The multimedia and multi-sensory group show Volume opens tonight in LA, featuring a number of local and New York-based artists. The exhibit’s roster includes several CalArtians–Mariechen Danz (Art MFA 08), Liz Glynn (Art MFA 08), Melodie Mousset (Art MFA 10), Cody Trepte (Art MFA 10) and Aaron Wrinkle (Art MFA 08).
Volume’s emerging and established artists employ the use of various media, including painting, sculpture, performance, sound art and video. Much of the work focuses on the use of space and most will be site-specific, taking advantage of the 12,500 square feet of the AT1 Projects space in Atwater Village.
From the show’s organizers:
Volume takes advantage of space en masse; each artist will independently create, fill, employ, dissect, reconsider, and/or theoretically deconstruct the far-flung spaces within the massive warehouse locale. From minimal to voluminous and in manifold form and facet, the sight and sound of art will proliferate every square inch.
Rounding out Volume’s audible dimension, solo and interactive sound and music performances will inhabit the venue on opening night.
The public reception tonight features eclectic solo, sound and music performances by Arturo Vidich, Keepaway and Lucky Dragons, the LA-based band and artist collective, that recently played a show at MOCA.
VOLUME exhibition and performances at AT1 Projects
3229 Casitas Avenue, Los Angeles
Opening tonight (May 21) from 6–8 pm; performances 8–10 pm (Free)
Regular gallery hours: Wednesday–Sunday from 12–6 pm
Through June 6