Curated by Joe Wolek, “On the Distant Horizon” explores notions of mirage, something that is simultaneously there and not there. The exhibit focuses on interpretations of chimera, illusion, delusion, hallucination, specter; a potential figment of the imagination; a castle in the air.
Artists in “On the Distant Horizon” include: Nadege Monchera Baer, Dani Dodge, Andrew Freeman, Todd Gray, Michael Isenberg, Ben Jackel, Alanna Marcelletti, Hanna Mattes, Jesus Max, Joey Morris, Ruben Ortiz-Torres, Julia Paull, Max Rain, Christopher Rauschenberg, Shelby Roberts, Amy Russell, Mitchell Syrop, Augusta Wood, Kim Ye and Kent Young.
6-9pm on Sunday, August 7, 2016 in celebration of the anniversary of the launch of the Explorer 6 satellite that sent the first digital images of the earth back from space.
Saturdays & Sundays from 12-4pm
from August 7-28, 2016
1950 S. Santa Fe Ave. #207
Los Angeles, CA 90021
Events & Performances
In conjunction with the exhibition there will be an event series titled, “Hot August Nights” that will turn BLAM projects into an event space featuring local and international artists. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 8 p.m. the last three weekends in August. The event series will also focus on interpretations of illusion and build upon the inspiration derived from the specificity of a locale.
Please consult the BLAM website for a detailed schedule.