August 2011 //

July 27, 2011 § Leave a comment

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SORT; A Tribute to the American Worker: A performance art project by Bernadette Vielbig.

Saranac Art Projects Gallery August 1st through 27th

The artist will work in the B gallery on a regular work schedule for the month of August. Her tasks of cataloguing previously used parts from her installations will be pre-determined and documented as they are completed.

This piece is manifest from the artist’s experiences working in auto & food industry manufacturing for a brief period in the Midwest and a lifetime of studio practice task work.

Come and see the work(er) as the space will change consistently throughout the month of August.

Items used in the work will be available for purchase each signed the last three days of the exhibition, August 25th/26th/27thth.

Items will be priced according to hourly scale wages.

Schedule:

Monday Aug 1st – Items arrive in gallery and SORT #1 begins, subsequent SORTs as completed. Check the south wall for details daily.
Wednesday 3rd, 10th, 17th; 24th, the artist will SORT 12 – 4PM
Thursday 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th, the artist will SORT 11 – 2 PM
Friday 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th, the artist will SORT 2 – 6 PM
Saturday 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th, the artist will sort 10 – 4 PM

Please refrain from distracting the worker from her tasks when in the gallery.

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Nearly Naked: An exhibition of ceramic arts by Matt Boland will show at the Saranac Art Projects gallery from August 4 through 27th.

Matt Boland strives to expose the deepest of human emotions, the secrets, the shameful moments, the disguises we all conspire to hide behind. A nearly life-long resident of Spokane with a recent Masters degree from The University of Georgia, Matt Boland strives, through the manipulation of ceramic materials, to show his inner most workings, fears, regrets, and hopes.

Matt’s work will detail the human as alien, the benign as monster.

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