SPACE 1026 would like to present “Consider again, that dot. That’s home. That’s here. That’s us.” A selection of individual and collaborative works by Adam Lovitz and Patrick Maguire.
Friday, May 2nd, 2014
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION:
“First, she tried a spoonful from Papa Bear’s great big bowl. “OW!” she yelled, “TOO HOT!”
Next, she tried a spoonful from Mama Bear’s medium-sized bowl. “Brrrrr! TOO COLD!” she complained.
Finally, Goldilocks tried a spoonful from Baby Bear’s tiny little bowl. “YUMMY!” she cried. “THIS IS JUST RIGHT!” Goldilocks ate the entire bowlful.”
The Goldilocks Zone, a distance from a star that would allow the surface temperatures of a planet to be Earth-like and just right for liquid water, marks itself as the best place to look for life similar to ours.
Patrick Maguire and Adam Lovitz have composed works that teeter on the threshold of familiarity and strangeness, at times escaping into the immeasurable. This tension, found in both artists’ practice, occurs in between the space of literal representation and total abstraction. A pupa world is documented, positioning itself amidst a developed and undeveloped state of being.
There are some pieces that caress or disfigure the gravitational pull of life on Earth, whether it be akin to the surface of a stone, or cultural debris on a city sidewalk. While others hover just beyond our atmosphere, transmitting a signal only made visible when looking inside our self.
And who is to say this phenomenon, this awareness, is not as tangible as feeling the warmth of a dying star from the comfort of our home?
a night of stand-up, short plays, video, music, dance and whatever!
Hosted by Rose Luardo and Andrew Jeffrey Wright!
Featuring Body Dreamz, Aaron Hertzog, Phyllis Voren, Robert Ecks, Alejandro Morales, Mikey Garcia, Rachel Fogletto, Jimmy Viola and more!
A video by AJW and CLK!
With DJs Emilio Airhorn and Kurt Life!
Thursday, March 27, 2014
doors 10pm / comedy 10:15 – 11:45 / dance party 11:46 – 2am
951 Frankford Ave.
On July 6th 2012 at Synchronicity in Los Angeles, CA a group show featuring 15 of the weirdest, wildest, and most powerful subterranean comix artists exploded into peoples faces with a visceral splat! There were some injuries and one spontaneous combustion, but overall it was a good nite.
The show was called FREAK SCENE.
Its been almost 2 years but you can’t keep good Freaks down…
Now, this spring, the FREAKS are back!
and this time with a few new friends along for the trip.
FREAK SCENE EAST
the new freak champions of underground comix
featuring works by:
Johnny Ryan (Prison Pit/Angry Youth Comix/Penis WAR)
Benjamin Marra (Night Buisness/Gansta Rap Posse/Traditional Comics)
Matthew Thurber (1-800-MICE/INFOMANIACS)
Pakito Bolino (Le DernierCri/Pixel Junk Destuctoid)
Jim Rugg (Supermag/Afrodisiac/Street Angel)
Matt Furie (Boys Club/The Night Riders)
Victor “BALD EAGLES” Cayro (Bittersweet Romance/Rub the Blood)
Jason T Miles (Pines/Profanity Hill/Love Wins)
Tom Neely (Henry & Glenn Forever & Ever/The HUMANS/The Wolf)
Josh Bayer (RAW POWER/Suspect Device/ROM)
Pat Aulisio (Bowman/XenoKaiju/Yeah Dude Comics)
Mickey Z. (RAV/Sagari)
Derek M Ballard (Cartoonshow/Root Rot)
Max Clotfelter (Andros/Buster/INTRUDER)
Lale Westvind (Hot Dog Beach/Express Less/Hyperspeed To Nowhere)
Shalo P (Cosmic Bummer Funnies/Death Trip/)
Darin Shuler (Castle&Wood/INTRUDER)
Anya Davidson (School Spirits/Barbarian Bitch)
Tom Toye (Illogical Comics/Dimensions)
Peter Gray Hurley (House/Death Trip/Happy)
Keenan Marshall Keller (Galactic Breakdown/Drippy Bone Books)
So what is FREAK SCENE EAST?
FREAK SCENE EAST is…
Graphic spewings of beauty and weirdness undulating thru your eyes and into your reptile brain, forcing a miniature breakdown in your DNA, allowing you to enjoy yourself in a primal state…
FREAK SCENE EAST is…
An overwhelming wave of 2 dimensional power forged thru vibrating formations of paper, pencil and ink, opening portals to dimensions of refined crudeness, painstakingly achieved renderings of id, the grotesque twistings of body, form and flesh, and reality-less vacuums of violence, absurdity and joy!
FREAK SCENE EAST is…
an explosion of original art, prints and comics from 21 of the biggest Freaks in comics today.
Enter this den of FREAKS… and let your brains go…
Come out to the opening nite party.
See some cool shit and hang with some Freaks.
Great write-up of the current show on the Knight Arts website, check it out!
Member cassette label and pro-bono music promotion company Refulgent Sepulchre hosts this maniac for a night of live “music” in the belly of Olde Kensington. Neil Young Cloaca is BROMP TREB, absurdo drummmer for heavy weirding unit FAT WORM OF ERROR long purveyor of wacky label YEAY!
BROMP TREB will appear in
THE VAT at 1822 N. Hancock St. apartment #3
SUNDAY MARCH 16TH
also featuring local support from irregular party freakss
starts around 9pm
$7 suggested entry donation
don’t tell the police
We’re getting stoked for Art ‘N’ Skate Zone @ Space 1026
Opening Reception March 7th, 7-10pm
March 7th through March 28th 2014
SPACE 1026 PROUDLY PRESENTS ART ‘N’ SKATE
An Installation by Dan Haddigan, Bradford Haubrich & Eric Kenny.
March 7th – March 28th, 2014
First Friday opening reception 7-10pm at Space 1026
After Party at Tango Noodle Bar
We are artists and we are skateboarders and we are building a ramp at the Space 1026. The ramp will be cool. we have a skate crew and we are called the Long Ass Grind Boys and sometimes we get a little wild. We are committed to bringing skateboard excellence to the Space 1026. We solemnly swear to bring the choicest techniques, and as such will host a fully-functional event of ‘skate-of-the-art’ proportions. We are sure that nothing will get messed up in any way.
$7 donation please
It’s time to get the BOOKMOBILE BOOK that you’ve been meaning to get for the past 4 weeks!! We’ve got 60 hours until the end of the campaign, and want to be sure that everyone who wants a book can get one. It’s only 35 canadian dollars, so head over to the kickstarter now to ensure that you get your very own copy.
And thank you for your support thus far!!
Courtney and the Bookmobile crew
Industrial Design has always been a secret passion of mine. Here is a link to the drawing of my first piece: CLICK THIS!