SMEP 9 of 20, Glynn, Page + Sollars
Liz Glynn and Nate Page (LA)
Chris Sollars (SF)
In the home of Bruce Tomb and Mary Sheppard
Tuesday, June 19, 2012, 6:00 - 9:00 PM
Audience Capacity: 45 people
Artist and Project Information:
Liz Glynn and Nate Page
IT GETS DARK
A spatial alteration, mostly in the dark. Like being underground. There is the possibility of confrontation, or encounters. Note: This environment not for those who experience claustrophobia or extreme sensitivity to space.
COFFEE AND DONUTS
Utilizing this former Mission Police Station as a set, Sollars will activate the former station through actions, sculpture, and taste and make the inaccessible areas of the home visible through video.
Southern Machine Exposure Project events all take place in private homes that serve as public venues. As a result of the intimate nature of these 20 unique spaces there is limited attendance for each event. If you’d like to attend, you must sign up ahead of time and register online. Registration for each project opens seven days prior to the actual event. One new project opens daily at noon beginning June 4, 2012. Times and audience capacity varies for each project. Pre-registration is REQUIRED and all events are FREE.
Southern Machine Exposure Project is a project developed by Southern Exposure (San Francisco) and Machine Project (Los Angeles), involving 20 combinations of artists and performers from LA and SF, presented off-site in 20 homes in the Bay Area over 20 consecutive days from June 11 - 30.