a/s/l? by a piece of the crag on Flickr.

a/s/l? by a piece of the crag on Flickr.

a/s/l? at wurhaus by a piece of the crag on Flickr.

a/s/l? at wurhaus by a piece of the crag on Flickr.

A/S/L? Net Art Show, Wurhaus 7.22.11

A/S/L? Net Art Show, Wurhaus 7.22.11

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Sean Ripple, Tagging
May 21, 20116-9pm
Wurhaus proudly presents Tagging, a solo exhibition by Austin-based artist Sean Ripple. Using an image of the object he wishes to tag as graffiti material, Ripple has created a body of photographic work that can be thought of as his signature.
For this one-night exhibition, Ripple will transfer his practice from the 2D photographic plane into the 3D space at Wurhaus. Facades of various sorts will be crudely altered/defaced in an act of symbolic commentary regarding a very human practice; specifically, as the artist described, “how we subjectively interpret and alter objective reality to suit our own needs.”
More info: seanripple.net
Curated by Ben Aqua

Sean Ripple, Tagging

May 21, 2011
6-9pm

Wurhaus proudly presents Tagging, a solo exhibition by Austin-based artist Sean Ripple. Using an image of the object he wishes to tag as graffiti material, Ripple has created a body of photographic work that can be thought of as his signature.

For this one-night exhibition, Ripple will transfer his practice from the 2D photographic plane into the 3D space at Wurhaus. Facades of various sorts will be crudely altered/defaced in an act of symbolic commentary regarding a very human practice; specifically, as the artist described, “how we subjectively interpret and alter objective reality to suit our own needs.”

More info: seanripple.net

Curated by Ben Aqua

Isaac RichardTransfer ProgressDigital video40 min, 54 sec2010
May 6, 20118-10pm@ Wurhaus, 5305 Bolm Rd. #2, Austin, TX
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Wurhaus proudly presents Transfer Progress, a special one-night film screening and performance event by Detroit-based new media and performance artist Isaac Richard, curated by Ben Aqua. Directly following the 41-minute film screening, the artist will join the Wurhaus audience via internet video chat for a live interactive Q&A session.
From the artist:

Bathroom bra burner and fashion icon Sally Johnson has just been awarded a grant from the National Endowment of the Arts to profile Detroit’s burgeoning art scene. Once inside the city’s borders, Johnson gets bored and becomes enamored with a group of local nightlife figures and chooses instead to highlight their personal musings on life. Facing ontological fissure, will Sally J. say “No way!” or fall prey to the maneuvers of these new creatures? She may be strong willed, but style wields new power in this space and it’s written all over her face!

More info:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWnor53WJSw http://sayspace.isaacrichard.com/http://wurhaus.tumblr.com

Isaac Richard
Transfer Progress
Digital video
40 min, 54 sec
2010

May 6, 2011
8-10pm
@ Wurhaus, 5305 Bolm Rd. #2, Austin, TX

Facebook RSVP

Wurhaus proudly presents Transfer Progress, a special one-night film screening and performance event by Detroit-based new media and performance artist Isaac Richard, curated by Ben Aqua. Directly following the 41-minute film screening, the artist will join the Wurhaus audience via internet video chat for a live interactive Q&A session.

From the artist:

Bathroom bra burner and fashion icon Sally Johnson has just been awarded a grant from the National Endowment of the Arts to profile Detroit’s burgeoning art scene. Once inside the city’s borders, Johnson gets bored and becomes enamored with a group of local nightlife figures and chooses instead to highlight their personal musings on life. Facing ontological fissure, will Sally J. say “No way!” or fall prey to the maneuvers of these new creatures? She may be strong willed, but style wields new power in this space and it’s written all over her face!

More info:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWnor53WJSw
http://sayspace.isaacrichard.com/
http://wurhaus.tumblr.com