Published by Southern Exposure, San Francisco. Designed by Zaldy Serrano. The catalog includes essays by Emily Sevier, Valerie Imus, Jordan Geiger, and Jessica Tully.
Chris Bell presents Slow Pan Interior, a video installation that seamlessly projects the gallery back onto itself or so one would think. Elaine Buckholtz’s Scenes for a Box Carnival, is a video installation that takes an exterior approach to image projection utilizing four projectors during the evening hours to light the windows, trees and sidewalk directly outside the gallery. Bruce Tomb’s (de)Appropriation Project Archive is a web-based and public art project focusing on 10 years of photographic documentation of the former Valencia Street police station. Jenifer Wofford's Unseen Forces, a sculptural installation and wall painting installed in the rear gallery at Southern Exposure, persuades viewers to consider or re-consider the intent of a walk-through metal detector and it’s constant influence in our lives.