FemArts: Art Installations by Women Artists at Dinnerware Artspace
Thankyou to Warehouse Arts Management for making this exhibition possible at the Steinfeld Warehouse, 101 W. Sixth Street.
Preview opening: Thurs, Nov 21st, 6-9pm.
Closing: Friday, Nov 22nd, 6-9pm.
Set Up Timeframe: Nov 16th-20th. Schedule tba.
Marie Closeness DeGain
Moira Geoffrion/Shirley Wagner
Natalie Brewster Nguyen
The setting is inside the historic Steinfeld Warehouse, 101 W. Sixth Street, a large interior space which will have subdued lighting the night of the event so that each installation can use light as they wish.
`Each installation invites the viewer to become part of the work by entering the work. Unlike a regular visual exhibition where one approaches art as 'other', to view and observe from the outside, each installation in this exhibit invites the viewer into itself. An observer behind the viewer, sees that viewer as part of the piece. And so on.
`This is NOT an exhibition of one's artwork as if the artist were setting up a mini art exhibition of their work. Instead the exhibit challenges the artist to allow the space to have a substantial say in the direction of the piece. The artist will respond to the space, which is the spark, that brings the installation out from within the artist.
`There must be a light component to it because the general lighting in the warehouse will be subdued.
`There may be sound, video, or movement associated with the piece.
`The first 12 artists, or artist groups, that are listed above will be given a $50 honorarium. More honorariums might be given depending on the results of fundraising efforts.
`Wine receptions for the artists: Thursday, November 14th, 6-10pm, and Friday, November 15th. Food trucks will be present.
` A panel discussion will be held to talk about our experiences together about the process as a group, and as individuals, date tba.
David Aguirre, email@example.com.
This is a Dinnerware Artspace function that is supported by culturally conscious local businesses, and thoughtfully minded volunteers, both of whom are interested in creating something fabulous. Well, they're fabulous, themselves.
Thank you to all the artists for believing in the adventure that is about to happen with this exhibition. Hopefully a beautiful garden will result that will live beyond the calendar time frame for the exhibition.
Thursday, October 17, 2013
Thursday, August 22, 2013
But first we have to work on the vehicle:
`Remove the existing lid of the vehicle.
Construct a new lid for head room.
`Add clerestory windows to allow natural light in.
`Strip the blue off the vehicle, which used to be a delivery truck for the San Francisco Chronicle. The letters can still be seen on the side. Allow the raw aluminum body to shine through.
`Create gallery walls in the interior.
`Add track lighting.
`Add art work.