First Friday Opening Reception, April 7th 6-10pm
F(L)AT – Flat or Fat, is a response to the complications of shipping artwork across the country. The members of SOIL were tasked with creating artwork that could ship flat and then be fattened once it arrives at the gallery for installation. The work ranges from flat paper that fold into sculptural objects, 2D renderings of 3D spaces, photographs with hinges that become a sculpture, and fabric pieces that take up unexpected volume in the space.
This exhibition is the second half of an exchange, started in March 2016 when Napoleon and TSA exhibited at SOIL.
The exhibition essay put together by Ellen Ziegler and (Morgan Cahn) can be read