Thursday, March 16, 2017
Organic Logic: Terry Berlier, Bernie Lubell and Pamela Z
The final segment in a series of three talks in conjunction with our inaugural exhibition in The Garage, centered on the theme of “organic logic.”
For this talk, the artists presented and demonstrated their sound and interactive objects.
Using a variety of materials, from cut wood, to custom electronic devices, to analog record players and their own bodies, the artists contest the performative and visceral aspects of sound and how it changes the way we view and perceive the world around us.
Terry Berlier is an interdisciplinary artist whose work is often kinetic, interactive and/or sound based and addresses themes of the environment and queer practice. Bernie Lubell makes interactive wood machines that visually construct the process of thought. Pamela Z is a composer/performer and media artist who works primarily with voice, live electronic processing, sampled sound, and video.
Thursday, March 2, 2017
Organic Logic: Amy Balkin, Sharon Daniel and Fieldworks Collaborative (Trena Noval and Ann Wettrich)
The second in a series of three talks in conjunction with our inaugural exhibition in the Garage. Amy Balkin is an artist whose work involves land and the geopolitical relationships that frame it. Sharon Daniel is a media artist who produces interactive and participatory documentaries focused on issues of social, economic, environmental and criminal justice. Fieldworks Collaborative was founded in 2012 by artists/researchers Trena Noval and Ann Wettrich to invent new approaches to creative inquiry and collaborative systems that explore the world we live in.
Thursday, February 16, 2017
Organic Logic: Jim Melchert, John Roloff, Stephanie Syjuco
The first in a series of three programs in conjunction with our inaugural exhibition in the Garage. This conversation was between artists Jim Melchert, John Roloff and Stephanie Syjuco, centered on expanded definitions of ceramics. They shared their perspectives on the intersections between ceramics, site, performance, and audience participation in the Bay Area.
January 13 – 15, 2017
The 500 Capp Street Foundation participated in the UNTITLED, Art Fair in San Francisco featuring:
The 500 Capp Street Foundation is pleased to present, for the first time, Schemes, a series of nine works on paper by David Ireland. The original works on paper, a mixture of collaged photographs, graphite and paint, are from a series of proposed site-work schemes that Ireland created for the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles in 1988. In our UNTITLED booth, a commissioned series of all nine archival pigment artist proof prints was on display. Read the Untitled Press Release for full information.