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CANAL presents the exhibition DIMINISHING RETURNSwith artists Beth Chucker, Leah DeVun, Scott Cowan and Hannah Karsten
April 1st 2-6pmOtis College Graduate Fine Art Studios1550 E. Franklin Ave.El Segundo, CA 90245
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Above image by Leah DeVun
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Scott CowanUntitled, 2011Inkjet print16x19 inches

Hannah Karsten
Los Alamos, NM
c-print
40x40 inches


Beth Chucker
Darken Snaps (Untitled #15)
Digital Ink Jet Print
16x16

CANAL presents the exhibition DIMINISHING RETURNS

with artists Beth Chucker, Leah DeVun, Scott Cowan and Hannah Karsten

April 1st 2-6pm
Otis College Graduate Fine Art Studios
1550 E. Franklin Ave.
El Segundo, CA 90245

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Above image by Leah DeVun

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Scott Cowan
Untitled
, 2011
Inkjet print
16x19 inches

Hannah Karsten
Los Alamos, NM
c-print
40x40 inches
Beth Chucker
Darken Snaps (Untitled #15)
Digital Ink Jet Print
16x16
Srijon ChowdhuryRainbow, 2011Oil on Panel48 x 48 inches$500

Srijon Chowdhury
Rainbow, 2011
Oil on Panel
48 x 48 inches
$500

CANAL FEATURE Presents:
Matt MacFarlandSuperFancies print suite, 2011Screenprint on paper7 handmade prints in a screen-printed box - made for CANAL with Printing help from:Margaret LomeliEdition of 15$150 per print or $1,000 for the box set - (for information or to purchase, please email curatenow@hotmail.com)
Selection of prints inside:

XO, 2011(SuperFancies Series) Screenprint on paper9”x12”Edition of 15Produced for CANAL FEATUREThe Last Sandwich, 2011 (SuperFancies Series)Screenprint on paper9”x12”Edition of 15Produced for CANAL FEATUREStop Doing What You’re Doing, 2011(SuperFancies Series) Screenprint on paper9”x12”Edition of 15Produced for CANAL FEATUREReverse Consumption, 2011(SuperFancies Series)Screenprint on paper 9”x12” Edition of 15 Produced for CANAL FEATURE

Eat, 2011(SuperFancies Series)Letterpress print on paper 9”x12” Edition of 15 Produced for CANAL FEATURE
Take Me Home Tonight, 2011(SuperFancies Series)Screenprint and Letterpress on paper 9”x12” Edition of 15 Produced for CANAL FEATUREButter Kiss (After Brancusi), 2011(SuperFancies Series)Screenprint and Letterpress on paper 9”x12” Edition of 15 Produced for CANAL FEATURE

CANAL FEATURE Presents:

Matt MacFarland
SuperFancies print suite, 2011
Screenprint on paper
7 handmade prints in a screen-printed box - made for CANAL with Printing help from:
Margaret Lomeli
Edition of 15
$150 per print or $1,000 for the box set - (for information or to purchase, please email curatenow@hotmail.com)

Selection of prints inside:

XO, 2011(SuperFancies Series)
Screenprint on paper
9”x12”
Edition of 15
Produced for CANAL FEATURE
The Last Sandwich, 2011 (SuperFancies Series)
Screenprint on paper
9”x12”
Edition of 15
Produced for CANAL FEATURE
Stop Doing What You’re Doing, 2011(SuperFancies Series)
Screenprint on paper
9”x12”
Edition of 15
Produced for CANAL FEATURE
Reverse Consumption, 2011(SuperFancies Series)
Screenprint on paper
9”x12”
Edition of 15
Produced for CANAL FEATURE

Eat, 2011(SuperFancies Series)
Letterpress print on paper
9”x12”
Edition of 15
Produced for CANAL FEATURE


Take Me Home Tonight, 2011(SuperFancies Series)
Screenprint and Letterpress on paper
9”x12”
Edition of 15
Produced for CANAL FEATURE
Butter Kiss (After Brancusi), 2011(SuperFancies Series)
Screenprint and Letterpress on paper
9”x12”
Edition of 15
Produced for CANAL FEATURE

TESSA WINDTStretcher.CANAL presents Stretcher, an online exhibition by Arizona-based artist, Tessa Windt. In conjunction with this exhibition, Windt designed posters to be sent to cities around the U.S. These will be hung in a trio by another artist, in a creative environ. A new non-rectangular shape will emerge from the arrangement of overlapping posters. The documentation of this process will be posted on the CANAL site throughout the duration of the show.
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Download the poster
Images (c) the artist.
ARTIST’s WEBSITE
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Austin, TX - Leah DeVun

.Prescott, AZ - Michael G. Bauer

.San Francisco, CA - Brenna Coombs

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Pittsburgh, PA - Renee Piechocki

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.IMAGES COMING FROM:
Portland, OR
Salt Lake City, UTNew York, NY
Boston, MALos Angeles, CA
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Tessa WindtStudio View

Tessa Windt 
Upright Triangles, 2010
spandex, ready-made net, wood
61” x 72” x 30”
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Tessa Windt
Woven Upright Camouflage Net, 2010
spandex, ready-made net
10’ x 14’
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Tessa WindtYellow Stretcher, 2010
spandex, vinyl, mesh, wood
67” x 48” x 3”
Detail:

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Tessa WindtFuschia White Stretcher, 2010
spandex, vinyl, mesh, wood
79” x 50” x 3”
Detail:

TESSA WINDT
Stretcher
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CANAL presents Stretcher, an online exhibition by Arizona-based artist, Tessa Windt. In conjunction with this exhibition, Windt designed posters to be sent to cities around the U.S. These will be hung in a trio by another artist, in a creative environ. A new non-rectangular shape will emerge from the arrangement of overlapping posters. The documentation of this process will be posted on the CANAL site throughout the duration of the show.

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Download the poster

Images (c) the artist.

