Sarah Jane Gorlitz & Wojciech Olejnik: Everything Next to Each Other
Sarah Jane Gorlitz and Wojciech Olejnik exhibit new and existing works, the result of their 6-week YYreZidency this spring.
Three Texts by Simon Brown
To cause to separate into pieces suddenly or violently. To precipitate the cause whereby something would be separated into pieces suddenly or violently. To encourage circumstances that would be conducive to sudden or violent separation. To indicate to an acquaintance that circumstances conducive to sudden or violent separation might be present in a given situation. To separate the cause whereby something would be separated suddenly or violently from the circumstances wherein that separation might take place.
Emily Wardill: Sea Oak
EMILY WARDILL’s Sea Oak was developed from a series of interviews conducted with the The Rockridge Institute, a left-orientated think tank located in Berkeley, California. From 2001 until its closure in April 2008, the Institute researched contemporary political rhetoric with special emphasis on the employment of metaphor and framing.