Lauren Marie Taylor's project, No Man’s Land, looks to science fiction and the history of heroic robots to explore the ways in which our machines reflect and embody our personal and national baggage.
directions given – directions taken invites 24 people to design instructions or parameters for the creation of new artworks. Each participant writes a prompt and receives a prompt, to be interpreted and enacted at one of six evening performances.
You're invited to collaborate with Bernie Lubell as he sets out to build an airship at Southern Exposure. Visitors are welcome to attend ongoing studio hours and two workshops and work with Bernie to create an air powered flying machine.
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Erik Davis discusses Abraham Lincoln robots and the work of Philip K. Dick.
The third of six evenings of performances.
Ramon's Tailor Alternative Exposure Round 8 Grantee
Ramon’s Tailor is an alternative storefront art space and community clubhouse located in...
Art collectors Deborah and Andy Rappaport are taking over an industrial building in Dogpatch to test a unique plan to save San Francisco’s galleries from being squeezed out of this overpriced city.
The Youth Advisory Board is a youth-driven after-school program where students, ages 12...
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Olivia Mole’s YOGAFLOGOGO is a performance and ongoing installation enacting the tension...
Photo by Matt Shapiro
Wylie is an artist, organizer, and educator based in Berkeley.
Southern Exposure is excited to announce that Executive Director Courtney Fink is one of...
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