Artifacts and Rituals – sculpture show
this friday is going to be a sight for open eyes… come down to the magoski arts colony if you want your senses tickled…
Hibbleton features an all-star line-up in 300, the group show, curated by Mimi Yoon
the L space features Elizabeth Muñoz Nuñez
PÄS will feature a sculpture show, Artifacts and Rituals, from Jon St. Amant and Evan Everest
PÄS Gallery presents Artifacts and Rituals, a two-person sculpture show featuring the work of Jon St. Amant and Evan Everest.
St. Amant’s work reveals the two major religious factions in his allegorical cartoon ninja series, “Nowhereland”. Identical in philosophy, but differing in aesthetics, the two faiths-Green Mountianity and Red Treeism- clash in a satirical propaganda war.
Everest’s work references disparate concepts, philosophies, and spiritual systems to create pseudo ritualistic drawings, paintings, and sculptures, that are reminiscent of a past or future civilization whose rights of passage, rituals and customs are at once vaguely familiar and impenetrable.
The opening will take place during the Downtown Fullerton Art Walk on Friday, May 4th, and will run until May 26, 2012.
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