02/28/2015 - 04/12/2015
Saturday, September 15 | 6–9pm
Tuesday-Sunday | 12pm–6pm or Intermission
REDCAT: Rhode Island-based artist Tony Cokes’ Retro (Pop, Terror, Critique) is an ambitious new multichannel video installation that surveys the past 15 years of his work. Since the mid-1980s, Cokes has employed the medium of video to borrow and sample materials from high and low culture and reveal how race, gender and class are perceived through “representational regimes of image and sound.” Read more
D300 Gallery: Closed
D301 Gallery: Zachary Vidal BFA ART
L-SHAPE Gallery: Catherine Rockhold BFA PHOTO/MEDIA
MAIN Gallery Perimeter: Meghan Gavin BFA PHOTO/MEDIA
A402 Gallery: "studies in control" by Taylor Louise Lovio BFA PHOTO/MEDIA
LIME Gallery: Daniel Quinonez BFA PHOTO/MEDIA
MINT Gallery: "Inferior Self" by Kali Zappala BFA PHOTO/MEDIA
ART: Michael Leon, a CalArts Alum, is an artist, a designer and a skater, and this triad works in combination for everything he does. He has exhibited extensively over the past two decades, designs for a few lines and worked as the Art Director at Nike for a few years in the second half of the last decade. He collaborated on the SB, Tech Pack, and 6.0 lines and helped with some pieces for the ’08 Olympics in Beijing.
Before he started at Nike, Michael founded Commonwealth Stacks, a company that continues to this day. Established in 2000 and operating out of the second bedroom in his apartment on Commonwealth Ave. in Los Angeles, Stacks was Leon’s outlet to produce t-shirts that could be used as conversation pieces and as a “platform for simple, thoughtful design”. Sure enough, Leon has stayed true to his idea and his t-shirts are everything he wanted them to be: simple, interesting and thought-provoking.
REDCAT: Over the last 15 years, David Gatten has explored the intersection of the printed word and moving image with depth and imagination. A leading figure dedicated to mining 16mm film’s continuing expressive possibilities, he was recently included in Cinema Scope’s “Best Fifty Filmmakers Under Fifty.” Read more