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Space Is the Place

RICHARD SPEER
Wednesday April 03
Disjecta
8371 N Interstate Ave.
 
Architectural space meets space of the “final frontier” kind in Disjecta’s lively group exhibition, Space Is the Place. Artists Guillermo Gómez-Peña, David Huffman, Wendy Red Star and Saya Woolfalk offer up cheeky paintings, sculptures, costumes and a video installation in the style known as “Afro-futurism.” Basketballs are a recurring motif, stacked in a pyramidal sculpture and used in a geometric abstract painting that’s not quite abstract after all; each of the tiny circles in the composition, upon close inspection, reveals itself as a miniature depiction of a basketball. The show is wittily co-curated by Josephine Zarkovich and Elizabeth Spavento. Through April 28.

 



Where: Disjecta
Phone: 286-9449
Address: 8371 N Interstate Ave.
Website: disjecta.org

 
 

Disjecta

8371 N Interstate Ave.
Portland, OR
97217
 
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