ARTIST’s WEBSITE

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Austin, TX - Leah DeVun

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Prescott, AZ - Michael G. Bauer


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San Francisco, CA - Brenna Coombs

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Pittsburgh, PA - Renee Piechocki

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IMAGES COMING FROM:

Portland, OR

Salt Lake City, UT
New York, NY

Boston, MA
Los Angeles, CA

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Tessa Windt
Studio View

Tessa Windt 

Upright Triangles, 2010

spandex, ready-made net, wood

61” x 72” x 30”

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Tessa Windt

Woven Upright Camouflage Net, 2010

spandex, ready-made net

10’ x 14’

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Tessa Windt
Yellow Stretcher, 2010

spandex, vinyl, mesh, wood

67” x 48” x 3”

Detail:


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Tessa Windt
Fuschia White Stretcher, 2010

spandex, vinyl, mesh, wood

79” x 50” x 3”

Detail:


CANAL presents:MAYA LUJAN­­Studio Photographs  
(Above)Maya LujanBlackWhiteFoil, 201124 x 54 inchesDigital, fiber-based print Edition of 3
Maya LujanUntitled (Black Magic painting in action), 201127 x 36 inchesDigital, fiber-based printEdition of 3
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Maya LujanUntitled (White with suspension), 201127 x 36 inchesDigital, fiber-based print Edition of 3
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Maya LujanFoil painting in action, 2011 27 x 36 inchesDigital, fiber-based print Edition of 3
 
ARTIST STATEMENT
.These photographic series are a manner in which to set foot into what would be considered more performative based work. They are also a means to document the current interstitial place I am located in my work and time. .These photographs are also in consideration of a recent solo show called The Gap, (2010) at Jancar Gallery in Los Angeles. While painting and generating work for the exhibition, there was a high degree of muscular activity involved or a very hands- on approach to the work. This involved moving the painting substrates to the floor, moving them back up on a table, then back to the floor in a larger room, rigging tilted drying mechanisms, putting them back on the wall, etc. Regarding the paint, this would be the activity of poring large 5’ x 20’ puddles, peeling up the paint, taking the “paint material”, and folding, cutting and measuring it as one does with fabric. I found that I was able to make the paint exactly resemble draped fabric, which was very theatrically arranged over hanging wood frames. The overall effect was that similar to a masquerade in which the paint, although it seemed like the most prevalent factor, obscured the substrates, only to further conjure up the sculptural aspects and dimensions of the paintings. These sculptural paintings have a strong relationship to performance. In this way, the photographs act to describe the notion of an extended object outside of the body yet representative of it. .In this series, I am literally the paint support in the backdrop of the studio space and a shift and manner of generating work is transparent in the photographs. This work is in anticipation of a future show that will involve a costume made of paint combined with the action of moving large objects in an environment; a fusion of performance, painting and installation.        -Maya Lujan
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Photos (c) Ben Duggan

CANAL presents:
MAYA LUJAN
­­Studio Photographs
  

(Above)
Maya Lujan
BlackWhiteFoil, 2011
24 x 54 inches
Digital, fiber-based print
Edition of 3


Maya Lujan
Untitled (Black Magic painting in action), 2011
27 x 36 inches
Digital, fiber-based print
Edition of 3

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Maya Lujan
Untitled (White with suspension), 2011
27 x 36 inches
Digital, fiber-based print
Edition of 3

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Maya Lujan
Foil painting in action, 2011 
27 x 36 inches
Digital, fiber-based print
Edition of 3

 

ARTIST STATEMENT

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These photographic series are a manner in which to set foot into what would be considered more performative based work. They are also a means to document the current interstitial place I am located in my work and time.
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These photographs are also in consideration of a recent solo show called The Gap, (2010) at Jancar Gallery in Los Angeles. While painting and generating work for the exhibition, there was a high degree of muscular activity involved or a very hands- on approach to the work. This involved moving the painting substrates to the floor, moving them back up on a table, then back to the floor in a larger room, rigging tilted drying mechanisms, putting them back on the wall, etc. Regarding the paint, this would be the activity of poring large 5’ x 20’ puddles, peeling up the paint, taking the “paint material”, and folding, cutting and measuring it as one does with fabric. I found that I was able to make the paint exactly resemble draped fabric, which was very theatrically arranged over hanging wood frames. The overall effect was that similar to a masquerade in which the paint, although it seemed like the most prevalent factor, obscured the substrates, only to further conjure up the sculptural aspects and dimensions of the paintings. These sculptural paintings have a strong relationship to performance. In this way, the photographs act to describe the notion of an extended object outside of the body yet representative of it.
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In this series, I am literally the paint support in the backdrop of the studio space and a shift and manner of generating work is transparent in the photographs. This work is in anticipation of a future show that will involve a costume made of paint combined with the action of moving large objects in an environment; a fusion of performance, painting and installation.       
-Maya Lujan

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Photos (c) Ben Duggan

CANAL presents:Nicole Belle
Tarp and Yarn Series
LONDON
This exhibition will exist through a series of posters to be pasted in/around London by artists in CANAL’s community of peers. Check back for images of this work in its environment.
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Nicole Belle
Unititled #1 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010
32x40 inches, unframed inkjet print .

Nicole Belle
Unititled #2 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010
42x40 inches, unframed inkjet print
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Nicole Belle
Unititled #3 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010
32x40 inches, unframed inkjet print
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Nicole Belle
Unititled #4 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010
32x40 inches, unframed inkjet print
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Nicole Belle
Unititled #5 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010
32x40 inches, unframed inkjet print
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Nicole Belle
Unititled #6 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010
32x40 inches, unframed inkjet print

LONDON INSTALLATION SHOTS :
Care of Tim Ivison and Julia Tcharfas

CANAL presents:
Nicole Belle

Tarp and Yarn Series

LONDON

This exhibition will exist through a series of posters to be pasted in/around London by artists in CANAL’s community of peers. Check back for images of this work in its environment.

