Tuesday, May 12, 2009

This Weekend

Picture Plane @ Nudashank

Nudashank is pleased to present our second exhibition- “Picture Plane.” This show brings together paintings that combine hard-edged abstraction with a post-digital return to pictorial space and linear perspective. Equal parts modernism and classicism, the exhibiting painters are from a generation that has been influenced by screensavers, vector graphics, MS Paint, Google maps, and Photoshop. The paintings evince the pervading luminescence of the computer screen, the digital color spectrum, and the expanding universe of virtual spaces. Flat, planar shapes are used as devices to depict scenes void of inhabitants. These paintings reflect a new, synthesized (perhaps alienated) perception of the world and how visual information is coded, condensed, flattened, and transmitted.
Featuring the work of Dan Bina (NYC), Morgan Blair (NYC), Michael Dotson (DC), Allison Reimus (DC), Dale Ihnken (BMO), & Tim Horjus (BMO)
May 15th- June 19th, 2009
Opening Reception: Friday May 15th, 7 - 9 pm

H & H Building
405 W. Franklin St.  3rd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21201

Urban Blight @ Gallery Imperato
Gallery Imperato is pleased to announce Urban Blight, a solo exhibition of new works by Alyssa Dennis. Through a series of mixed media drawings, Dennis attempts to "track the development of urban living systems." Her work is a collection of ideas, information and experiments that study the human relationship to the built environment.
May 15, 2009 - June 27, 2009
Opening Reception: May 15, 2009 7-10pm

Gallery Imperato
921 E. Fort Ave., Suite 120
Baltimore, MD 21230

Bruce McClure @ The Loft

"Cycloptically Through The Window Disks - There's Rings For All!"
A Projector Performance by Bruce McClure
Magic Eye is proud to host expanded-cinema artist Bruce McClure in his Baltimore debut. McClure, who recently played with Throbbing Gristle, will perform two half-hour live projector performances. Working with four modified 16mm projectors, film loops, guitar pedals and a handmade soundboard, McClure “plays” the mechanical supports of film like musical instruments. Harnessing the strobing light and percussive sounds from his stockpile of projectors, McClure’s performances are an improvisational audio-visual experience not to be missed.

Saturday, May 16th, 2009  8pm   tickets- $6

The Loft @ Load of Fun 
120 W. North Ave
Baltimore, MD 21217

The Protectors @ GSpot Audio Visual Playground
New Works by Melissa Dickenson
Opening Reception: Saturday May 16, 2009 7-10pm

The GSpot
2980 Lower Falls Rd.
Baltimore, MD 21211

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