I'm showing my piece 90210 House for the first time in Los Angeles as part of the Super/Prime: Pavillion, which is an annex to Volume at AT1 Projects.
"Super/Prime is an amorphous project of shifting sites with the aim of providing increased visibility to young artists and next level propaganda. Exhibitions take place in otherwise un- occupied spaces creating a platform upon which we may construct an alternative institution to support the production and dissemination of art.
Super/Prime brings their unique brand of pop-up art show to Los Angeles in the form of the Super/Prime: Pavilion, a site-specific, independently curated annex to VOLUME at AT1 Projects. Working off the flexible and broad idea of ERSATZ, the Pavilion furnishes its temporary home with work that confronts value & replacement, markets & ecotone. The Super/Prime: Pavilion is a squatter; home is where you hang your picture.
Installed haunted-house style in a three-story condominium in Atwater, Los Angeles, the show leads the viewers through displaced, illusive, and kitsch experiences mediated by an array of often-times badly-chosen substrates. The work exists in an in-between state, a holding pattern for ideas external to and very specifically about the substitution of material. By means of appropriation, mechanical reproduction, and transformation: This is our ersatz show."
(from the Super/Prime website)
the Super/Prime PAVILION: The Cloacina Project (Molly Danielsson and Mathew Lippincott), Harry Gassel, Brendan Griffiths & Mylinh Nguyen, Riley Hooker, Gary Kachadourian, Brian Randolph, Steven Sarkozy, and Stacia Yeapanis.
the Super/Prime: Pavilion
part of VOLUME at AT1 Projects
3229 Casitas Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90039
21 May6 June 2010, Opening & Performances: Friday, 21 May, 610 PM (free)
Regular gallery hours: WedSun, 126 PM