Wednesday, February 11, 2009

40th street Cut on Kahn's Alley

At the Oakland Art Gallery, the installation is in, the exhibition is up.

It creates an environment that references the neighborhood parameters and historical circumstances by setting up specific kinds of perceptual and/or spatial questions and conundrums in the language of a set-like environment. This is a multi-layered activity of framing social awareness with two coequal layers: the first being the process of translating the data of our research and the experiences of the neighborhood into an art environment of signs and language. The second being the installed environment experienced and interpreted by the observers and participants to be a new unique landscape of wonder and fascination reflecting our unique community.

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