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Nicole Belle

Unititled #1 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010

32x40 inches, unframed
inkjet print
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Nicole Belle

Unititled #2 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010

42x40 inches, unframed
inkjet print

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Nicole Belle

Unititled #3 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010

32x40 inches, unframed
inkjet print

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Nicole Belle

Unititled #4 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010

32x40 inches, unframed
inkjet print

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Nicole Belle

Unititled #5 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010

32x40 inches, unframed
inkjet print

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Nicole Belle

Unititled #6 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010

32x40 inches, unframed
inkjet print

LONDON INSTALLATION SHOTS :

Care of Tim Ivison and Julia Tcharfas

CANAL Presents:
I DON’T KNOW YOU, BUT…A show about degrees of connectivity and longing to be closer.
A group show with : Alison Kudlow, Laurie Nye & Julia Sherman
January 20 - 30th, 2011
Presented by : COLLECTIVE SHOW, Los Angeles
PRESS RELEASE
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Image for postcard:

Alison KudlowOn longing, 2011clear balloons, tissue, fishing line40” X 18” X 18” inches

Julia ShermanHand-Tied Lace-front Wig Made From Hair Purchased for $30 From Gabby  in Cusco, Peru (Styled in Traditional Indigenous Peruvian Manner)u, 2010 Lace, Peruvian Hair, canvas wig block, book
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(Image coming soon)
Laurie NyeFuck Doom, 2010approx. 10 x 16 inches Watercolor and collage on paper

CANAL Presents:

I DON’T KNOW YOU, BUT…
A show about degrees of connectivity and longing to be closer.

A group show with : Alison Kudlow, Laurie Nye & Julia Sherman

January 20 - 30th, 2011

Presented by : COLLECTIVE SHOW, Los Angeles

PRESS RELEASE

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Image for postcard:

Alison Kudlow
On longing, 2011
clear balloons, tissue, fishing line
40” X 18” X 18” inches

Julia Sherman
Hand-Tied Lace-front Wig Made From Hair Purchased for $30 From Gabby in Cusco, Peru (Styled in Traditional Indigenous Peruvian Manner)u, 2010
Lace, Peruvian Hair, canvas wig block, book

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(Image coming soon)

Laurie Nye
Fuck Doom, 2010
approx. 10 x 16 inches
Watercolor and collage on paper

Cell Phone Photography Exhibition
New Year 2011
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Emily Steinfeld (Above)
"Snap Portmanteau"  Taken with Iphone 3G, 2010


Bret NicelyHomade Pickles, 2010
*this photo was  taken with a dropped, cracked, and malfunctioning iPhone, not put  through a photo filter app

 

Cara Despain 
Soapbox
 
 
 

Greg Curtis
Untitled, 2010
 

Paul Pescador December 5, 2010 2010
 
 

Lindsay Lacewell Kessner
Save, 2010iPhone
 

Katie Shapiro
Owen on the carpet, 2009
 

Steven BankheadFilm Still (pigeon) iPhone 2010
 

Jeff McLane
Malibu Sheriff, 2010
iPhone Photograph
 

Dawson Weber
 

Darcy Bartoletti
 

Collin Jones Fishn

Lucy Madeline
cardiff st
 

Linda Marie AlvarezSky at 1124 Myra
 

Mark Feigenbutz
 

Stacy-Colleen Nameth
 
 

Andrew BrinFAMILY PETSiPhone 3GS
 

Andrea BesseyCharlie Sheen Pumpkin
 
 Ron GerenSerenity
 

Peter Yun
 

 
Kate ZellerTeleportation

Cell Phone Photography Exhibition

New Year 2011

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Emily Steinfeld (Above)

"Snap Portmanteau" 
Taken with Iphone 3G, 2010


Bret Nicely

Homade Pickles, 2010

*this photo was taken with a dropped, cracked, and malfunctioning iPhone, not put through a photo filter app


 


Cara Despain

Soapbox

 

 

 


Greg Curtis

Untitled, 2010

 


Paul Pescador
December 5, 2010
2010

 

 


Lindsay Lacewell Kessner

Save, 2010
iPhone

 


Katie Shapiro

Owen on the carpet, 2009

 


Steven Bankhead
Film Still (pigeon)
iPhone
2010

 


Jeff McLane

Malibu Sheriff, 2010

iPhone Photograph

 


Dawson Weber

 


Darcy Bartoletti

 


Collin Jones
Fishn



Lucy Madeline

cardiff st

 


Linda Marie Alvarez
Sky at 1124 Myra

 


Mark Feigenbutz

 


Stacy-Colleen Nameth

 

 

Andrew Brin
FAMILY PETS

iPhone 3GS

 


Andrea Bessey
Charlie Sheen Pumpkin

 

 

Ron Geren
Serenity

 


Peter Yun

 


 

Kate Zeller
Teleportation

Bret Nicely
Centerpiece, 2010
Reclaimed Wood
13”x8”x8”
Edition of 10 produced upon demand for CANAL FEATURE
$150

©  Jennifer Bastian, Ysidro and the baby bird, 1/3 postcard images printed for this exhibition with CANAL, 2010, 6 x 4 inches, Inkjet on cardstock, Edition of 1,000.
 
JENNIFER BASTIAN : SUSTAIN/APART
 
CANAL presents  this exhibition by Los Angeles artist Jennifer Bastian, who often  creates surveys to augment her endless photographic archive. This  exhibition exists in New   York City, NY through postcard surveys sent  to art-lovers we know, to be disseminated through their peer groups.  Bastian explores shared notions of separation; giving a gift at the end  of collective explorations of suffering. Bastian has created a secret  digital file for participants to print at any scale. Those willing to  share their survey answers with the artist, anonymously (or not,) will  thus help her generate a new body of work to be exhibited in an upcoming  exhibit at the Brand Library, in Los Angeles, CA. 
 
We encourage you to participate in this cycle by answering the questions:
1. Has separation affected your life?  If so, in what way?
2. Is there any way to avoid physical/mental/emotional separation?
3. What have you learned from separation, whether chosen by you or imposed upon you?
 
To send your responses via email: sustainapart@yahoo.com
Include your return address/email address and  you will receive a printable artwork JPEG (c) Jennifer Bastian, 2010,  one printing per submission, please.

