Wednesday, January 9, 2008
6:30 - 9:30PM
$25 non-members, free for members (limit of 2)
Limit of 6 participants per night, call 864-8855 for reservations
Erica Gangsei is a sculptor, performer and activist from Brooklyn, NY. Her performances, public interventions and site-specific fiber installations chart the hidden currents of origin and meaning in the physical world. Gangsei studied Philosophy at Amherst College and Sculpture at the San Francisco Art Institute. She is a current member of The Lab's Programming Committee.
Kirk Stoller is a working artist, teacher, and member of The Lab's Programming Committee. He received his MFA from UC Berkeley in 2004 and has exhibited in various galleries around the United States. Stoller has taught at UC Berkeley and City College of San Francisco, and recently completed an affiliate residency at the Headlands Center for the Arts. Stoller's work generally consists of found object sculptures, made from collected materials that are deconstructed and reassembled to arrive at different meanings. By maintaining a presence both on the wall and the floor, his forms straddle the space between two and three-dimensional planes.