Mundane Shift Shape PlacementApril 30th, 2009
Park Life and Hallway Projects Present:
MUNDANE SHIFT SHAPE PLACEMENT
Friday May 22nd, 7-10pm
Please join us for our next art exhibition, Mundane Shift Shape Placement, featuring the work of Chris Corales, Andrea Myers, Matthew Rich, Brion Nuda Rosch, and Liz Walsh.
Curated by Hallway Projects, this exhibition continues its stated aim of collaborating with both artists and participants in a series of exhibits, happenings, and exchanges.
– A complete list of words in alphabetical order; Arranged Assemblage Boundaries Chance Collage Color Contradictions Cutting Form Formal Geometry Installation Light Material Medium Method Mundane Monumental Practice Painting Placement Plane Process Reinvent Relationship Remnants Sculptural
Shape Shift Space Sound Tone Whole
Chris Corales lives and works in San Francisco and has exhibited collages
and installations at galleries including A.O.V, SF Arts Commission Gallery,
Four Walls, Gregory Lind Gallery, New Langton Arts, and Paulson Press.
Recent solo exhibitions have included Adobe Books Back Room Gallery and
Ross Mirkarimi’s office in San Francisco’s City Hall. Corales
has also shown in Los Angeles, Chicago, Vancouver, and Lisbon
Andrea Myers lives and works in Chicago. Myers received her MFA in Fiber
and Material Studies at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in
2006. She has been awarded fellowships through the League Club of Chicago,
The Institute of Chicago, and SAIC. Andrea Myers has exhibited artwork
at galleries including, Stephen Zevitas Gallery, Lisa Boyle, Evanston
Art Center, and Kuhn Gallery.
Matthew Rich lives in Boston, teaches art at Northeastern University and has exhibited
his cut and assembled paintings at galleries, including a recent solo
exhibit at devening projects + editions, group exhibits at Hallway Projects,
LaMontagne Gallery, Suburban, Fleisher.Ollman Gallery, Samson Projects,
Proof Gallery, Project Row Houses, and The Sharon Arts Center.
Brion Nuda Rosch lives and works in San Francisco and has exhibited paintings, collage
and assemblage at galleries, including a recent residency at Southern
Exposure, and solo exhibitions at Allston Skirt, 301 Bocana Gallery, and
group exhibitions at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, Harold
Art Center, Samson Projects, Eleanor Harwood Gallery, and Triple Base
Liz Walsh lives and works in San Francisco and earned her MFA in Painting
from the California College of the Arts 2003. She was also awarded the
MFA Headlands Studio Award and has participating in residencies at Cooper
Union and recently at the Many-Mini Project in Berlin. Solo and Group
Exhibitions include installations at Eleanor Harwood Gallery, Adobe Books,
Hallway Projects, Mimi Barr, and Gather. Walsh has shown her work in San
Francisco, New York, Japan, Berlin and Seattle.