Saturday, July 21, 2012


dataprocessing 23" x 23" oil on linen

The HOLODECK, PØST, Thursday, July 26th, 7-9PM
organized by Brad Eberhard

The Holodeck is a simulated reality facility on the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D, the primary setting of the American science-fiction television series Star Trek the Next Generation. The characters on the show use the Holodeck for a variety of applications, including recreation, training, and problem solving. Although crew members can program in the environment or scenario they wish to inhabit, they cannot necessarily control their experience once inside. Things go wrong with it pretty regularly. People get stuck inside and can’t get out. Like art, the Holodeck is an ideal world in which refreshment and conflict go hand in hand.

The HOLODECK is a group show whose participants were each given a card from a deck of Star Trek the Next Generation playing cards as a prompt for an artwork. Each person was presented with the option to select a card with a specific character/theme or to receive a card randomly from the deck. The breakdown was about 50/50, specific vs. random. They could use the their card as a source, an object, or the starting point for any manner of conceptual strategy that suited them. The show will include a variety of 2, 3, and 4 dimensional media.

Saturday, July 7, 2012

bagotrix, beadedcandlecurtain, redhead

bagotrix 19" x 19" oil on canvas


beadedcandlecurtain 18" x 17" oil on linen


redhead 54" x 72" oil on canvas

jointventure, faceinthecrowd, overlaps

jointventure 48" x 48" oil on linen

faceinthecrowd 18" x 15" oil on linen

overlaps 19" x 19" oil on canvas

LandR, emotionaljellyfish, stellar

LandR 24" x 18" oil on linen

emotionaljellyfish 48" x 48" oil on canvas

stellar 21.5" x 20" oil on linen

Thursday, July 5, 2012

wiggleroom, Cshape, spincycle

wiggleroom 44" x 48" oil on canvas

Cshape 22" x 28" oil on linen

spincycle 17" x 17" oil on linen