Jennifer Bastian, Sunset over Illinois, 2008, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, My Father’s Office, 2008, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Driving home, 2009, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, On the Ferry, 2010, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Island Garden, 2010, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Tennessee Stray, 2008, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Andy, by the door, 2009, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Allesandro Street, 2010, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Arizona, 2008, Medium and Dimensions variable.
CANAL has partnered with the publication &Review to help disseminate 1,000 postcards with their latest issue: Ghosts. &Review exists in New York and Portland, OR. (Via Mia Nolting and Rachel Peddersen.)
We would like to thank those people who have helped us so far to spread this exhibition:
Katherine Randazzo (Chef, Cooking instructor)Emma Straub (Writer)Sherrine Azab (Actor, Theater manager)Bradley Nelson (Party animal and great dancer)Benjamin Calhoun (Radio journalist, Contributor to This American Life)Emily Bult (Architect to be)Lia Lowenthal (Artist)Rachel Peddersen (Artist, Curator)Warren King (Artist, Artist Assistant)David Horvitz (Artist, Traveller, Lover of the U.S. Postal Service)Rachel Mason (Artist, Musician)
(List to be updated at the end of the exhibition)

©  Jennifer Bastian, Ysidro and the baby bird, 1/3 postcard images printed for this exhibition with CANAL, 2010, 6 x 4 inches, Inkjet on cardstock, Edition of 1,000.

 

JENNIFER BASTIAN : SUSTAIN/APART

 

CANAL presents this exhibition by Los Angeles artist Jennifer Bastian, who often creates surveys to augment her endless photographic archive. This exhibition exists in New York City, NY through postcard surveys sent to art-lovers we know, to be disseminated through their peer groups. Bastian explores shared notions of separation; giving a gift at the end of collective explorations of suffering. Bastian has created a secret digital file for participants to print at any scale. Those willing to share their survey answers with the artist, anonymously (or not,) will thus help her generate a new body of work to be exhibited in an upcoming exhibit at the Brand Library, in Los Angeles, CA. 

 

We encourage you to participate in this cycle by answering the questions:

1. Has separation affected your life?  If so, in what way?

2. Is there any way to avoid physical/mental/emotional separation?

3. What have you learned from separation, whether chosen by you or imposed upon you?

 

To send your responses via email: sustainapart@yahoo.com

Include your return address/email address and you will receive a printable artwork JPEG (c) Jennifer Bastian, 2010, one printing per submission, please.

Jennifer Bastian, Sunset over Illinois, 2008, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, My Father’s Office, 2008, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Driving home, 2009, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, On the Ferry, 2010, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Island Garden, 2010, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Tennessee Stray, 2008, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Andy, by the door, 2009, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Allesandro Street, 2010, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Arizona, 2008, Medium and Dimensions variable.

CANAL has partnered with the publication &Review to help disseminate 1,000 postcards with their latest issue: Ghosts. &Review exists in New York and Portland, OR. (Via Mia Nolting and Rachel Peddersen.)

We would like to thank those people who have helped us so far to spread this exhibition:

Katherine Randazzo (Chef, Cooking instructor)
Emma Straub (Writer)
Sherrine Azab (Actor, Theater manager)
Bradley Nelson (Party animal and great dancer)
Benjamin Calhoun (Radio journalist, Contributor to This American Life)
Emily Bult (Architect to be)
Lia Lowenthal (Artist)
Rachel Peddersen (Artist, Curator)
Warren King (Artist, Artist Assistant)
David Horvitz (Artist, Traveller, Lover of the U.S. Postal Service)
Rachel Mason (Artist, Musician)

(List to be updated at the end of the exhibition)

OCTOBER EDITION
Katie Shapiro
Audrey, Hands Up11 x 14 inches, unframed Edition of 5 for CANAL FEATURE$100

OCTOBER EDITION

Katie Shapiro

Audrey, Hands Up
11 x 14 inches,
unframed
Edition of 5 for CANAL FEATURE
$100

FETTE SANS
The great thing about words is that they seem so definite but they are so hazy and cloudy
SEPTEMBER 2010A Publication in conjunction with the Berlin exhibition:
"NANOU"Organized by INFERNOESQUEHeidestrasse 46 - 52  10557 Berlin
Fette Sans is a Los Angeles-based artist and writer/curator. She works in photography and video.

FETTE SANS

The great thing about words is that they seem so definite but they are so hazy and cloudy

SEPTEMBER 2010
A Publication in conjunction with the Berlin exhibition:

"NANOU"
Organized by INFERNOESQUE
Heidestrasse 46 - 52  10557 Berlin

Fette Sans is a Los Angeles-based artist and writer/curator. She works in photography and video.

AUGUST FEATURE:Lindsay Lacewell KessnerAway for Safe Keeping: Monument 10, 2009from the project “Away for Safe Keeping”, 20096 x 4 inches, unframedEdition of 5 for CANAL FEATURE$150 
A version of this artwork may be purchased matted and framed as the artist intends it to be presented for $225.00For purchasing information, please contact CANAL: curatenow@hotmail.com 

AUGUST FEATURE:

Lindsay Lacewell Kessner
Away for Safe Keeping: Monument 10, 2009
from the project “Away for Safe Keeping”, 2009
6 x 4 inches, unframed
Edition of 5 for CANAL FEATURE
$150
 

A version of this artwork may be purchased matted and framed as the artist intends it to be presented for $225.00

For purchasing information, please contact CANAL: curatenow@hotmail.com 

JEFF MCLANE Solaroid #7, 2009 (detail) Pigment inkjet print  11” x 14” inches, unframed Edition of 10, produced for CANAL FEATURE $120.00  About the process: ”Solaroids” are unique prints, produced using large format Fuji instant film, which undergo long exposures of direct UV light.  Prints are drum scanned and printed as archival digital chromogenic prints with white margins. -Jeff McLane
JEFF MCLANE
Solaroid #7, 2009 (detail)
Pigment inkjet print  11” x 14” inches, unframed Edition of 10, produced for CANAL FEATURE $120.00
About the process: ”Solaroids” are unique prints, produced using large format Fuji instant film, which undergo long exposures of direct UV light.  Prints are drum scanned and printed as archival digital chromogenic prints with white margins. -Jeff McLane



CANAL presents the exhibition DIMINISHING RETURNSwith artists Beth Chucker, Leah DeVun, Scott Cowan and Hannah Karsten
April 1st 2-6pmOtis College Graduate Fine Art Studios1550 E. Franklin Ave.El Segundo, CA 90245
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Above image by Leah DeVun
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Scott CowanUntitled, 2011Inkjet print16x19 inches

