Now at GearBox:
PASSION & RESTRAINT by Irene Nelson and Gina Telcocci with special installation, Burn Pile by Bachrun LoMele in the Inner Room
Aug 30 – Oct 6
First Friday Opening:
Sept 7th, 6-9 pm
Oct. 5th, 6-9 pm
GearBox Poetry Event:
Saturday, Sept 22nd,
2 - 4 pm, All Open Mic, signups start at 1:30 pm
Thurs - Fri: noon - 6 pm
Sat: 11 am - 5 pm
and during the First Friday Art Walks from 6-9 pm
Congrats to Bachrun LoMele who won our 2018 Inner Room call for entries. His special installation, Burn Pile will be on view in the Inner Room, August 30th through October 6th, 2018
Burn Pile links people in a community of heart-felt incoherence, and imbues meaning by leaching out meaning. Truth donors have been invited to speak in a private booth, their words randomly scrambled with previously donated statements. These truth essences are now commemorated and heaped. Intentions of truth and sincerity remain?
GearBox is one of three California venues hosting the output from Bachrun LoMele's Burn Pile. Installations of the work can also be seen in "Hecho a Mano", at Los Angeles Art Association through August 24, and in "Pressing Matters 2018", at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art Aug. 24 - Oct.14.
The Inner Room is an intimate interior exhibtion space at GearBox Gallery. Periodically the gallery hosts special exhibits or installations in this special space.
Previously in the Inner Room:
Record of the Journey, special installation by Deborah Benioff Friedman
Small Works 2017, special small works by guest artists Angela Baker, Paula Boas, Carol Dalton, Lucia Dill, Jane Fisher, David Fitzgerald, Ann Holsberry, Daniel McClain and Robert Ray
Factotum, special installation by Jessica Eastburn
Off the Rails, special installation by Tamera Avery
At Home, photo etching series by Irene Nelson
Raku Sculpture by Danny Rosales
Mountain Roomers, an installation by Darrell Hunger.
Whispers & Screams, an installation by Gina Telcocci.
Entropy Corrlled by Darrell Hunger
Unlock Your Mind: Ken Gulley & the Upstairs Art Association
Blank Slate: an installation by Joseph Mele
The Princess Project: TaVee McAllister Lee
Work by Ruth Santee