Photo courtesy of BOX 13 ArtSpace

In The Chromatic Saturation Social Club, Autumn Knight and Robert Pruitt are re-imaging art action as relatable common experiences by using "after hours" and "art spaces" as under-utilized time/space material in the Downstairs Back BOX. Knight and Pruitt are addressing an alternate portal to social and creative action by developing experimental ideas and revisiting projects that were not presented publicly. These events featured music, food, creative action and dialogue. This organic institution will operate the way that many social and pleasure clubs do - through memberships and (for Knight and Pruitt) non-monetary dues. The intent is to practice and generate a commitment to alternative social models that address the actual needs of people.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through July 9.

In The Chromatic Saturation Social Club, Autumn Knight and Robert Pruitt are re-imaging art action as relatable common experiences by using "after hours" and "art spaces" as under-utilized time/space material in the Downstairs Back BOX. Knight and Pruitt are addressing an alternate portal to social and creative action by developing experimental ideas and revisiting projects that were not presented publicly. These events featured music, food, creative action and dialogue. This organic institution will operate the way that many social and pleasure clubs do - through memberships and (for Knight and Pruitt) non-monetary dues. The intent is to practice and generate a commitment to alternative social models that address the actual needs of people.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through July 9.

In The Chromatic Saturation Social Club, Autumn Knight and Robert Pruitt are re-imaging art action as relatable common experiences by using "after hours" and "art spaces" as under-utilized time/space material in the Downstairs Back BOX. Knight and Pruitt are addressing an alternate portal to social and creative action by developing experimental ideas and revisiting projects that were not presented publicly. These events featured music, food, creative action and dialogue. This organic institution will operate the way that many social and pleasure clubs do - through memberships and (for Knight and Pruitt) non-monetary dues. The intent is to practice and generate a commitment to alternative social models that address the actual needs of people.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through July 9.

WHEN

WHERE

BOX 13 ArtSpace
6700 Harrisburg Blvd.
Houston, TX 77011
http://box13artspace.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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