Nobutaka Aozaki, Value_Added #240950 (Del Monte whole kernel corn no salt added) , 2012-


superpositions

New Wight Biennial 2012


September 27-October 11, 2012
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 27, 5–8pm


New Wight Gallery
1100 Broad Art Center
240 Charles E. Young Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095

Superpositions is an exploration of interference as a model for art-making and reception. The glitch, stutter, moiré, palimpsest, thwarted expectation, and feedback loop all fall within this purview. The exhibition includes the work of 26 international artists.

Organized by Jonathan Apgar, Lucas Blalock, Devin Kenny, and Sean Raspet

Anne de Vries, Steps of Recursion, 2011

Featuring:

Nobutaka Aozaki
Hunter College
New York
Nils Guadagnin
Glasgow School of Art
Scotland
Frankie Martin
University of California
San Diego
Julia Benjamin
Columbia University
New York
Lauren Hall
Glasgow School of Art
Scotland
Evan Nesbit
Yale University
New Haven, CT
Céline Berger
Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam
Jesse Harding
University of California
San Diego
Magali Reus
Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam
Jenn Berger
University of California
Irvine
Anna Hawkins
Concordia University
Montreal, Canada
Rachelle Sawatsky
University of Southern California
Los Angeles
Ben Bigelow
Stanford University
Palo Alto, CA
Jibade-Khalil Huffman
University of Southern California
Los Angeles
Ben Schumacher
New York University
New York
Lea Cetera
Columbia University
New York
Martin Kohout
Städelschule
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Rimas Simaitis
University of California
Santa Barbara
Anne de Vries
Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam
Anouk Kruithof
Photo Global at the School of
Visual Arts, New York
Thomas Simon
Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond, VA
Carey Denniston
Hunter College
New York
Lia Lowenthal
Bard College
Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Brad Troemel
New York University
New York
Rubén Grilo
Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam
Rachel Malin
Rutgers University
New Brunswick, NJ



Gallery Hours:
Monday-Friday, 9:00am-4:30pm

Admission is free

Daily parking in Lot 3: $11
Short term parking (payable at pay stations) in Lot 3 North: $3/hour

Directions to the Broad Art Center

For further information call (310) 825-0557

About the Wight Biennial

Founded in 1997 by professor and artist Mary Kelly, then chair of the UCLA Department of Art, the Wight Biennial is curated and produced by a committee of graduate students in the art department, often in collaboration with students from other departments. The objective of the show is to exhibit this specific group of emerging artists as well as foster an investigative exchange between graduate programs at UCLA and other institutions.

The exhibition program of the New Wight Gallery is made possible by the generous support of Dallas Price-Van Breda.