Static Bustle, Patterns Achieved Through Repetitive Processes

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Static Bustle, Patterns Achieved Through Repetitive Processes

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White Space is proud to announce STATIC BUSTLE, Patterns achieved through repetitive processes, its latest exhibit; featuring the work of Jon Vogt, joined by Adam Palmer. STATIC BUSTLE is a multimedia event showcasing visual and sonic pattern achieved through repetitive processes. This single-night event presents a series of navigable environments that explore limitations of perception. Using printmaking as a conceptual foundation, Jon’s work explores the effects of layering, multiplicity, and working within variable systems. The exhibition will feature Jon’s work in printmaking, weaving, sound, digital art, and video projection and Adam's work in drawing , printmaking and sculpture. White Space is Dallas’ first venue to integrate gallery space with a full-service corporate meeting and events facility, offering artists exposure to a nationwide audience and business teams an inspiring environment where they can create, explore and express their best ideas. Situated in Dallas’ Historic West End, White Space is located at 2001 N Lamar Street, Suite 500 (corner of N Lamar & Munger). Exhibit hours are Monday through Friday, 9AM-5PM by appointment. Call 214.272.2450 or contact us at www.whitespacedallas.com.

By: White Space Gallery

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