Hannah Karsten
Los Alamos, NM
c-print
40x40 inches


Beth Chucker
Darken Snaps (Untitled #15)
Digital Ink Jet Print
16x16

CANAL presents the exhibition DIMINISHING RETURNS

with artists Beth Chucker, Leah DeVun, Scott Cowan and Hannah Karsten

April 1st 2-6pm
Otis College Graduate Fine Art Studios
1550 E. Franklin Ave.
El Segundo, CA 90245

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Above image by Leah DeVun

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Scott Cowan
Untitled
, 2011
Inkjet print
16x19 inches

Hannah Karsten
Los Alamos, NM
c-print
40x40 inches
Beth Chucker
Darken Snaps (Untitled #15)
Digital Ink Jet Print
16x16
Srijon ChowdhuryRainbow, 2011Oil on Panel48 x 48 inches$500

Srijon Chowdhury
Rainbow, 2011
Oil on Panel
48 x 48 inches
$500

CANAL FEATURE Presents:
Matt MacFarlandSuperFancies print suite, 2011Screenprint on paper7 handmade prints in a screen-printed box - made for CANAL with Printing help from:Margaret LomeliEdition of 15$150 per print or $1,000 for the box set - (for information or to purchase, please email curatenow@hotmail.com)
Selection of prints inside:

XO, 2011(SuperFancies Series) Screenprint on paper9”x12”Edition of 15Produced for CANAL FEATUREThe Last Sandwich, 2011 (SuperFancies Series)Screenprint on paper9”x12”Edition of 15Produced for CANAL FEATUREStop Doing What You’re Doing, 2011(SuperFancies Series) Screenprint on paper9”x12”Edition of 15Produced for CANAL FEATUREReverse Consumption, 2011(SuperFancies Series)Screenprint on paper 9”x12” Edition of 15 Produced for CANAL FEATURE

Eat, 2011(SuperFancies Series)Letterpress print on paper 9”x12” Edition of 15 Produced for CANAL FEATURE
Take Me Home Tonight, 2011(SuperFancies Series)Screenprint and Letterpress on paper 9”x12” Edition of 15 Produced for CANAL FEATUREButter Kiss (After Brancusi), 2011(SuperFancies Series)Screenprint and Letterpress on paper 9”x12” Edition of 15 Produced for CANAL FEATURE

CANAL FEATURE Presents:

Matt MacFarland
SuperFancies print suite, 2011
Screenprint on paper
7 handmade prints in a screen-printed box - made for CANAL with Printing help from:
Margaret Lomeli
Edition of 15
$150 per print or $1,000 for the box set - (for information or to purchase, please email curatenow@hotmail.com)

Selection of prints inside:

XO, 2011(SuperFancies Series)
Screenprint on paper
9”x12”
Edition of 15
Produced for CANAL FEATURE
The Last Sandwich, 2011 (SuperFancies Series)
Screenprint on paper
9”x12”
Edition of 15
Produced for CANAL FEATURE
Stop Doing What You’re Doing, 2011(SuperFancies Series)
Screenprint on paper
9”x12”
Edition of 15
Produced for CANAL FEATURE
Reverse Consumption, 2011(SuperFancies Series)
Screenprint on paper
9”x12”
Edition of 15
Produced for CANAL FEATURE

Eat, 2011(SuperFancies Series)
Letterpress print on paper
9”x12”
Edition of 15
Produced for CANAL FEATURE


Take Me Home Tonight, 2011(SuperFancies Series)
Screenprint and Letterpress on paper
9”x12”
Edition of 15
Produced for CANAL FEATURE
Butter Kiss (After Brancusi), 2011(SuperFancies Series)
Screenprint and Letterpress on paper
9”x12”
Edition of 15
Produced for CANAL FEATURE

TESSA WINDTStretcher.CANAL presents Stretcher, an online exhibition by Arizona-based artist, Tessa Windt. In conjunction with this exhibition, Windt designed posters to be sent to cities around the U.S. These will be hung in a trio by another artist, in a creative environ. A new non-rectangular shape will emerge from the arrangement of overlapping posters. The documentation of this process will be posted on the CANAL site throughout the duration of the show.
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Download the poster
Images (c) the artist.
ARTIST’s WEBSITE
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Austin, TX - Leah DeVun

.Prescott, AZ - Michael G. Bauer

.San Francisco, CA - Brenna Coombs

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Pittsburgh, PA - Renee Piechocki

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.IMAGES COMING FROM:
Portland, OR
Salt Lake City, UTNew York, NY
Boston, MALos Angeles, CA
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Tessa WindtStudio View

Tessa Windt 
Upright Triangles, 2010
spandex, ready-made net, wood
61” x 72” x 30”
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Tessa Windt
Woven Upright Camouflage Net, 2010
spandex, ready-made net
10’ x 14’
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Tessa WindtYellow Stretcher, 2010
spandex, vinyl, mesh, wood
67” x 48” x 3”
Detail:

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Tessa WindtFuschia White Stretcher, 2010
spandex, vinyl, mesh, wood
79” x 50” x 3”
Detail:

TESSA WINDT
Stretcher
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CANAL presents Stretcher, an online exhibition by Arizona-based artist, Tessa Windt. In conjunction with this exhibition, Windt designed posters to be sent to cities around the U.S. These will be hung in a trio by another artist, in a creative environ. A new non-rectangular shape will emerge from the arrangement of overlapping posters. The documentation of this process will be posted on the CANAL site throughout the duration of the show.

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Download the poster

Images (c) the artist.

