8/06/2007

Mini Artefakts at Borelli Space Gallery



Organized by Linda Feldman in CA, the Mini Human Artefakts show was a secondary show and an offshoot of the larger Human Artefakts exhibit which has already traveled across the world to several galleries from the US to Germany to Australia and New Zealand. Participants of the first show have had to cope with the logistics of sending large artworks across several continents in tandem. The mail costs for art can be astronomical. These pieces were shipped cooperatively by their prospective owners to various locales, thereby reducing the costs.....Participating in this who required a certain amount of digital dexterity on the parts of all involved! Most communication was via the Yahoo newsgroup and even contracts were sent digitally for signing. The show is virtual in addition to being a traveling exhibit, and it can be viewed here. I am going to have to look into an online exhibit for the mini pieces. I have to see if this is possible. Magikglasses would be happy to sponsor this in a permanent place online...

The Mini Human Artefakts exhibit is at Borelli Space Gallery until August 30. Several international collage artists are represented in this exhibit of collage and assemblage. I am pretty excited, one of my pieces sold!


Borrelli Space Gallery
4411 Park Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92116
Opening: Monday, July 30, 2007
Reception: Saturday, August 18, 2007
4pm-6pm public and 6pm-8pm Gallery party for participants and invited guests
Closing: Thursday, August 30, 2007

4 comments:

Tricia said...

Looks terrific.Congratulations on your sale.Wish I was a little closer and could see the show but it's a long way from St.Petersburg Russia where I am.I've got one on dispaly also. Regards, Tricia

Laura said...

Hi,
That's my little pieces next you yours, How cool is that. This was a great Idea to have the mini human artefakts. Please let us know if something else branches out.

~v~Laura
www.lauralein-svencner.com

julie said...

That is so cool! I really like it that we can have a collective exhibit like this. Seems like a logical way to do things...

Laura said...

That is does Julia,


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