I am proud to present the first project of the new year as artLedge (with Caleb Lyons).
David Artledge is pleased to present artLedge
The Sun carries a torch of tightly rolled bark to light the world. After his daily journey across the sky, he snaps his torch to throw sparks which are the stars. artLedge gazes upon a future it conceived in the past.
Hosted by Roots and Culture for ROOTS.
Opens this Friday, 2/12, 6-9pm with a Reggae Brunch 2/28 11am-2pm.
Roots & Culture Contemporary Art Center
1034 N MILWAUKEE
Atlas Drift #1 Out now! Download pdf here (59.8mb) Suitable for printing.
Print edition SOLD OUT
OPENING at threewalls 11/7/2015
Site-specific installation at Mana Contemporary, Chicago. (Image by Robert Burnier) Details and full information to follow.
Cold rolled steel, 85/15 copper/zinc alloy
2 x 2 x 2 in (5.08 x 5.08 x 5.08 cm) x 10 pieces
Title Source: “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing” by Marie Kondo via Martha Rosler‘s Facebook feed.
Image: Cole Pierce via Instagram
Content: Images of Lauren Ball‘s 2013 installation at SideCar “Replacing the Uninvited Muse” applied to common cardboard boxes using a proprietary method.
Lecture and group writing workshop conducted at Sector 2337.
The results of the exercise can be found here for your sharing enjoyment.
Thanks to the participants.
(photo: Ashleigh Dye)
Conversation with Jason Lazarus for “I Like Your Work” presented by VIA Publication, Los Angeles and INSIDE/WITHIN, Chicago at threewalls, Chicago.
Burning David Shrigley screenprint “It wasn’t my idea” in a bonfire.
Part of Visitation Rites pt. III curated by Chris Smith at The Franklin, Chicago.
Thanks to The Thing, SF for the print.