Box 13 ArtSpace's April opening reception
BOX 13 ArtSpace presents four exhibitions. In the Downstairs Front BOX, Edward Kelley presents a partial collection in visual language concerning his personal histories relating to the larger human record in abutment.
In What Ought to Be: Envisioning the Impossible, contributing artists, architects, designers and other cultural producers showcase unrealized proposals for impossible projects and ideas that blur the boundaries of what is possible. The work, curated by Kim Cook, is located in the Downstairs Back BOX.
In Lives of Rocks, Amanda Smith explores links between the geologic material of landscape and the material process of painting in the Upstairs BOX.
In the Window BOX, Jade Yumang presents a way of tracing and abstracting the imagery of gay male archetypes in erotic and pornographic magazines in Citations.
The exhibitions continue through April 25.