Opening Reception: Tuesday, May 31, 2011 4pm – 7pm Exhibition ends June 3
Personifimotion: place and identity through ephemeral process
Curated by Leora Lutz
The invented word, "personifimotion" draws its meaning from the combination of the word motion and the psychological word personification (when an abstract thing takes on a human form or trait). The overlying concept explores ephemeral and time-based movement embedded as invisible lines in the participating artists’ process. The process’ final outcome is embodied in the works via various means of abstraction. The result is a room of engaging and interactive pieces that blur, push and confound both societal and creative normalcy.
Mt. San Antonio College Art Gallery; Mt. San Antonio College
1100 N. Grand Ave. Walnut CA 91789, Building 1A
Contact: Cindy Orr (909) 594-5611 X 4328 (909) 468-3954 fax
Gallery Director/Exhibition Curator: Fatemeh Burnes
Gallery Staff: Cynthia Orr, David McIntosh, Selena Robles
Gallery Hours for May 31 – June 3: Tuesday through Friday, 11 am – 2pm
Curator: Leora Lutz’ curatorial work includes over 30 exhibitions. She is an artist and founder/curator of Gallery Revisited, a contemporary art gallery that launched emerging artists and gleaned recognition from The Los Angeles Times, artUS, LA Weekly and White Hot Magazine to name a few. Personifimotion is her thesis for the Mt. San Antonio College Art Gallery Design/Operation and Art Profession Certificate Program.
Inquiries about the exhibition, artists or thesis curator: Leora Lutz, email@example.com