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Heesoo Kwon (Fair Use)
VISUAL: We are seeking catharsis. We are creating spells of catharsis. Our work exists as a collective aspect of our transformations, offering the resonant waves of our actions in creation.

Antidote | A Group of Installations Inviting Reverie

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Date(s) - 07/08/2022 - 08/20/2022
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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Aggregate Space Gallery

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We are seeking catharsis. We are creating spells of catharsis. Our work exists as a collective aspect of our transformations, offering the resonant waves of our actions in creation. The perceptions we position ourselves in, and the questions we pull from our guts lead to metaphysical shifts which bubble not only in ourselves but into the society of which we are a part. By examining our place in societal structures, we peer inside both the world around us and ourselves, contemplating our histories in order to create shifts in the present. We are sorcerers creating gateways to reimagine possibilities in what often seems to be an impossible world. Our works are windows into a spiritual realm, where the very fibers of existence can be restrung.

Aggregate Space Gallery is pleased to present this group of works that act as invitations, portals, and pathways to which the “other side” of such thresholds is a space of rest and contemplation, both engaging this moment in the hopes of transforming and delivering us from it.

Featuring works by John Felix Arnold, Joel St. Julien, Heesoo Kwon, Calli Roche, and Andrew Sungtaek Ingersoll.

  • Opening Reception: July 8, Friday 6-9 PM
  • First Friday Event: August 5, 5-8 PM
  • Second Saturday Artist Talk: August 6, 11 AM
  • Gallery Hours: Saturdays 1-5 PM and by appointment

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Aggregate Space Gallery is a 501(c)(3) organization, existing to serve Bay Area artists and the bold projects they can’t execute anywhere else. We’re a team of tireless problem-solvers – working to keep art viable in our vibrant yet outrageously expensive part of the country.

IMAGE courtesy of Heesoo Kwon (Fair Use)

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