GEORGIA is pleased to feature Simulations, an exhibit of the work of Katie Caron. Caron uses ceramic, rubber, and a variety of reclaimed materials to build illusionary environments that engage the natural world, technology, biology, and human perception. Her forms gain an uncanny agency through the conversation between these concepts, surprising and even provoking the viewer. In addition to showing her mixed-media sculptural works, Caron will create a site specific installation for GEORGIA.
GEORGIA is excited to present, at the opening reception of Simulations, the films of Kelly Sears. Sears is an experimental animator who uses collaged imagery from catalogs, historical archives, and thrift-store cast offs to rebuild official or received American narratives.
Simulations will be on view one weekend only.
All events are free and open to the public. For questions about accessibility contact GEORGIAartspace@gmail.com
Friday, November 17, 2017
Opening Reception 6-11PM
Live Simulations dronetrack provided by Total Cone and the Sleep Donors (Eric Baus, Phil Cordelli, Oren Silverman)
Films by Kelly Sears 8PM
Saturday, November 18, 2017
Open Hours 12-5PM
Sunday, November 19, 2017
Open Hours 11AM-4PM
Edwina the Great and Her Amazing Traveling Flea Circus 11AM-12PM
Special Pay-What-You-Can Performance
Please RSVP GEORGIAartspace@gmail.com
Access to GEORGIA is through the alley.
GEORGIA is a pop-up art space located in the alley behind 952 Mariposa Street. Housed in Sommer Browning’s one-and-a-quarter car garage, GEORGIA aims to blur space and purpose. To bring artists, musicians, writers, fabricators, and thinkers together. To bring them together in a garage. To bring them together in a garage for a short period of time.
For more information regarding GEORGIA, Simulations, and Total Cone and the Sleep Donors, please contact GEORGIAartspace@gmail.com.