The Cube is designed as a traditional gallery space- with grey walls and a wood panel floor. The visitor enters the Cube through a portal from the front page of the exhibition.
Directly in front of the entrance is a wall with three oil on paper paintings with the title Red Handed, by Michelle Frey.
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The visitor can click on the paintings to be directed to the artist’s website: www.atelierfrey.com
Proceeding to the right of the exhibition space, the visitor see’s Peter Moens, We Stand on Each Other’s Shoulders, an oil and gesso on canvas painting.
Image description: Integrated group of 8 people standing on each other’s shoulders. Only the middle person is complete, the others are partly out of the picture plane. The background is abstracted land that makes the group appear to be very high in the air.
The visitor can click on the painting to be directed to the artist’s website: www.petermoen.com
Proceeding to the left, the visitor sees two silver gelatin print photographs by Hunter Ridenour. The two are 9 inch by 9 inch black and white collage images.
On the left is River Walk.
Image description: River Walk depicts a male figure floating above a river winding in through the frame. The figure’s body is twisted slightly with legs facing to the left and upper body to the right. There are 4 arms extending in an arch, low to high, extending in a pointed gesture away from the figure. Additionally, there is a large California Poppy flower floating above and obscuring the head of the figure.
On the right is Hands Down.
Image description: Hands Down also includes a large California Poppy flower at the very center of the image. The background is a beach scene with rolling waves. Descending from the flower are three arms, at three different lengths reaching downward. These are the same arms from River Walk.
The visitor can click on the photographs to be directed to the artist’s instagram: www.instagram.com/hunterthegatherersf
Proceeding to the left, the visitor sees Stumped, a triptych of Polaroid photographs by Heather Brown.
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The visitor can click on the photographs to be directed to the artist’s website: www.heatherbrigs.myportfolio.com
The visitor continues the tour along a perpendicular wall.
The first image on the right side of the wall is Lucia Znamirowski’s Freaking Chordy, a 17 inch by 14 inch silk screen print.
Image Description: In the center of the drawing is a girl laying backwards in a pink leotard and black oxford shoes over a chair with her face obscured. The background is yellow and there is a blue laundry bottle to the right of the chair and a white cat on the girls knee.
The visitor can click on the screen print to be directed to the artist’s website: www.luciastudio.com
Continuing to the left, the visitor sees photographs of two ceramic sculptures by Larisa Usich.
To the left is In Another World.
Image Description: Ceramic sculpture of female figurative bust with eyes closed and peaceful expression. She is listening to music through black shell-inspired headphones, and has blue hair in motion with a textile texture imprinted. A green collar imprinted with lace patterns rises up from her shoulders toward her head.
To the right is Balance.
Image Description: Ceramic sculpture of head is upside-down and balanced on top of a very small pedestal. It is life sized with a white crackle engobe finish and black lace pattern imprint on top of head. The neck and top of shoulders face upward, creating an open vessel.
The visitor can click on the sculptures to be directed to the artist’s website:
To the left is This Guy, a digital photograph by Ian Gerard Fabre.
Image Description: Digital scan of a centered, smashed, and upside down Donald Trump mask centered in the frame, drop shadowed and on top of periwinkle background.A digitally executed work including high resolution and enhanced color saturation.
The visitor can click on the digital image to be directed to the artist’s website: www.ianfabre.com
Turning 180 degrees, the visitor can see Quarantine 2020, a still image slideshows by Josie Lepe.
Image Description: Video collage of still images of seven year old twins; Rosalyn and Edward. Scenes of family daily life as it is confined and altered by a global virus. Depictions of laughter, love, anxiety, restlessness and release.
The visitor can click on the digital file to view the full one minute 2 second slideshow and to be directed to the artist’s website: www.josielepe.com
Turning back 180’s degrees, on a perpendicular wall, to the left is Bouquets for the Dead, an alternative process photograph by by Katharine T. Jacobs.
The visitor can click on the image to be directed to the artist’s website: www.katharinetjacobs.com
Continuing on the same wall, the visitor sees Matriarch Triptych, a triptych of alternative process photographs by Katharine T. Jacobs.
Turning 180 degrees, the visitor sees three photographs by James William Moore.
On the left is Daily News.
Image Description: low saturated digital image of a man sitting in 1960s midcentury modern hotel lobby reading a newspaper. There are no other people in the image that includes chandeliers, brass railings, and a red cut-out lit curving wall.
At the center is Alone with Dino.
Image Description: black and white digital photograph of a man sitting in 1960s midcentury modern hotel bar drinking a cocktail while a black & white image of Dean Martin performing appears on the nine monitors over his head. Two female bartenders stand off to the right side ignoring the bar patron.
On the right is A Moment Alone.
Image Description: black and white digital photograph of a man standing at the far right urinal in a hotel bathroom that has been decorated with shiny black tiles. He is alone in the bathroom.
The visitor can click on any of the images to be directed to the artist’s website: www. Jameswilliammoore.com/lonelypalmsprings
The visitor can now continue to the right to exit the exhibition space.