Lawndale Art Center opening reception: On Plasticity: Poetics of the Built, With Wild Abandon, Tongue-and-Groove and 8 Ohms

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Lawndale Art Center presents four exhibitions opening March 13, 6:30-8:30 p.m., with artist talks beginning at 6 p.m.

In the John M. O'Quinn Gallery, Adam Crosson, Jonas Hart and James Scheuren's works in the exhibition On Plasticity: Poetics of the Built counter the monumental aesthetics of the built environment as a means to extract from it the found and the felt .

Anthony Sonnenberg's With Wild Abandon tackles the topic of consumption and consumerism through media ranging from porcelain to performance.

For her exhibition Tongue-and-Groove in the Grace R. Cavnar Gallery, Erin Stafford creates a floor installation using vinyl parquet tiles.

In Jason Flowers' exhibition 8 Ohmns in the Project Space, eight cassette decks sing harmoniously with one another until a viewer approaches an individual deck, resulting in the decks falling out of tune with their peers.

These exhibitions will be on view through April 18.



Lawndale Art Center
4912 Main St.
Houston, TX 77002


Admission is free.
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