ARTIST’s WEBSITE

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Austin, TX - Leah DeVun

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Prescott, AZ - Michael G. Bauer


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San Francisco, CA - Brenna Coombs

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Pittsburgh, PA - Renee Piechocki

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IMAGES COMING FROM:

Portland, OR

Salt Lake City, UT
New York, NY

Boston, MA
Los Angeles, CA

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Tessa Windt
Studio View

Tessa Windt 

Upright Triangles, 2010

spandex, ready-made net, wood

61” x 72” x 30”

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Tessa Windt

Woven Upright Camouflage Net, 2010

spandex, ready-made net

10’ x 14’

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Tessa Windt
Yellow Stretcher, 2010

spandex, vinyl, mesh, wood

67” x 48” x 3”

Detail:


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Tessa Windt
Fuschia White Stretcher, 2010

spandex, vinyl, mesh, wood

79” x 50” x 3”

Detail:


CANAL presents:MAYA LUJAN­­Studio Photographs  
(Above)Maya LujanBlackWhiteFoil, 201124 x 54 inchesDigital, fiber-based print Edition of 3
Maya LujanUntitled (Black Magic painting in action), 201127 x 36 inchesDigital, fiber-based printEdition of 3
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Maya LujanUntitled (White with suspension), 201127 x 36 inchesDigital, fiber-based print Edition of 3
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Maya LujanFoil painting in action, 2011 27 x 36 inchesDigital, fiber-based print Edition of 3
 
ARTIST STATEMENT
.These photographic series are a manner in which to set foot into what would be considered more performative based work. They are also a means to document the current interstitial place I am located in my work and time. .These photographs are also in consideration of a recent solo show called The Gap, (2010) at Jancar Gallery in Los Angeles. While painting and generating work for the exhibition, there was a high degree of muscular activity involved or a very hands- on approach to the work. This involved moving the painting substrates to the floor, moving them back up on a table, then back to the floor in a larger room, rigging tilted drying mechanisms, putting them back on the wall, etc. Regarding the paint, this would be the activity of poring large 5’ x 20’ puddles, peeling up the paint, taking the “paint material”, and folding, cutting and measuring it as one does with fabric. I found that I was able to make the paint exactly resemble draped fabric, which was very theatrically arranged over hanging wood frames. The overall effect was that similar to a masquerade in which the paint, although it seemed like the most prevalent factor, obscured the substrates, only to further conjure up the sculptural aspects and dimensions of the paintings. These sculptural paintings have a strong relationship to performance. In this way, the photographs act to describe the notion of an extended object outside of the body yet representative of it. .In this series, I am literally the paint support in the backdrop of the studio space and a shift and manner of generating work is transparent in the photographs. This work is in anticipation of a future show that will involve a costume made of paint combined with the action of moving large objects in an environment; a fusion of performance, painting and installation.        -Maya Lujan
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Photos (c) Ben Duggan

CANAL presents:
MAYA LUJAN
­­Studio Photographs
  

(Above)
Maya Lujan
BlackWhiteFoil, 2011
24 x 54 inches
Digital, fiber-based print
Edition of 3


Maya Lujan
Untitled (Black Magic painting in action), 2011
27 x 36 inches
Digital, fiber-based print
Edition of 3

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Maya Lujan
Untitled (White with suspension), 2011
27 x 36 inches
Digital, fiber-based print
Edition of 3

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Maya Lujan
Foil painting in action, 2011 
27 x 36 inches
Digital, fiber-based print
Edition of 3

 

ARTIST STATEMENT

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These photographic series are a manner in which to set foot into what would be considered more performative based work. They are also a means to document the current interstitial place I am located in my work and time.
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These photographs are also in consideration of a recent solo show called The Gap, (2010) at Jancar Gallery in Los Angeles. While painting and generating work for the exhibition, there was a high degree of muscular activity involved or a very hands- on approach to the work. This involved moving the painting substrates to the floor, moving them back up on a table, then back to the floor in a larger room, rigging tilted drying mechanisms, putting them back on the wall, etc. Regarding the paint, this would be the activity of poring large 5’ x 20’ puddles, peeling up the paint, taking the “paint material”, and folding, cutting and measuring it as one does with fabric. I found that I was able to make the paint exactly resemble draped fabric, which was very theatrically arranged over hanging wood frames. The overall effect was that similar to a masquerade in which the paint, although it seemed like the most prevalent factor, obscured the substrates, only to further conjure up the sculptural aspects and dimensions of the paintings. These sculptural paintings have a strong relationship to performance. In this way, the photographs act to describe the notion of an extended object outside of the body yet representative of it.
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In this series, I am literally the paint support in the backdrop of the studio space and a shift and manner of generating work is transparent in the photographs. This work is in anticipation of a future show that will involve a costume made of paint combined with the action of moving large objects in an environment; a fusion of performance, painting and installation.       
-Maya Lujan

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Photos (c) Ben Duggan

CANAL presents:Nicole Belle
Tarp and Yarn Series
LONDON
This exhibition will exist through a series of posters to be pasted in/around London by artists in CANAL’s community of peers. Check back for images of this work in its environment.
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Nicole Belle
Unititled #1 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010
32x40 inches, unframed inkjet print .

Nicole Belle
Unititled #2 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010
42x40 inches, unframed inkjet print
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Nicole Belle
Unititled #3 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010
32x40 inches, unframed inkjet print
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Nicole Belle
Unititled #4 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010
32x40 inches, unframed inkjet print
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Nicole Belle
Unititled #5 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010
32x40 inches, unframed inkjet print
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Nicole Belle
Unititled #6 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010
32x40 inches, unframed inkjet print

LONDON INSTALLATION SHOTS :
Care of Tim Ivison and Julia Tcharfas

CANAL presents:
Nicole Belle

Tarp and Yarn Series

LONDON

This exhibition will exist through a series of posters to be pasted in/around London by artists in CANAL’s community of peers. Check back for images of this work in its environment.

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Nicole Belle

Unititled #1 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010

32x40 inches, unframed
inkjet print
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Nicole Belle

Unititled #2 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010

42x40 inches, unframed
inkjet print

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Nicole Belle

Unititled #3 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010

32x40 inches, unframed
inkjet print

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Nicole Belle

Unititled #4 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010

32x40 inches, unframed
inkjet print

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Nicole Belle

Unititled #5 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010

32x40 inches, unframed
inkjet print

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Nicole Belle

Unititled #6 (Tarp and Yarn Series), 2010

32x40 inches, unframed
inkjet print

LONDON INSTALLATION SHOTS :

Care of Tim Ivison and Julia Tcharfas

CANAL Presents:
I DON’T KNOW YOU, BUT…A show about degrees of connectivity and longing to be closer.
A group show with : Alison Kudlow, Laurie Nye & Julia Sherman
January 20 - 30th, 2011
Presented by : COLLECTIVE SHOW, Los Angeles
PRESS RELEASE
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Image for postcard:

Alison KudlowOn longing, 2011clear balloons, tissue, fishing line40” X 18” X 18” inches

Julia ShermanHand-Tied Lace-front Wig Made From Hair Purchased for $30 From Gabby  in Cusco, Peru (Styled in Traditional Indigenous Peruvian Manner)u, 2010 Lace, Peruvian Hair, canvas wig block, book
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(Image coming soon)
Laurie NyeFuck Doom, 2010approx. 10 x 16 inches Watercolor and collage on paper

CANAL Presents:

I DON’T KNOW YOU, BUT…
A show about degrees of connectivity and longing to be closer.

