If you are in the North Beach neighborhood on Friday night please check out our MAP installation! We were invited by the MicroClimate Collective to participate in their exhibition ADD which is taking place at the Emerald Tablet.
A show of artwork in multiple genres with five events
The Emerald Tablet
80 Fresno Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
Friday, November 2nd 6-10pm Free
North Beach First Friday
Special guests Mobile Arts Platform (a collaborative project by Peter Foucault and Chris Treggiari) will present Building Bridges of Peace Station, an interactive Pop-Up post office/mail art installation which is a collaboration between MAP and Bay Area-based non-profit Building Bridges and features postcards created by Kerri Lee Johnson and John Casey. MAP will also be installing the Mobile Vespa Screenprint Cart which will feature original screenprints created by Lisa Solomon and Marcos Lafarga. This piece is can only be viewed during First Friday, so don’t miss it! Also that night you will have another opportunity to experience RedGreenBrain, Santhi Elayaperumal’s brainwave driven robotic drawing machine.
Saturday, November 3rd 8-10pm $5
CollectiveGIF: Information Overload
AnimatedGIFs embody the short attention span: gestural images pulling you into meditative focus and distracting you at the same time. Native to the Internet, the GIF is a vernacular form, easily dismissed. Glitchy, contrary, paradoxical in their position, animated GIFs take things out of normal time and place. CollectiveGIF: Information Overflow will present thousands of gifs – momentary gesticulations collected from the wilds of the Internet
Gallery Hours: Friday evenings, 6-9pm; Saturday and Sunday afternoons, 2-6pm
Participating Artists, Performers and Collaborators:
Santhi Elayaperumal and Yulia Pinkusevich
Stephanie Ellis and Serena Wellen
Mary Franck and Ian Smith-Heisters
Phillip Greenlief with shudder
killer banshee: Eliot Daughtry & Kriss De Jong
Mobile Arts Platform: Peter Foucault and Chris Treggiari
Curated by MicroClimate Collective: Glenna Cole Allee and Victoria Mara Heilweil
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Support for MicroClimate’s 2012 exhibitions is provided by Southern Exposure’s Alternative Exposure Grant Program; grant funds will allow us to archive the exhibitions.
Artwork Credit (left to right): Liz Hickok, Phillip Maisel, Sonya Philip