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Submitted by cellspace on Thu, 06/04/2009 - 22:15
June 20 & June 27th @ 6 p.m.more info at www.theatermania.com
06/06/2009 8:00 pm
Submitted by cellspace on Fri, 05/29/2009 - 16:12
Burner stopped by CELLspace today (Friday) to paste up one of his newest multi-color stencil pieces, as well as paint a spaghetti stencil in the final "panel" of the ongoing Stencilada Project. While we had the ladder out, he also fixed a few drooping parts of Tiago DeJerk's paste up.
the final work, before we placed the potted plant in front of the facade.
detail of Burner's Kissing couple ("The Abominable Dr. Phibes") spaghetti stencil
Submitted by cellspace on Mon, 05/18/2009 - 23:22
Adam5100 stopped by CELLspace today to add to the ongoing stencil work that runs on the Bryant St. exterior walls. Here are some shots of the PS session of the ongoing Stencilada show.
Rooftop shot of Adam5100's hands.
First you set up the mask stencil and roll it.
Then you put the inner stencil in the mask and paint it.
Submitted by cellspace on Mon, 05/11/2009 - 13:39
Cellspace once again made an appearence at the How Weird streetfair, this time featuring some upcoming classes at Cellspace in welding, silk-screening, and a new Saturday morning dance/exercise class in Zumba. Corey Best and Yong Han were on hand displaying some of their metal sculptures, and talking about their ideas about welding. Also on display were silk-screened tees by Raven Nielsen, and some stencil/painting work by John Fischer.
Submitted by cellspace on Thu, 04/30/2009 - 10:16
For the last three years I've been developing my work in Barcelona, place where I've consolidated my artistic and photographic identity, started my training in art and therapy and created the photographic collective cuatro15 along with companions.
Submitted by cellspace on Mon, 04/13/2009 - 00:30
CELLspace welcomes Norah Hoover and Sherry Wong to San Francisco, and to Project 2048! They are the first two artists of what CELL hopes will be a long list of ongiong arts residency rotations.
My work mixes costume design, performance and photography. I collect found materials to make costumes and installations to be worn and inhabited - tents and dresses - and photograph them in action. I explore the way girl, animal, ornament, and image interact. My thesis work was based on the idea of wearable explosions, and my current work is a series of ghost dresses; I am moving from recycled synthetics to found organic materials. Photography is the center of all the work I do. My motifs, colors, and process are all anchored in the history of vernacular photography, its idiosyncratic rendering of containment and desire. I make "instant" images around my textiles using expired film, disposable cameras and Polaroids. I also document artists, musicians, and performers, and take "half candid" portraits: people interacting with each other and camera. I plan to document many of the diverse and vibrant performances going on at Cellspace, as well as the day-to-day of the residency at Project 2048.
Sherry Wong paints portraits of herself and friends on traditional wood panels. She often portrays herself as the hero in a confessional narrative where the occurrences in her life are sublimated into an epic story. For 2048 she will be painting group portraits of the various creative communities in San Francisco. In conjunction with the presentation of this body of work, the artists and musicians depicted in the paintings will be invited to show and perform spotlighting the unique communal spirit of the bay area.
Sherry Wong was born in 1978, and raised in Turkey and England. She received a BA in Studio Art at Smith College, and lives and works in Brooklyn and San Francisco. She has had two solo shows with I-20 gallery in New York, as well as solo shows at Galeria 13 in Mexico City, Vienna Fair in Austria and Akus Gallery in Connecticut. She has also shown in Athens, Berlin, Paris, Cologne, Moscow, Shanghai, Tokyo and Turin.
Submitted by cellspace on Tue, 03/31/2009 - 14:19
Much thanks to the Metal Shop at CELLspace for hardware install, spigot move, and an amazing Metal Mural to accent! Thanks to Chris Benfield for helping out, Flora Bora for encouragement, and all the artists for their time and talent! Had a great turnout at the Sat. unveiling. Several artists stopped by and added art on the walls. Hope to have unveiling photos soon.
Now What by James S. Cell panel art by Hugh D'Andrade, stencils by Russell Howze For the Win by Crystal Townsend
03/21/2009 2:00 pm
03/21/2009 9:00 pm
Master Culture & Armory present:
Mighty 4 Special Edition BDay Jam
Saturday, Mar 21 2:00p
at CELLspace, San Francisco, CA
Jus Jones (San Francisco) & Lean Rock (Boston) & DJ Mane One (San Diego)
Also celebrating the Bdays of:
DJ Celskiii, Noel Roxwell, Jivan Ivan and Power Serge
Venue: 2050 Bryant St. San francisco (cellspace.org)
time: 2pm - 9pm early arrival suggested
kids 12 and under free w/ paying adult