Paul Cesewski, Constance Hockaday, Marie Lorenz, Chris Sollars, A People’s Archive of Sinking and Melting
Southern Exposure and various off-site locations
3030 20th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Reception: May 28, 7-9pm
May 28 – July 3, 2014
Southern Exposure presents a five-week project, featuring work by Paul Cesewski, Constance Hockaday, Marie Lorenz, Chris Sollars, and A People’s Archive of Sinking and Melting (an ongoing project by Amy Balkin). Beginning Wednesday, May 28 with a public reception, “Off Shore” will include installations at the gallery space as well as a number of off-site events.
Off-site events include exploratory walks along historic Bay Area waterways led by Chris Sollars, performances at a floating venue organized by Constance Hockaday, a presentation of “the world’s first amphibious bicycle-powered Ferris wheel built for three” by Paul Cesewski, and more. The gallery-based exhibitions and off-site events approach the theme of water and its use with varying degrees of urgency, in a variety of physical contexts, and with different aesthetics, resulting in a collective presentation of ideas about water that mirrors the true complexity of the subject.
The exhibition will remain on view through July 3.
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