Natalie Tsui (they/them) is a non-binary artist primarily working in film, video, and performance.
July 24th – July 28th
Opening Reception July 24th 6-10pm
BAZT is a group showing of object-based pieces and works on paper within a constructed environment for community events. The individual works explore humor and mystery. The entirety of the constructed environment engenders how both humor and mystery can be a source of power and strength–using humor for self-protection or mystery as blockade.
The title Bazt is a reference to bombast, bastion, bastard, Bast–the goddess of protection and perfume in Egyptian mythology, and someone with a stereotypical accent from the San Fernando Valley saying the word “Best.”
Lena Hawkins (US)
Clara Bessijelle Johannsson (Sweden)
Tina Kohlmann (Germany)
Kevin McNamee-Tweed (US)
Curated by Will Owen (US)
Big Bend (Live)
Greg Fox (DJ Set)
Aaron Roche (DJ Set)
SEAARCH (DJ Set)
6 -11 pm Opening Reception
9 pm Performance by Big Bend
9:30 pm DJ Sets by Participating Artists
7 pm Potluck Dinner + Film Screenings
10 pm DJ Sets by Greg Fox, Aaron Roche, SEAARCH, and others TBD
4 pm Ice Cream Social + Artist Talks + Round Table Discussion on the role of Craft within Contemporary, Object-based and Digital Art.
12 pm – 4 pm Gallery Hours + Refreshments
12 pm – 4 pm Gallery Hours + Closing Reception