Todd Lavine, Sean McFarland
1038 Project Space
1038 Clayton Street, San Francisco, CA 94117
June 12, 2014 8 pm
Thursday, June 12, 1038 Project Space hosts a conversation between artists Todd Lavine and Sean McFarland in conjunction with Lavine’s current exhibition at 1038, “A Transmission, Interrupted.” In the exhibition, Lavine presents pixellated and distorted images of Abdul Razzaq Tlass, a central figure in the Syrian Civil War. By presenting the warped and compressed images typical to the broadcast of war, Lavine highlights the tenuous relationship between reality and the manner and resolution of its portrayal.
Lavine is joined in a conversation about photography, truth, and media distortion by Sean McFarland, a San Francisco-based artist who employs photography as well as a variety of explorative image-making processes in his examination of landscape.
The conversation begins at 8 pm.
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“A Transmission, Interrupted” remains on view through June 21.