>>> I am really excited to be participating in this show next thursday!

“Perhaps I am walking along a street at night, in some strange city…
I pass a lighted window of a shop where perfume is sold. The window
is filled with pieces of colored glass, tiny transparent bottles in
delicate colors, like bits of a shattered rainbow”
- Tennessee Williams

PLASTIC THEATRE takes its name from what Tennessee Williams,
recalling his friend Hans Hoffman, termed a “Plastic Theatre”—
a kind of memory play informed by the surreal, the absurd, the symbolic.
The one-night exhibition showcases a group of LA and NYC-based artists
working in Painting, Installation, Collage, Text, and Video. Set in a
converted barn in the hills of Silverlake, the works explore cinematic
representation, liminal spaces, transformation, unpacking/reordering
language, and non-linear constructions of memory.

Claire Nereim

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