A group show with : Alison Kudlow, Laurie Nye & Julia Sherman

January 20 - 30th, 2011

Presented by : COLLECTIVE SHOW, Los Angeles

PRESS RELEASE

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Image for postcard:

Alison Kudlow
On longing, 2011
clear balloons, tissue, fishing line
40” X 18” X 18” inches

Julia Sherman
Hand-Tied Lace-front Wig Made From Hair Purchased for $30 From Gabby in Cusco, Peru (Styled in Traditional Indigenous Peruvian Manner)u, 2010
Lace, Peruvian Hair, canvas wig block, book

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(Image coming soon)

Laurie Nye
Fuck Doom, 2010
approx. 10 x 16 inches
Watercolor and collage on paper

Cell Phone Photography Exhibition
New Year 2011
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Emily Steinfeld (Above)
"Snap Portmanteau"  Taken with Iphone 3G, 2010


Bret NicelyHomade Pickles, 2010
*this photo was  taken with a dropped, cracked, and malfunctioning iPhone, not put  through a photo filter app

 

Cara Despain 
Soapbox
 
 
 

Greg Curtis
Untitled, 2010
 

Paul Pescador December 5, 2010 2010
 
 

Lindsay Lacewell Kessner
Save, 2010iPhone
 

Katie Shapiro
Owen on the carpet, 2009
 

Steven BankheadFilm Still (pigeon) iPhone 2010
 

Jeff McLane
Malibu Sheriff, 2010
iPhone Photograph
 

Dawson Weber
 

Darcy Bartoletti
 

Collin Jones Fishn

Lucy Madeline
cardiff st
 

Linda Marie AlvarezSky at 1124 Myra
 

Mark Feigenbutz
 

Stacy-Colleen Nameth
 
 

Andrew BrinFAMILY PETSiPhone 3GS
 

Andrea BesseyCharlie Sheen Pumpkin
 
 Ron GerenSerenity
 

Peter Yun
 

 
Kate ZellerTeleportation

Cell Phone Photography Exhibition

New Year 2011

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Emily Steinfeld (Above)

"Snap Portmanteau" 
Taken with Iphone 3G, 2010


Bret Nicely

Homade Pickles, 2010

*this photo was taken with a dropped, cracked, and malfunctioning iPhone, not put through a photo filter app


 


Cara Despain

Soapbox

 

 

 


Greg Curtis

Untitled, 2010

 


Paul Pescador
December 5, 2010
2010

 

 


Lindsay Lacewell Kessner

Save, 2010
iPhone

 


Katie Shapiro

Owen on the carpet, 2009

 


Steven Bankhead
Film Still (pigeon)
iPhone
2010

 


Jeff McLane

Malibu Sheriff, 2010

iPhone Photograph

 


Dawson Weber

 


Darcy Bartoletti

 


Collin Jones
Fishn



Lucy Madeline

cardiff st

 


Linda Marie Alvarez
Sky at 1124 Myra

 


Mark Feigenbutz

 


Stacy-Colleen Nameth

 

 

Andrew Brin
FAMILY PETS

iPhone 3GS

 


Andrea Bessey
Charlie Sheen Pumpkin

 

 

Ron Geren
Serenity

 


Peter Yun

 


 

Kate Zeller
Teleportation

Bret Nicely
Centerpiece, 2010
Reclaimed Wood
13”x8”x8”
Edition of 10 produced upon demand for CANAL FEATURE
$150

©  Jennifer Bastian, Ysidro and the baby bird, 1/3 postcard images printed for this exhibition with CANAL, 2010, 6 x 4 inches, Inkjet on cardstock, Edition of 1,000.
 
JENNIFER BASTIAN : SUSTAIN/APART
 
CANAL presents  this exhibition by Los Angeles artist Jennifer Bastian, who often  creates surveys to augment her endless photographic archive. This  exhibition exists in New   York City, NY through postcard surveys sent  to art-lovers we know, to be disseminated through their peer groups.  Bastian explores shared notions of separation; giving a gift at the end  of collective explorations of suffering. Bastian has created a secret  digital file for participants to print at any scale. Those willing to  share their survey answers with the artist, anonymously (or not,) will  thus help her generate a new body of work to be exhibited in an upcoming  exhibit at the Brand Library, in Los Angeles, CA. 
 
We encourage you to participate in this cycle by answering the questions:
1. Has separation affected your life?  If so, in what way?
2. Is there any way to avoid physical/mental/emotional separation?
3. What have you learned from separation, whether chosen by you or imposed upon you?
 
To send your responses via email: sustainapart@yahoo.com
Include your return address/email address and  you will receive a printable artwork JPEG (c) Jennifer Bastian, 2010,  one printing per submission, please.

Jennifer Bastian, Sunset over Illinois, 2008, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, My Father’s Office, 2008, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Driving home, 2009, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, On the Ferry, 2010, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Island Garden, 2010, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Tennessee Stray, 2008, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Andy, by the door, 2009, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Allesandro Street, 2010, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Arizona, 2008, Medium and Dimensions variable.
CANAL has partnered with the publication &Review to help disseminate 1,000 postcards with their latest issue: Ghosts. &Review exists in New York and Portland, OR. (Via Mia Nolting and Rachel Peddersen.)
We would like to thank those people who have helped us so far to spread this exhibition:
Katherine Randazzo (Chef, Cooking instructor)Emma Straub (Writer)Sherrine Azab (Actor, Theater manager)Bradley Nelson (Party animal and great dancer)Benjamin Calhoun (Radio journalist, Contributor to This American Life)Emily Bult (Architect to be)Lia Lowenthal (Artist)Rachel Peddersen (Artist, Curator)Warren King (Artist, Artist Assistant)David Horvitz (Artist, Traveller, Lover of the U.S. Postal Service)Rachel Mason (Artist, Musician)
(List to be updated at the end of the exhibition)

©  Jennifer Bastian, Ysidro and the baby bird, 1/3 postcard images printed for this exhibition with CANAL, 2010, 6 x 4 inches, Inkjet on cardstock, Edition of 1,000.

