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Fort Worth Community Arts Center

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Dazzle Dazzle

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Dazzle Dazzle solo exhibition by Sang-Mi Yoo at Fort Worth Community Arts Center focuses on color photo lithographs and layered hand-cut pigment inkjet prints. Her idea is based on iconic images that are created through personal memory, simulating the perception and memory from a collective experience. She has developed her interest in tract homes combined with botanical elements found in public gardens, using the format of constructed paper panels, laser-cuts felts and various digital and traditional printmaking techniques. The visual forms in this exhibition are derived from Dazzle (disruptive) camouflage patterns used in war ships during World War I. By means of these choices, she looks for creating a sense of fragility in memories and in illusions of the world we believe.

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• Mon 12/11/17 - Fri 12/15/17 at 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The Long Black Wig Project: A False Sense of History

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Becky Eddy Phillips’ art wavers in leaps and falls between the introspective and intellectual realms, with dialogues in science, domesticity and feminism. Grounding herself firmly in the present, she experiments with installation and performance to represent the primitive within a progressive contemporary plot. Phillips’ imagery is strangely eery, with a feminine edge, as if there were an invisible link to the past lives of the Surrealist women. The Long Black Wig Project: A False Sense of History is an installation that has larger than life size and diminutive prints of characters that are suspended within linear space. With videos on their surface, projecting false histories onto people and objects. Their faces are culled from on-line. Their clothing is of post-modernistic false historic costume and is worn in performance for video. As well, the viewer begins to project false historical narratives and their relation to the people, the objects, their relation to history and the artist. The 20 foot wig is both conduit and fiber, that connects the ages of prehistory, the Rococo, the Victorian, the 60’s and up to the bewitched present.

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• Mon 12/11/17 - Fri 12/15/17 at 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Dazzle Dazzle

Gallery

Dazzle Dazzle solo exhibition by Sang-Mi Yoo at Fort Worth Community Arts Center focuses on color photo lithographs and layered hand-cut pigment inkjet prints. Her idea is based on iconic images that are created through personal memory, simulating the perception and memory from a collective experience. She has developed her interest in tract homes combined with botanical elements found in public gardens, using the format of constructed paper panels, laser-cuts felts and various digital and traditional printmaking techniques. The visual forms in this exhibition are derived from Dazzle (disruptive) camouflage patterns used in war ships during World War I. By means of these choices, she looks for creating a sense of fragility in memories and in illusions of the world we believe.

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• Sat 12/16/17 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The Long Black Wig Project: A False Sense of History

Gallery

Becky Eddy Phillips’ art wavers in leaps and falls between the introspective and intellectual realms, with dialogues in science, domesticity and feminism. Grounding herself firmly in the present, she experiments with installation and performance to represent the primitive within a progressive contemporary plot. Phillips’ imagery is strangely eery, with a feminine edge, as if there were an invisible link to the past lives of the Surrealist women. The Long Black Wig Project: A False Sense of History is an installation that has larger than life size and diminutive prints of characters that are suspended within linear space. With videos on their surface, projecting false histories onto people and objects. Their faces are culled from on-line. Their clothing is of post-modernistic false historic costume and is worn in performance for video. As well, the viewer begins to project false historical narratives and their relation to the people, the objects, their relation to history and the artist. The 20 foot wig is both conduit and fiber, that connects the ages of prehistory, the Rococo, the Victorian, the 60’s and up to the bewitched present.

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• Sat 12/16/17 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Mon 12/18/17 - Fri 12/22/17 at 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Dazzle Dazzle

Gallery

Dazzle Dazzle solo exhibition by Sang-Mi Yoo at Fort Worth Community Arts Center focuses on color photo lithographs and layered hand-cut pigment inkjet prints. Her idea is based on iconic images that are created through personal memory, simulating the perception and memory from a collective experience. She has developed her interest in tract homes combined with botanical elements found in public gardens, using the format of constructed paper panels, laser-cuts felts and various digital and traditional printmaking techniques. The visual forms in this exhibition are derived from Dazzle (disruptive) camouflage patterns used in war ships during World War I. By means of these choices, she looks for creating a sense of fragility in memories and in illusions of the world we believe.

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• Mon 12/18/17 - Fri 12/22/17 at 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The Long Black Wig Project: A False Sense of History

Gallery

Becky Eddy Phillips’ art wavers in leaps and falls between the introspective and intellectual realms, with dialogues in science, domesticity and feminism. Grounding herself firmly in the present, she experiments with installation and performance to represent the primitive within a progressive contemporary plot. Phillips’ imagery is strangely eery, with a feminine edge, as if there were an invisible link to the past lives of the Surrealist women. The Long Black Wig Project: A False Sense of History is an installation that has larger than life size and diminutive prints of characters that are suspended within linear space. With videos on their surface, projecting false histories onto people and objects. Their faces are culled from on-line. Their clothing is of post-modernistic false historic costume and is worn in performance for video. As well, the viewer begins to project false historical narratives and their relation to the people, the objects, their relation to history and the artist. The 20 foot wig is both conduit and fiber, that connects the ages of prehistory, the Rococo, the Victorian, the 60’s and up to the bewitched present.

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• Sat 12/23/17 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Dazzle Dazzle

Gallery

Dazzle Dazzle solo exhibition by Sang-Mi Yoo at Fort Worth Community Arts Center focuses on color photo lithographs and layered hand-cut pigment inkjet prints. Her idea is based on iconic images that are created through personal memory, simulating the perception and memory from a collective experience. She has developed her interest in tract homes combined with botanical elements found in public gardens, using the format of constructed paper panels, laser-cuts felts and various digital and traditional printmaking techniques. The visual forms in this exhibition are derived from Dazzle (disruptive) camouflage patterns used in war ships during World War I. By means of these choices, she looks for creating a sense of fragility in memories and in illusions of the world we believe.

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• Sat 12/23/17 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The Long Black Wig Project: A False Sense of History

Gallery

Becky Eddy Phillips’ art wavers in leaps and falls between the introspective and intellectual realms, with dialogues in science, domesticity and feminism. Grounding herself firmly in the present, she experiments with installation and performance to represent the primitive within a progressive contemporary plot. Phillips’ imagery is strangely eery, with a feminine edge, as if there were an invisible link to the past lives of the Surrealist women. The Long Black Wig Project: A False Sense of History is an installation that has larger than life size and diminutive prints of characters that are suspended within linear space. With videos on their surface, projecting false histories onto people and objects. Their faces are culled from on-line. Their clothing is of post-modernistic false historic costume and is worn in performance for video. As well, the viewer begins to project false historical narratives and their relation to the people, the objects, their relation to history and the artist. The 20 foot wig is both conduit and fiber, that connects the ages of prehistory, the Rococo, the Victorian, the 60’s and up to the bewitched present.

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• Tue 12/26/17 - Fri 12/29/17 at 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Dazzle Dazzle

Gallery

Dazzle Dazzle solo exhibition by Sang-Mi Yoo at Fort Worth Community Arts Center focuses on color photo lithographs and layered hand-cut pigment inkjet prints. Her idea is based on iconic images that are created through personal memory, simulating the perception and memory from a collective experience. She has developed her interest in tract homes combined with botanical elements found in public gardens, using the format of constructed paper panels, laser-cuts felts and various digital and traditional printmaking techniques. The visual forms in this exhibition are derived from Dazzle (disruptive) camouflage patterns used in war ships during World War I. By means of these choices, she looks for creating a sense of fragility in memories and in illusions of the world we believe.

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• Tue 12/26/17 - Fri 12/29/17 at 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM