Ok, so we're going to try and stay on this Arting Mondays thing and try and get out once a week to do some studio & gallery visits and run about the city with a camera and find things of interest for the visiually stimulated person... If you've got an idea for a place we should visit, please email us up and let us know (news(at)fecalface.com)... Also be sure to check out previous entries. Round One: where we rode around with Jay Howell and visited Last Gasp, Alika Cooper's studio, Andy Diaz Hope's studio, a tour of DLXSF, a fencing school, a Gang Gang Dance show, and an art show on Alcatraz... ROUND TWO: we round around with Andreas Trolf and visited the studio of Kyle Ranson, went down to the dogpatch for some graffiti (RIP), and visited an underground art gallery.
I knew this show was going to be intense show since these guys have been living here for the last couple months staying in Fifty24SF's studios with a gang of interns working on this day and night... They have much more work to do, but this giant rock will be equiped with working model trains... The work is related to the World Trade Center... Interested to see the finished piece.
In the upstairs gallery, David Ellis working on an installation.
He's creating this massive owl out of libations he and Doze have been enjoying in the two months that they've been working on the show.
Not only does this owl look cool, it also sounds pretty epic as he's designed a automatic musical box out it.
Looking inside you can see buckets and pans that these little robot type fingers beat on creating some nice rythmic sounds.
It's hooked up to some sort of computer which runs this music machine.
Juxtapoz managing editor, Evan Pricco.
Down the street in the studio, Doze, interns, and Rich Jacobs working on some installation.
I love artists notes.
Doze Green (center)
visting artists don't get lost.
Doze gave me the keys to his studio next door... I gotta tell you it was pretty hard not taking one of the bits of sketches lying around on little bits of paper here and there. I ain't no theif though.
Inside the lair of Doze Green... It was a treat for sure.
Amazing little crusty models... Again, can't wait to see how all of this is going to come together.
bye Doze's studio.
back next door where the dudes are still working away.
Doze Green and Rich Jacobs.
Be sure to check this show out as it's going to be pretty massive and intense! Rubicon Sun, a collaborative show between David Ellis and Doze Green, opens here in San Francisco on Thursday @Fifty24SF which sits in the lower Haight on Fillmore on the corner of Haight! DETAILS.
On my way home, I had to stop by the design company Juice to pick up a couple things.
What's up, Dudes?
Juice was one of the first places in SF that showed great younger artists works. You just about name someone and they showed there back in the day... well, at their old gigantic offices that were on 9th.
Paul Urich and Bigfoot
Got an idea for a place we should check out next Monday? Email us (news(at)fecalface.com or leave a comment below!
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