Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Out of Sight, Out of Mind

Out of Sight, Out of Mind
March 14th – 23rd
in the Machine Project Project Space
Closing reception Sunday, March 23rd from 6-9pm

Two heads are better than one

Out of Sight, Out of Mind is Machine Project’s first ever group exhibition of painting.

The many Los Angeles-based artists in Out of Sight, Out of Mind use geometry and abstraction to create optical investigations, instigate perceptual play, and generate sensorial complexities while nodding to the art historical precedent of the Op Art movement. Organized by artist Emily Joyce, the show takes place in Machine Project’s optically challenging mini-gallery, which has its walls, floor and ceiling papered with black and white checkerboard pattern– adding another layer of mind-bending visual effects.

The show features work from Lisa Anne Auerbach, Carolyn CastaƱo, Nathan Danilowicz, Anoka Faruqee, Zach Harris, Julian Hoeber, Samira Yamin, Emily Joyce, Alex Olson, Dennis Koch, Katie Lewis Underwood, Melissa Thorne, Daniel Ingroff, Anna Mayer, Paul Morgan, Christina Ondrus, John Parot, & Aaron Sandnes.

The exhibition runs from March 14 through March 23rd with a closing reception from 4:00-7:00 on Sunday, March 23rd.

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