Urban Imprints: Scratching the Surface, presented by Kearny St. Workshop, features the work of four artist whose work incorporates the urban landscape. I was invited by curator Lucy Seena K. Lin to show part of my Tenderloin Dreamscapes. Part of the show will consist on three stop motion video animations made over three digital prints, the original prints and a video projection. Over the course of two weeks I will also be working on a site specific charcoal drawing inside the gallery walls.
I am happy to be part of this show with my artist friend and work colleague Mayumi Hamanaka.
A closing reception will happen on 1st Fridays Oakland Murmur on August 2nd, 5 -8 pm.
Asian Resources Center Gallery
310 8th St. Btw Webster and Harrison
Images of the series Tenderloin Dreamscapes and a site specific drawing at the Asian Resource Center Gallery in Oakland.
CREATIVE ATTENTION: Art and Community Restoration
The Mother of All Questions
in Crete and the creation of a labyrinth