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BBQLA: Slightly Undercooked

BBQLA: Slightly Undercooked

Curated by Thomas Linder.

An exhibition featuring the work of:

Will Boone
Devin Farrand
Daniel Gaitor-Lomack
Nicolas Shake
Pauline Shaw
Michael Wickerson
May Wilson

“Sculpture is the art of the hole and the lump” – Auguste Rodin

Soft sculpture hangs from the ceiling. A felt tapestry reaches off the wall into space. Floor sculptures thin as if avoiding passersby. Where does sculpture fit in a painting dominated art market? Slightly Undercooked is a showing of spatially conservative sculpture, an investigation in dimensionality within traditional and nontraditional formats.

BBQLA is a migrating installation conceived by Timo Fahler, Thomas Linder, and Adam Beris. BBQLA hosts creative programs in various locations based on a collective agreement and curated by either the BBQLA team or through collaborative efforts.

www.bbqla.net
2315 Jesse Street
Los Angeles, CA 90023

 

BBQLA: Slightly Undercooked

Opening Reception: Saturday, November 5, 2016, 8:00pm – 12:00am.
On view through November 26, 2016.
Open Saturdays, 12:00pm – 6:00pm.
For appointments and questions, please contact info@bbqla.net

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Vase, atmospheric-fired ceramic, 14.75″ x 10″ x 9″, 2016

On view at the BBQLA November exhibition, Vase, an original Wickerson Studios artwork fired to 2500 degrees Fahrenheit in Herdra, a massive wood-fire atmospheric kiln.

View this work online at wickersonstudios.com