Mark Dean Veca & Michael Murphy.

The Curatorial statement reads as follows " Space//Form explores the constructed and natural environment while also serving as a comparative exercise in how different individuals respond to a single set of prescribed criteria. All of the participating artists were given the same commission guidelines and identical surface material to work with. Each unique interpretation of the brief has led to the creation of a new artwork specifically for the show. The disciplines of art and architecture traditionally enjoy a symbiotic relationship, and the parallels run deep between the conception and realization of an architectural project and the Space//Form exhibition itself."

Space//Form will be running at the Breeze Block Gallery 9/6 - 9/29. Opening reception is 9/6 6-10pm. 

Alex Lucas 

Carl Cashman


Seonna Hong

Kevin Cyr

Mark Dean Veca

Mario Wagner 

Images courtesy of HI*Fructose & Arrested Motion.


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