Southern Exposure hosts the presentation of new work by Collective Genus, the aggregate of three San Francisco-based collectives, Three Point Nine Art Collective, ONE + ONE + TWO, and Borderline Art Collective. In their words, “genus references the taxonomic category above species, and denotes the entity’s status as both an aggregation of smaller groups and a subset of a larger category: the greater Bay Area arts community.”
Select images of new artwork and video pieces by the member artists will be projected onto screens visible from the street at various locations around San Francisco. These “screenings” will happen simultaneously each evening over four days in four different residential neighborhoods in San Francisco, offering free access to physically distanced art viewing to folks on their evening walks or while driving by.
San Francisco still has artists, and they’ve been busy. We’re excited to share the diverse array of work being produced by these collectives!
- Mission: Window, 2971 24th St.
- Mission: inside/out Window, 3573 18th St.
- Twin Peaks: Window, 980 Burnett Ave.
- Mid-Sunset: Window, 1411 32nd Ave.
- Richmond: Garage Door, 840 42nd Ave.
- North Beach: The side of Little Bubbles laundromat, 1535 Grant Ave.
- Bayview: Window, 1454 Palou Ave.
Kathryn Ian, Cheryl Derricotte, Marissa Geoffroy, Jacqueline Francis, Garth Fry, Ron Saunders, Jennifer Shada, Tescia Seufferlein, Amy Lange, Rodney Ewing, Danielle Andress, William Rhodes