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Curator and exhibiting artists in conversation about time-based art followed by a performance

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No End in Sight: Artist Talk & Performance at SOMArts

SOMArts Cultural Center (934 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA) Map it Free

Join All Good Things… curator Justin Hoover and exhibiting artists in conversation about time-based art followed by a performance. Kristin Cammermeyer will discuss her work, touching on the life cycle of the object and upcycling in contemporary art. During this event, the walls used to form a studio space for Cammermeyer in the center of the exhibition will be pulled back to reveal, for the first time, a 360 degree view of her evolving sculptural installation. Eduardo Pineda and Rebeka Rodriguez will discuss community engagement as time-based art, focusing on how they work with communities to develop creative projects and mobilize people to engage. A dimly lit performance by Jeremiah Barber follows the talk. Revealed only in sporadic flashes of light and inspired partially by this study, reported on by the New York Times, about the out-of-body experience, Barber will create a levitation that floats in the after-image of the eyes of the audience.

Cooper Berkmoyer, Editor

No End in Sight: Artist Talk & Performance at SOMArts

SOMArts Cultural Center (934 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA) Map it Free
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