486 49th Street, Oakland, CA 94609
Reception: June 19, 6-8 pm
June 11 – July 13, 2014
Thursday, June 19, Interface Gallery hosts a reception for their new exhibition “Irresistible Forces,” a solo exhibition by Tamra Seal, inspired by the classic films “Forbidden Planet” and “All About Eve.” A kind of magician of materials, Seal works in a wide range of media, in experimental combinations and constructions. The results of her process are sculptures that appear somehow both quite familiar and extraterrestrial, as if culled from an off-kilter (and likely more enjoyable) parallel universe. In “Irresistible Forces,” Seal presents new sculptures, including a massive, fluorescent rock, as well as a number of sculptures featuring polished, luminous acrylic tubing.
The gallery hosts a reception Thursday, June 19, from 6 – 8 pm.
The exhibition remains on view through July 13.
Recent SFAQ Picks:
–SFAQ Pick: Todd Lavine in Conversation with Sean McFarland at 1038, San Francisco.
–SFAQ Pick: “Verge” group exhibition at Munch Gallery, New York.
–SFAQ Pick: “Ancient Objects, Still Lives” solo exhibition by Sara VanDerBeek at Altman Siegel, San Francisco.