Friday, August 5, 2011

Asynchronous Salon - installation

Last weekend Mary Addison Hackett was in town to help install Asynchronous Salon, and to perform her wall painting. I put her up in my newly converted artist's studio fantasy suite, complete with cat, clamp reading light, and sweet scents of linseed oil.
The Marsh Gallery at Herron School of Art is a beautiful space. It's on the east end of the main hall, and this show will be up through August 26, with a closing reception on the the 26th, 5 - 8 p.m.



Steven LaRose's series "The Barely Comprehensible Realm".


*MAH photo
*MAH photo
*MAH photo Nomi Lubin's collages. More work at "Paintings" and "Not Paintings".




*MAH photo My recent shaped panels paintings.

*MAH photo *MAH photo Mary Addison Hackett's Pool Paintings from Fluid: The Elusive Chapters from the Passage of Time.

*MAH photo



Mary Addison Hackett's alla prima wall painting which she did while listening to Arcade Fire's "The Suburbs." The album is 64:07 in length, as is the painting, per MAH's pre-established rules. A videotape of the painting will run throughout the exhibition.


*MAH photo "The Suburbs, 64:07"


Spacial weirdness. Ahem...above.

Until next time......




4 comments:

Mary Addison Hackett said...

I miss my artist studio fantasy suite. The vibe was good in there.

Nomi Lubin said...

Aww, the converted artist's studio fantasy suite is sweet! People would pay big money for that authenticity. Wait, did you serve breakfast?

Nomi Lubin said...

Sweet scents of linseed oil, heehee.

Elaine Mari said...

Thank you for posting all these photos. The show looks great. I love the photo of you and Mary Addison. What a great thing that you all got together with your work!