Scion Presents: It Was On Earth That I Knew Joy
||Scion Installation L.A.
open bar, free valet
|Opening starts at
February 20,2010 07:00pm
|Opening ends at
February 20,2010 10:00pm
||3521 Helms Avenue, Culver City, California, United States
||February 16, 2010
||March 13, 2010
Exhibition Features 15 original Posters, 10 Installations and 1 Short Film Exploring The Theme of Man Vs. Machine
Opens February 20 Through March 13
Opening February 20, Scion's Installation L.A. Gallery Space presents "It Was On Earth That I Knew Joy," a group exhibition curated by Lionel Vivier of Sixpack France that explores the increasingly blurry boundaries between humans and the technology we create.
Scion's 4,500 square foot Installation Space in Culver City will host this exhibition, which will feature Sixpack France's first ever short movie, directed by Jean-Baptiste de Laubier. The art in the show is centred around the movie – participating artists from the international modern and contemporary art scene were invited to create an authentic interpretation around the movie. The featured artists are: Akroe, Honet, Ill-Studio, PMKFA, Jonathan Zawada, Brigitte Sire, Neil Krug, Steven Harrington, Justin Krietemeyer, Daniel Sparkes, Cody Hudson, Russel Maurice, and Mark Owens.
More information on this and previous exhibitions is available at:
The opening reception takes place on Feb. 20th, 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. at the Scion Installation L.A. Space, 3521 Helms Ave. (at National), Culver City, CA 90232. The reception is free with complimentary valet parking and an open bar. Many artists will be present and available for comment. The exhibit will run until March 13, 2010.