In collaboration with our current exhibition, “Linear Stream” featuring Paul Lorenz, the sound ensemble “Perception Project” will perform in the Second Floor Gallery.
Perception Project includes Paul Lorenz, drawing with microphones, Todd Birdsong, found object percussion & strings, Dean Huges, percussion, Douglas Owens, woodwinds and Carl LaMark, digital sampling.
The performance will last 60 – 90 minutes followed by Q&A. It is free and open to the public.
ABOUT LINEAR STREAM
“Linear Stream” is the result and flow defining what a line, series of lines and volume of lines can be.
Architecture and structure form the logic behind the way a painting is built and constructed. How do the tools used affect the making of a line or volumes? Each work is an answer to a question exploring how marks and gestures can be created to form a complete composition.
Paul Lorenz was born in Chicago and has lived and worked in Chicago; Berkeley, California and since 2003, Paducah, Kentucky. After graduating from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, he went on to study oil painting at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the International School of Art in Italy (under Nicolas Carone and Irving Petlin) and the University of California, Berkeley.
Paul has exhibited with numerous galleries in the USA and Europe. As a member of Pintura Fresca, an international group of abstract artists, he has exhibited worldwide, with past exhibitions in Australia, Singapore, Austria, England and Sweden. Paul had his first solo exhibition in Europe in 2009 at Galerie Daniel Vignal in Toulouse, France. Paul was the only US resident to participate in the historic Realites Nouvelles exhibition in Paris in 2012 and 2013.