curated by Eleanor Harwood
Mary Elizabeth Yarbrough transforms the backroom creating a narrative of primordial mythology. In the backroom: Kali, who symobolizes both a mother goddess and destruction, snakes, roots and tiny creatures come together to create and destroy the world.
All of Mary Elizabeth Yarbrough’s paintings are made of duct tape and contact paper. Her media are pliable, alterable, immediate and ephemeral, much like her subject matter. Her imagery is culled from sources such as the popular media, folklore, wartime propaganda, conspiracy theories, secret societies, outdated technology, events pointing to eminent disaster, and phenomena. A viewer may enter into her paintings on a superficial or surface level and interpret them as an ode to pop art or pop culture. However her work often touches on deeper issues and frequently points to darker evidence than we want to notice.
Another Step Forward, Walking Backward
curated by Kyle Knobel
THE END, and the loss which usually accompanies THE END, is a consistently timely theme- though we must admit, that to lose is also to gain.
A group show with: ALISSA ANDERSON, BETSY BOYLE, MATT FURIE, ELEANOR HARWOOD, XYLOR JANE, KYLE KNOBEL, MALKA LEHMANN, SPENCER MACK, ALBERT REYES, CORAL SILVERMAN, REGGIE SPARKS
Audiopopodopolis is a drummer who’s instrument is a hybrid creature of traditional drumset pieces and laptop driven electronic drumpads. He creates solo and sometimes accompinied groove oriented songs and drumscapes.