Time and Material
Time and Material
M+B is pleased to announce an exhibition of multi-media works curated by Sam Falls and Matt Moravec. Titled TIME AND MATERIAL, the exhibition will be on view from November 4 to December 22, with an opening reception for the artists on Friday, November 4 from 6 - 8 pm.
Participating artists include Sam Falls, Jacob Kassay, N. Dash, Kyle Thurman and Joe Zorrilla.
Time is transparent. We move through it unwittingly, conditioned by its constancy. It's passage is recorded on everything: obtaining, detaining, reflecting and detecting the subtle morbid dance of existence and material.
The work in this exhibition embraces the inevitable. The wrists acknowledge the object's empirical place in linear time. A place which is at no moment more complete, and at the end of which, awaits an unavoidable fate: that of its devolvement. Despite this material dissolution, the concept persists through time's weathering wash. The life of the object is to exist as we do, between two bookends, gathered up and let out.
Sam Falls (b. 1984, San Diego, CA), BFA Reed College 2007, Portland, OR, MFA at ICP-Bard, New York, NY. Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA. Recent shows include West Street Gallery (New York), HIgher Pictures (New York) and Fotografiska (Stockholm, Sweden). Jacob Kassay (b. 1984, Lewiston, NY), BFA State University of New York, Buffalo, NY 2005. Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA, New York, NY and Buffalo, NY. Past exhibitions include White Columns (New York), the 8th Gwangiu Biennale (South Korea), L&M Arts (Los Angeles), Eleven Rivington (New York) and the Institute of Contemporary Arts (London). N. Dash (b. 1980, Miami, FL), BFA from NYU 2003 and MFA from Columbia University 2010. Lives and works in New York, NY. Recent shows include Tanya Bonakdar (New York), Untitled (New York) and Nicole Klagsbrun (New York). Kyle Thurman (b. 1986, West Chester, PA), BFA from Columbia University 2009 and currently studying under Christopher Williams at Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. Lives and works in Düsseldorf, Germany. Recent shows include West Street Gallery (New York) and Martos Gallery (New York). Joe Zorrilla (b. 1982, Santa Ana, CA), candidate for MFA at CalArts 2012. Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA.
This exhibition is part of Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945–1980, a Getty initiative that brings together more than sixty cultural institutions from across Southern California to examine the history of contemporary art in Los Angeles.