It is our great pleasure to introduce our first (apart from us) artist to exhibit in the Out-O-Space Gallery—Jeremy Hight (writer/artist/photographer/theorist) whose shiniest things are having a work in the permanent digital collection of the Whitney Museum, and pioneering locative narrative in 2002. Check out some of his work on Instagram here.
For this exhibition, the artist has chosen the following selection of 7 intriguing images that he shot on toy and cheap cameras.
The scheduled opening on the 18th May was delayed due to rain, but we managed to unfold the platform and install the images on the MirrorScreen on the 19th. Here are some shots of the highly exclusive Private View:
The Out-O-Space Gallery is part of our response to the Covid-19 lockdown, and we are currently inviting artists to exhibit with us. See previous post for introduction to the Out-O-Space Gallery. We will be adding a Super Out-O-Space movie of this exhibition as soon as it lands!
The next exhibition, in June, will feature work by Rob Miller.