Pseudo Science highlights the work of artists fascinated by science and technology, and whose work has a scientific or technological bent – but is not scientifically accurate. The work of the artists invited reflects, mimics, or implies a scientific or technological exploration, but in reality is not an absolute scientific rendering, conclusion or explanation.
The exhibit includes painting/drawing, sculpture, mixed media and performance. Pseudo Science will coincide with the annual Arizona SciTech Festival.
Artists include Christopher Caulfield, Timothy Chapman, Bill Dambrova, Casey Farina, Steve Gompf, Hilary Harp and Barry Moon, Mary Lucking, Monica Aissa Martinez and performance by Babs A’Delic.
WHAT: Pseudo Science – a group exhibition
WHERE: Frontal Lobe Community Space and Gallery
in Bragg’s Pie Factory
1301 Grand Avenue
WHEN: February 7th (1st Friday)
February 21st (3rd Friday)
By appointment (602.391.4016) – the month of February 2014
Curated by Beatrice Moore.
RSVP → Facebook invite. Take a look at this invite and see the artist studio visits and installation shots Beatrice Moore included.
This exhibit is free and open to the public.
Join us next week.