In-between Sun and Moon: Takeshi Kanemura and Snezana Saraswati Petrovic Opening Reception: Saturday, Feb 27, 6-9 pm
In-between Sun and Moon: Takeshi Kanemura and Snezana Saraswati Petrovic
Please join us Saturday, February 27, 6:00 to 9:00 pm for the opening reception of In-between Sun and Moon a collaborative performance based installation by Takeshi Kanemura and Snezana Saraswati Petrovic.
The poetic juxtaposition of Sun versus Moon with the humanity in -between, is explored with the use of organic vs man made materials and monochromatic vs polychromatic color choices.
Each week there will be alteration and addition to both of the spaces, as the Moon is changing with each new performance the space will alive and altered.
With this installation and performance series will be a fluid, living entity and a playground for the artistic dialogue between Snezana Saraswati petrovic and Takeshi Kanemura. Each moon phase performance will bring new artists into the dialogue until the final performance with 3 guests’ artists from Tokyo: Satomi Akutsu, Hiroshi Simizu, and Ranwakawa.
Each weekend there will be new performance art piece with more collaborators:
02/27 @ 7pm “New Moon” with Mark Dennis McConnell
03/5 @ 5pm “Eclipse” with Mark Dennis McConnell
03/12@ 5pm “Misty Moon” with Mei Hotta
03/19 @ 5pm “Full Moon” with Satomi Akutsu, Hiroshi Simizu, and Ranwakawa
This exhibition has two distinct spaces/installations both relating to the memories: Past Lives Garden and Invented landscape
“Past lives garden” is space with real and fabricated memories of our past as a reflection on our place in the universe. The installation in this space is monochromatic, and poetic reflection on the nature and opposing forces between the Sun and Moon as symbolic embodiment of yin vs. yang.
“Invented landscape” is hypothetic future environment created with plastic and all man made materials in vibrant and fluorescent colors, seemingly upbeat and childish. Walking through a door/ gate from the garden to the invented landscape a viewer will be transported from past into a possible future with no natural recourses where the plastic and genetically modified food will dominate.
Groundspace Project is an artist-run alternative space located just east of the 4th Street bridge in downtown Los Angeles.
Exhibition hours are Friday and Saturday, 1 to 6 pm.
1427 E. 4th St. #4, Los Angeles, CA 90033