RATIO 3 - PARK LIFE
PERFORMANCE ART INSTITUTE
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Ratio 3 Gallery: Green Circle, Black Diamond.
Artists: Al Held, Barry McGee, Jim Lee, Laeh Glenn, Michael Rey, Mitzi Pederson, Noam Rappaport, Ron Gorchov.
Comment by AB: A good deal of precision on display anchored by an imposing Barry McGee patchwork painting in the side gallery and an exquisite otherworldly Al Held. Stop on by.
Art by Al Held at Ratio 3 Gallery.
Large art by Barry McGee.
Detail of Barry McGee art in above image.
Art by Ron Gorchov.
L-R, art by Laeh Glenn & Noam Rappaport.
Art by Noam Rappaport (left).
L-R, art by Laeh Glenn, Jim Lee, Mitzi Pederson.
Laeh Glenn art in above image closer.
Art by Laeh Glenn closer.
Art by Michael Rey.
Michael Rey art.
Facade - Group art show at Ratio 3 Gallery.
Park Life: First/Last - RISD Alumni Show.
Artists: Jonathan Anzalone, Ra´ssa Bump, Lara Cannon, Percy Cannon, Lizzy Cross, John Freeborn, Alice Gould, Jessica Hess, Ritsuko Hirai, Michael Neff, Mel Prest, Elizabeth Thorop.
Comment by AB: It's a RISD alumni show. Instead of something for everyone, it's something by everyone.
Art by Jessica Hess at RISD group show, Park Life.
Carpet art by Michael Neff .
Polychromed wood construction by Jonathan Anzalone.
Art in above image closer.
Frame scrap sculpture by Elizabeth Thorp.
Hook rug abstraction by Lizzy Cross.
Art by Percy Cannon (Josef Albers says, "Been there; done that").
Relative density - RISD group show at Park Life.
Jessica Hess out front at Park Life.
The Performance Art Institute: Scott Sherwood - Upcycling Extinction; Qween Amor; Vicky Marlene - Street Naming; The Human Infrastructure Project.
Comment by AB: The Performance Art Institute affirms its standing as the strangest, most inscrutable art space in San Francisco, tonight supposedly opening four separate shows in their eerie interior. No one, including someone who tells me he works there, can answer any of my questions. I do luck out however, and manage to identify one of the shows-- an captivating presentation by Scott Sherwood, who takes discarded vintage 35mm slides and "weaves" them into hanging curtains of unidentifiable history.
Here we are - The Performance Art Institute.
Curtain made from old discarded 35mm slides by Scott Sherwood.
Discarded slide art closer by Scott Sherwood.
Vintage 35mm slides joined together by Scott Sherwood.
Curtain of conjoined slides by Scott Sherwood.
Slide in above image closer.
Discarded slide art closer.
Not sure whether these are a part of any show.
The Human Infrastructure Project - text, but not sure where the show is.