 

JENNIFER BASTIAN : SUSTAIN/APART

 

CANAL presents this exhibition by Los Angeles artist Jennifer Bastian, who often creates surveys to augment her endless photographic archive. This exhibition exists in New York City, NY through postcard surveys sent to art-lovers we know, to be disseminated through their peer groups. Bastian explores shared notions of separation; giving a gift at the end of collective explorations of suffering. Bastian has created a secret digital file for participants to print at any scale. Those willing to share their survey answers with the artist, anonymously (or not,) will thus help her generate a new body of work to be exhibited in an upcoming exhibit at the Brand Library, in Los Angeles, CA. 

 

We encourage you to participate in this cycle by answering the questions:

1. Has separation affected your life?  If so, in what way?

2. Is there any way to avoid physical/mental/emotional separation?

3. What have you learned from separation, whether chosen by you or imposed upon you?

 

To send your responses via email: sustainapart@yahoo.com

Include your return address/email address and you will receive a printable artwork JPEG (c) Jennifer Bastian, 2010, one printing per submission, please.

Jennifer Bastian, Sunset over Illinois, 2008, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, My Father’s Office, 2008, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Driving home, 2009, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, On the Ferry, 2010, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Island Garden, 2010, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Tennessee Stray, 2008, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Andy, by the door, 2009, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Allesandro Street, 2010, Medium and Dimensions variable.

Jennifer Bastian, Arizona, 2008, Medium and Dimensions variable.

CANAL has partnered with the publication &Review to help disseminate 1,000 postcards with their latest issue: Ghosts. &Review exists in New York and Portland, OR. (Via Mia Nolting and Rachel Peddersen.)

We would like to thank those people who have helped us so far to spread this exhibition:

Katherine Randazzo (Chef, Cooking instructor)
Emma Straub (Writer)
Sherrine Azab (Actor, Theater manager)
Bradley Nelson (Party animal and great dancer)
Benjamin Calhoun (Radio journalist, Contributor to This American Life)
Emily Bult (Architect to be)
Lia Lowenthal (Artist)
Rachel Peddersen (Artist, Curator)
Warren King (Artist, Artist Assistant)
David Horvitz (Artist, Traveller, Lover of the U.S. Postal Service)
Rachel Mason (Artist, Musician)

(List to be updated at the end of the exhibition)

OCTOBER EDITION
Katie Shapiro
Audrey, Hands Up11 x 14 inches, unframed Edition of 5 for CANAL FEATURE$100

OCTOBER EDITION

Katie Shapiro

Audrey, Hands Up
11 x 14 inches,
unframed
Edition of 5 for CANAL FEATURE
$100

FETTE SANS
The great thing about words is that they seem so definite but they are so hazy and cloudy
SEPTEMBER 2010A Publication in conjunction with the Berlin exhibition:
"NANOU"Organized by INFERNOESQUEHeidestrasse 46 - 52  10557 Berlin
Fette Sans is a Los Angeles-based artist and writer/curator. She works in photography and video.

FETTE SANS

The great thing about words is that they seem so definite but they are so hazy and cloudy

SEPTEMBER 2010
A Publication in conjunction with the Berlin exhibition:

"NANOU"
Organized by INFERNOESQUE
Heidestrasse 46 - 52  10557 Berlin

Fette Sans is a Los Angeles-based artist and writer/curator. She works in photography and video.

AUGUST FEATURE:Lindsay Lacewell KessnerAway for Safe Keeping: Monument 10, 2009from the project “Away for Safe Keeping”, 20096 x 4 inches, unframedEdition of 5 for CANAL FEATURE$150 
A version of this artwork may be purchased matted and framed as the artist intends it to be presented for $225.00For purchasing information, please contact CANAL: curatenow@hotmail.com 

AUGUST FEATURE:

Lindsay Lacewell Kessner
Away for Safe Keeping: Monument 10, 2009
from the project “Away for Safe Keeping”, 2009
6 x 4 inches, unframed
Edition of 5 for CANAL FEATURE
$150
 

A version of this artwork may be purchased matted and framed as the artist intends it to be presented for $225.00

For purchasing information, please contact CANAL: curatenow@hotmail.com 

JEFF MCLANE Solaroid #7, 2009 (detail) Pigment inkjet print  11” x 14” inches, unframed Edition of 10, produced for CANAL FEATURE $120.00  About the process: ”Solaroids” are unique prints, produced using large format Fuji instant film, which undergo long exposures of direct UV light.  Prints are drum scanned and printed as archival digital chromogenic prints with white margins. -Jeff McLane
JEFF MCLANE
Solaroid #7, 2009 (detail)
Pigment inkjet print  11” x 14” inches, unframed Edition of 10, produced for CANAL FEATURE $120.00
About the process: ”Solaroids” are unique prints, produced using large format Fuji instant film, which undergo long exposures of direct UV light.  Prints are drum scanned and printed as archival digital chromogenic prints with white margins. -Jeff McLane



2010 CANAL Participants:

About:

CANAL is directed by artist Jessica Minckley, formerly of Light & Wire Gallery.

See also the directory of artists’ websites EVERYTHINGALLTHETIME @ http://www.fucking-fantastic.tumblr.com

CANAL hosts physical and online shows with works available for purchase.
In addition, CANAL has created a monthly edition called FEATURE, consisting of prints and multiples priced for artists and recession-proof collecting.

MISSION:
CANAL is a project-based art initiative which exists online and in Los Angeles, California.
CANAL showcases one digital artwork per month in its section FEATURE. These artworks are available for purchase by emailing CANAL.

CANAL works with emerging and mid-career artists to create non-traditional exhibitions.
CANAL seeks like minded galleries in other cities to swap ideas and exhibitions.

CANAL will accept submissions on a bi-yearly basis:
To submit a project proposal, please email: curatenow@hotmail.com

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