From Exhibition

Fathers of Abstraction
Alisa Bones

Fathers of Abstraction Alisa Bones August 26, 2016 Photos by Mario Gallucci Fathers of Abstraction Alisa Bones During the month of August, S1 has had the pleasure of working with artist-in-residence Alisa Bones. While in residence, Bones has created a series of process-driven paintings that incorporate and pull from her own digital archive of found …

Ornamental Hypergate Conglomerate
Birch Cooper

Ornamental Hypergate Conglomerate Birch Cooper April 29, 2016 Ornamental Hypergate Conglomerate is a generative electronic system that outputs light and sound. In this installation, conglomerations of digital logic gates being run as analog circuits in feedback systems comprise the score of a musical composition. The forms produced are spread across four loudspeakers in a structure …

Local Tide
Parallelograms and Francesca Capone

Local Tide Curated by PARALLELOGRAMS and Francesca Capone Code by Zac Parker February 11, 2016 Featuring: Ben Alper Gideon Barnett Aeron Bergman + Alejandra Salinas David Court Joy Drury Cox Fabian Hesse Rob Hult Alfons Knogl Chris Maggio Kayla Mattes Elisa Giardina Papa Gabriela Salazar Eileen Isagon Skyers Sheida Soleimani Courtney Stephens Barry Stone Press …

marissa jezak tony hope
Marissa Jezak Tony Hope

marissa jezak tony hope Marissa Jezak & Tony Hope October 9, 2015       <<recall: pagne, my legs stretched beside sel, snow from my boots melting, dripping onto         while recluse, but ill-eq         for why should I feel guilty for doing what makes me —–? why should i care? if am live — lavender town (ship) …

Listen Baxter
Wyatt Niehaus

Listen Baxter Wyatt Niehaus S1 is pleased to present Listen, Baxter, an exhibition of new work from Wyatt Niehaus July 24 – August 13. For Listen, Baxter Niehaus continues his engagement with the intersection of technology and labor with his sculptural and video works. For the video Baxter’s Eyes, Niehaus, with the assistance of the …

Orange House Action Clinic
Emily Jones

Orange House Action Clinic Emily Jones May 28, 2015             To present an excerpted cosmology of things and beings is to acknowledge their forms as present within multiple spheres of political, spatial, and emotional resonance. When this project takes the form of an exhibition, we are shown a series of objects, …

Goodsport: Game On!
Nicolo Gentile

Goodsport: Game On! Nicolo Gentile April 23, 2015   Debuting at S1, GoodSport launches its first complete menswear-inspired sporting goods line. Opening Thursday, April 23rd at 6:00pm, GoodSport: Game On! is simultaneously a brand launch pop-up shop and exhibition. GoodSport complicates contemporary expressions of masculinity at the confluence of aesthetics, (homo)eroticism, and practices of athletics …

Physical Education
Physical Education

Physical Education Physical Education February 13-21, 2015 (Photos courtesy of Physical Education) keyon gaskin, Allie Hankins, Lucy Lee Yim and Takahiro Yamamoto are Physical Education (PE): a Portland-based dance and performance collective dedicated to critical and commutual discourse. For their project at S1, Physical Education organized a reading group, artist share, and performance event. Reading Group …

Teaches A Rainbow
Derek Corns

Teaches A Rainbow Derek Corns January 3, 2015 S1 is proud to present “Teaches a Rainbow” by Derek Corns. This will be Corns’ first exhibition with the gallery. The show includes mixed media paintings, site-responsive installations, plastic sculptures, drawings, photographs, and ceramics – each made during a significant period of recent life events that shifted …

“It’s Really Cool to Be Here”
Thomas J. Gamble

“It’s Really Cool to Be Here” Thomas J. Gamble Dec. 12, 2014 “It’s really cool to be here. It’s such a beautiful night, and there’s so many people here- the air is just alive- and I look at my magical tree,” said swimming coach Rachel Drosdick-Sigafoos, 29, who donated the spruce with her husband, Dan …

Slow Grow
Tony Chrenka

Slow Grow Tony Chrenka Nov. 14, 2014 (photos by Mario Gallucci) wall: clay, polyurethane twine, straw, ball bearings, sand hand formed I am attempting to break away from Earth. Every day would be a new start. Each would be a first day of a bright life on a long summer solstice, with a body unrestricted. …

Apple of my Iris
Carly Mandel & Rebecca Peel

Apple of my Iris Carly Mandel & Rebecca Peel Oct. 3, 2014 “We have sacrificed the old immaterial gods, and now we are occupying the temple of the Market-God.” Have you found some things to spend your fortune on yet? __ Carly and Rebecca consider the decorative other object, which serves minimal function in day-to-day …

The Scenario of Work
Eric Mast

The Scenario of Work Eric Mast Aug 29, 2014 The Scenario Of Work is a series of oil paintings that contrast abstraction with stark figurative elements. Most questions are left unanswered, not for lack of answers, but because the deeper you delve the more abstract the metaphors become until all that is left for explanation …

Lessons in Heterosexuality
Screenshadows Group

Lessons in Heterosexuality Screenshadows Group July 2 – 27, 2014 London-based film curators The Screenshadows Group present a series of films and talks looking at the love that never bothers to speak its name. ————————————————————- Studies of gender and sexuality typically begin with both feet on the firm and familiar ground of heterosexuality before launching …