Mimi Solum and Stinktown Collective (Sinnem/Kolbo)

August 12, 2016 § Leave a comment

Great work in the gallery this month!

Jeff Huston invited an artist: Mimi Solum. It’s an amazing collection of works in the space, filing the large wall and there are pieces, the lids, on walls flanking the back wall.

These are fascinating drawings, and we are looking at the delightful multiplicity of the forms. The wall is great!

Sinners and Kolbo are at it again, with election going on, they are following their inner child.

It just won’t go to bed!

The drawings follow in Kolbo’s style, documenting their research in issues of surveillance and drone work.

They had a periscope project they did last weekend. We watched. 

It’s an election season so we are sure how we feel.

Come and see what they are doing. The work is better than what we have been seeing in Seattle!

It’s funny and interesting.


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