Monthly Archives: April 2013

Liz Patterson: Inside/out @ Shift in May

We’re very much looking forward to Art Historian, Liz Patterson’s curated show Inside/Out this month at Shift, which consider street art from another angle. The works included in Inside/Out offer an alternative look at street art from the international community, … Continue reading

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Daya B. Astor @ Shift in May: Inside/Out

Daya B. Astor is a mixed media artist hailing from New York where street art is elevated to higher level of consciousness. She derives energy from the creative impulse behind street art and graffiti and in her new show, explores … Continue reading

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Inside/Out @ Shift in May: Street Art Considered, by Daya B. Astor & Liz Patterson

PSquare streets will be buzzing with lots of new shows and free parking, so come on down. Shift Collaborative Studio is very pleased to present Inside/Out by Daya B. Astor and Liz Patterson–an exploration of urban street art. Mixed media artist … Continue reading

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Nice review of Release by Jen Graves of The Stranger

Last minute review of Release by Jen Graves of The Stranger. Show ends today.

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Cass Nevada @ Shift in April–boundless energy

Release, Cass Nevada‘s installation at Shift through April, contemplates energy–the energy that pushes past boundaries and our own very human understanding of nature. Think tsunamis, think swarms, think murmurations, think mass occupations and improvisational jazz–they all erupt from the boundless … Continue reading

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Adele Eustis @ Shift in April–lit from within

Adele Eustis has created an engaging installation of structures made of woven bent branches, wire, light, silk and jute–they are like nests, like a private world, illuminated and welcoming, strange and wonderful. Rosemary Ponnekanti of the Tacoma Tribune described them: … Continue reading

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