to Sep 1

Of Nothing

‘Of Nothing’ is a site-specific collaborative installation inspired by the subtleties between: observation/perception, memory/sensory,  and measurable/immeasurable. A phenomenological installation, orchestrated by: reflections, solids, and voids,  will occupy the Soil's front gallery space.


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to Apr 28

At Your Discretion

At Your Discretion is an exhibition of new work by Bradly Gunn questioning the value of his art practice and acknowledging the power viewers have to either activate or leave dormant the ideas embedded into objects, images and recordings.

The power or right to decide according to one’s own judgment; freedom of judgment or choice: it is entirely at your discretion.

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SOIL art auction
6:00 PM18:00

SOIL art auction

Slink on over and support 22 years of SOIL Gallery at the 2017 Auction, featuring Fundraising Auctioneer Laura Michalek! Devour scrumptious refreshments while you wrap yourself around spectacular works of art. Something beautiful is sure to grab you.

Doors open at 6pm. Arrive early to get in on the fun!

Advance tickets $30.00 | Buy tickets online via StrangerTickets
Online ticket sales will close 48 hours before the auction.

Door tickets available for $35.00 or $30.00 if you dress up like a party animal.

Tickets purchased in advance will automatically be entered in a drawing for a work of art by aSOIL member

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F(L)AT - Flat or Fat
to Apr 30

F(L)AT - Flat or Fat

F(L)AT – Flat or Fat, is a response to the complications of shipping artwork across the country. The members of SOIL were tasked with creating artwork that could ship flat and then be fattened once it arrives at the gallery for installation. The work ranges from flat paper that fold into sculptural objects, 2D renderings of 3D spaces, photographs with hinges that become a sculpture, and fabric pieces that take up unexpected volume in the space.

This exhibition is the second half of an exchange, started in March 2016 when Napoleon and TSA exhibited at SOIL

Image by: Thom Heileson, Construction (Marrows), 10"h x 19.75"w, Archival inkjet on Arches paper, 2016

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