Side x Side

Contemporary

So Close

International Online Juried Group Exhibiton
Exhibition Dates: June 22 - July 12, 2020



So Close refers to a state of unity, of being united or joined together, but also to the idea of a near miss, the almost, and not-quite-there. We invited artists to interpret this theme in relationship to space, process, representation, and material. This work responds to various states of closeness or absence and offers a moment to investigate expectation, proximity, intimacy, vacancy, and omission.

Curated by Krista Brand and Mana Mehrabian

Featuring the work of:
Fern T. Apfel, Giulia Cacciuttolo, Amarise Carreras, Lili Chin, Inês Coelho da Silva, Yumnia Duarte, Toby Kaufmann-Buhler,
Bram Keast, Kelda Martensen, Dani Minuskin, Andre Ramos-Woodard, Nishiki Sugawara-Beda, Chiara Suraci, Flora Wilds,
Christy Wittmer, Katia Yats, Six Dash Nineteen: AliAnn Rushing Attilio & Jessica Lambert, Kengwu Yerlikaya, Ufuk Yılmaz, and Anne Yoncha.
 

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Image list : 
 -Chiara Maria Suraci, Informal Path, 2020, Graphite on paper, 100 x 140 cm
 -Giulia Cacciuttolo, The third half, 2019, B&W film photographs scanned and printed on polyfilm, aluminium structure, sand, variable dimensions
 -Giulia Cacciuttolo, How many times is once more, 2018, B&W thermal wax prints and stone, 80 x 100 x 40 cm
 -Christy Wittmer, Fragile Connection, 2020, Porcelain, wood, glazed soft brick, 50” x 11.5” x 11.5”
 -Christy Wittmer, An Urgent Cairn, 2020, Wood, glazed soft brick, epoxy, Found rocks, 60” x 12” x 12”
-Andre Ramos-Woodard, Untitled (LIVE LAUGH LOVE), 2019, Archival Inkjet Print, 22” x 28”  
-Dani Minuskin, Memorial to the Essence that Devours Us, 2017, Coal ashes, honey, wood, bricks, 45” x 32” x 15”
-Kelda Martensen, Starting Again, 2019, Woodblock, monotype, solvent transfer, collage, 30” x 22”
-Ufuk Yılmaz, Layers 14, 2020, Enamel on plexiglass plaques, 40 x 40 cm (without pedestal)
-Ufuk Yılmaz, Layers 19, 2020, Acrylic on canvas, 100 x 140 cm 
-Toby Kaufmann-Buhler, The Millwheel Everyday, 2017, HD video/stereo sound, 06:19 min.

-Flora Wilds, swim ssssstretch, 7 days of performance, 2020, Sculpture (and performance evidence), 10 ft. x 5 ft.
-Flora Wilds, False Neutrals, Fake Naturals, 2020, Sculpture/photograph, 8 ft. x 5 ft. x 5ft.
-Kengwu Yerlikaya, Let go the sorrow, 2018, Pile of blank A4 paper (174cm height), written story, pen
-Kengwu Yerlikaya, Love as the stone, 2017, Ready-made object; written story (9 pages of unsent love letters translated in three languages)
-Bram Keast, The Opening, 2020Gouache on paper mâché, 51” x 30”
-Bram Keast, The Closing, 2020Gouache on paper mâché, 51” x 30”
-Yumnia Duarte, El mar me habló por la ventana, 2020, Collage & graphite on paper, 21 x 30 cm
-Yumnia Duarte, ¿Qué detiene a una ola?, 2020, Collage & graphite on paper, 21 x 30 cm
-Fern Apfel, Mr. Nobody, 2020, Acrylic & pen on wood panel, 16” x 20”
-Nishiki Sugawara-Beda, Kotodama Converse, 2012-2020, Mesh wire, rice paper, rice glue, fishing line, and seal ink, approx. 12 x 10 x 16 ft.
-Katia Yats, You’re a creature, I’m a creature, 2019, performance
-Anne Yoncha, Re:Peat VII, 2020Ink, gouache, watercolor, conte, and graphite on paper, 18” x 24”
-Amarise Carreras, La Madre de Regla,Yemay á, Yemọja, 2019, Digital 16” x 20”, 1/3

-Amarise Carreras, Nenx sin patria (our mother’s hands becameour homes), 2020, Digital, 16” x 20”, 1/1
-Inês Coelho da SilvaComo dizer adeus a uma Catedral / How to say goodbye to a Cathedral, 2019, Cotton, sea salt, white pepper, pink pepper, black pepper, rose Himalayan salt and rice, 10 x 40 x 7 cm
-Lili Chin, Blind Skin Surface Tension, 2019, Ceramic, terra sigillata, low fired stoneware, porcelain, 21” x 19” x 7”
-Lili Chin, Ipoh Marble Shell, 2020, Paperclay, iron wash, marble, rock, porcelain, 10” x 10” x 16”
-Six Dash Nineteen: AliAnn Rushing Attilio and Jessica Lambert, I MISS YOU, 2020, Video, water, stencils

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