CARDINAL OPENS NEW EXHIBITION EXAMINING CONNECTIONS BETWEEN VISUAL ART AND VINYL MUSIC CULTURE Cardinal arts space presents its final exhibition of the year, The Post Contemporary
CARDINAL OPENS NEW EXHIBITION EXAMINING CONNECTIONS BETWEEN VISUAL ART AND VINYL MUSIC CULTURE
Cardinal arts space presents its final exhibition of the year, The Post Contemporary Record Store, with an opening reception on Friday, December 15, from 6-10 p.m. Artist talks and performances will take place on the evening of Friday, January 19. The exhibition runs until Saturday, January 27.
The Post Contemporary Record Store is an ongoing curatorial project examining the intriguing connections between visual art and vinyl music culture. Specifically, this iteration of the Store features recent works by artists who are currently exploring the possibilities of working with turntables and vinyl records. Seth Scriver (Toronto) uses found album covers as the basis for his airbrushed portraits; Neil Feather (Baltimore) creates kinetic works from modified turntables; Margaret Noble (San Diego) mines abandoned lectures and field recordings for her Reductionist Records; Rutherford Chang (NYC) compiles and archives copies of the Beatles’ iconic recording for his White Album project; the Vinyl Vagabonds (Eric and Sara Gordon) (D.C.) create new narratives out of composite album covers; and Vaunita Goodman (Baltimore) will perform a new work featuring turntables and projections. Additional artist contributions from past iterations of The Post Contemporary Record Store will be on view in a special flat file, including works by Alex Batson, Johanna Biehler, and Hannah Burstein.
Additional information regarding this exhibition, including the full curatorial statement and artist bios, can be found on Cardinal’s website at www.CardinalSpace.com. The exhibition is curated by Alexander Jarman.
For questions or more information, please contact Alexander Jarman and Ariel Cowen at [email protected]
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image: The White Album by Rutherford Chang
(Friday) 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
1758 Park Avenue, Baltimore MD 21217