Soft Serve 

The inaugural exhibition from CTRL+SHFT Collective.

Last month, I wrote about the newly established CTRL+SHFT collective, a democratic group of fourteen female artists sharing studio space and curating shows in a warehouse in West Oakland (see “Collective Control,” 12/16). From January 29 through February 19, you’ll be able to visit the space and get to know the artists’ work, which spans a variety of media. Soft Serve, the first show in the CTRL+SHFT gallery (1430 34th St., Oakland), will be a showcase of work from the collective members: Megan Reed, Addy Rabinovitch, Beryl Bevilacque, Channing Morgan, Danielle Genzel, Erica Molesworth, Katy Crocker, Jessica Hubbard, Maria Guzmán Capron, Andrea Fritsch, Eden Redmond, Sofie Ramos, C.A. Greenlee, and Yerin Kim. It’s also meant to reflect the spontaneously collaborative ethos of the space. “Finality is not the goal,” reads the exhibition statement. “Furthermore, performative interventions between the artists, audience, and exhibition are expected during the opening night.”

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