Art League Houston presents Array, Totemic Lore, and Intervalo opening reception

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{exurb}, Array, 2016. Multi-channel video and sound installation Photo courtesy of {exurb}

Art League Houston will present three exhibitions by artists {exurb}, Alex Trimino, and Johan Barrios. 

Array, an exhibition by Houston-based interdisciplinary collective {exurb} in ALH's Main Gallery. The exhibition features an interactive audio video installation made up of LCD video monitors hung from the gallery ceiling facing downward. The sound and video in the exhibition evolve based on input from the viewers in the space. Below the monitors is a viewing area with movable seating where viewers are invited to sit down, lay back and experience the installation.

Totemic Lore, a solo exhibition by Miami-based artist Alex Trimino in the ALH Front Gallery. The exhibition features a series of illuminated fiber-based sculptures and installations that re-contextualize the traditional use of colloquial, low-tech crafts; crochet, knittings and weavings exploring social views on civilization, technology and gender. 

Intervalo, a solo exhibition by Colombian artist Johan Barrios in the ALH Hallway Space. The exhibition features a series of small works on paper that have an otherworldly, haunting quality, exploring the artist's ongoing enquiry into concepts of time, movement and space, as well as notions of self-disclosure and intimacy. From a distance these delicate drawing read as photographs, but up close their intricate surfaces become visible, striking a subtle balance between the materiality of graphite and paint, and its emotional and figurative resonances. 

Following the opening reception, the exhibits will be on display through June 18.

Event Details

When

5.6.16 | 6:00 pm

Where

1953 Montrose Blvd.
Houston, TX 77006

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Ticket Info

Admission is free.