Opening Saturday, May 12th, from 7PM - 10PM
On view through Saturday, June 2nd
Focusing on the ephemeral qualities of language held within the physical dialect mediated through its material, these pieces are part of a larger investigation into the relationship between language and object. Rooted in the histories of Dada and Pop and reimagined through the language of weavings, each work uses binary code to present a cliche or palindrome. They are often humorous or absurd in content and form.
You’ll Never Get What You Don’t Ask For is a show of three bead weavings and two digitally woven jacquard fabrics completed between 2016-2017. Danielle Andress is a Bay Area based artist, designer, educator, and co-founding member of Borderline Art Collective.