Sooner or Later At Southern Exposure 

This is the last week to catch a glimpse of what’s in store via Sooner or Later: Non-Euclidean visions of the future as a place to be at Southern Exposure. With this group show, artists envision what’s to come so that someone else doesn’t get to do it for them. The exhibition features a deadpan film predicting a stock image-like future from Bonanza; the most recent iteration of visionary video artist and musician Sofia Cordova’s ongoing speculative fiction performance suite “Echoes of a Tumbling Throne”; a cinemagraph by theatrical portraitist Jader that sets his signature species-defying glamour shots into motion; a decolonial painting installation by Grace Rosario Perkins; and “portals” collaged out of printed textiles by Richard-Jonathan Nelson. On Thursday, February 23 (7–8 p.m.), there will be a special edition of “Radical Art Tuesdays” in conjunction with the show featuring writer and curator Dorothy Santos, artist Sebastian Alvarez, and a screening of Don Hertzfeldt’s award-winning short film World of Tomorrow. Now seems like a good time to start taking control of what’s to come.

Tags:

Comments

Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Anonymous and pseudonymous comments will be removed.

Readers also liked…

Latest in Art Pick

Author Archives

Most Popular Stories

Special Reports

Summer Guide 2018

It's the Express' guide to all things summer!

Taste, Spring 2018

Women in Food.

© 2018 East Bay Express    All Rights Reserved
Powered by Foundation