Repetti Gallery presents twelve members of TAG Projects in a month-long exhibition of ever-changing artwork. The process-oriented exhibition will start on September 4th. Audience members attending the September 6th opening reception will view the works at their beginnings.
Over the course of the month, the artists will transform their works, sometimes collaborating with each other and sometimes inviting audience members to collaborate. The artists and their ongoing transformations will be on view from noon until 6pm Wednesday to Sunday. Documentation of the transformations will be posted to this site.
On September 30th, the gallery will host a closing reception featuring a DJ to celebrate the final incarnations of the projects as they have developed over the course of the month.
Interactive works will include a karaoke installation by Stanford Wintersberger, directive happenings by Jackie Milad, a photo blog project by Miriam Songster and an edible painting by T. Charnan Lewis.
Group collaborations will include the following: A drawing made up of constantly accumulating marks by TAG Projects members directed by Elisabeth Smolarz. An installation of printed and shredded computer spam emails sent to participating artists over the course of the exhibition by Tamiko Kawata. An ever-morphing line of cut paper by Sarah Julig and fellow artists.
Projects evolved by single artists include Monika Zarzeczna's Micro World installation, Derick Melander's folded clothing sculpture, William Armstrong's evaporation happening, Hirofumi Maeshiba's carved wood sculpture, and Magdalen Pierrakos's installation which uses personal effects as a basis for plot structure & narrative.