Eric Eley at Suyama Space next week

Eric Eley is a sculptor and installation artist who was originally based in Seattle, but currently
lives in Dallas, Texas. He has returned to Seattle to create a site-specific installation based
on historical camouflage and visual disruption techniques for Suyama Space.

Opening: Friday, January 21. A reception in his honor will be held from 5 – 7 pm.

Artist Talk: Eley will present an artist talk at the gallery on Saturday, January 22 at 12 pm.

Exhibition: January 24 – April 8, 2011

Location:
Suyama Space
2324 2nd Avenue
Seattle, Washington
98121

Regular gallery hours are Monday – Friday, 9 am – 5 pm, admission is free to the public, and Suyama Space is in compliance with the 504/ADA Assurance for people with disabilities.

in theater conveys the geometric landscape of an abstracted battlefield encampment. Overhead, a system of nets, interwoven with strips of fabric breaks up the expanse of the
gallery’s interior, while tangled barricades divide the ground-level space. The spare architecture of the installation reflects hand-made defensive strategies employed at the intersection of manpower and technological power.


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