Synchronicity Space presents, digging fills, a multi-media solo exhibition from Peter Burr. The opening reception will be held Friday October 28, from 7 to 10pm and the exhibition will remain on view through November 25, 2011. Synchronicity Space is located at 713 N. Heliotrope Dr., Los Angeles, CA 91205.
digging fills presents a thirty foot audio video environment centered around a 3D lenticular print series. It reveals a place where the uncanny and the supernatural meet the grim everyday. The environment is built from a palette of television snow: the greyscale of static noise. What once flickered with millions+ colors now renders a dissolved shell through checkered lenses. The work and its imposing backdrop evoke a computer wilderness drifting through some slow illusion. These are documents of a decaying digital age partly imagined, partly observed.
A sound installation made in collaboration with Christopher Dougleris accompanies the show. A weekly event series will take place throughout the duration of the exhibition featuring screenings from
Jessica Ciocci (Paper Rad) - October 30
Devin Flynn (Y'all So Stupid) - November 6
Takeshi Murata - November 13
PFFR ('Wonder Showzen' and 'Xavier Renegade Angel') - November 18
Show Cave & Cartune Xprez's most recent cartoon program, 'CMPTR PLYMTHZ.' - November 20
All screenings will begin at 8pm.
Peter Burr is an artist from Brooklyn, NY, USA. His video and performance work has been presented in many venues including Le Centre Pompidou, Paris, FR; Reina Sofia National Museum, Madrid, ES; and Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY. Recent gallery exhibitions include ApexArt, New York, NY; Paragraph Gallery, Kansas City, MO; and Steven Wolf Fine Arts, San Francisco, CA. Past residencies include the MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH; Bemis Center, Omaha, NE; and IMPAKT Works, Utrecht, NL. He is the founder of CARTUNE XPREZ, an animation project that has toured through 20 countries over the past 5 years, stopping at floating cinemas, cartoon schools, outdoor squats, libraries, and national museums to present site-specific cartoon events.
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