past exhibitions



the echo park time bank is putting the fun back in fundraiser with a real square dance at fluxco on sunday september 27th from 5-9 pm. all are welcome although it is a fundraiser for the time bank so there is a suggested donation. the dance promises to be memorable.




























intersecting viewpoints
, a convergence of imagery
saturday august 29th, 2009 from 7-11 PM
 

This is a multi-media multi-artist event with imagery ranging from the cinematic to the sublime. Though each artist has their own starting point, the images in this exhibition converge to inform the view of life processed through our continual shift in perception. Each captured moment reveals a new immediacy.

patrick hoelck
geoff moore
steffanie walk
jennifer grant
steven perilloux
rome apple shadanloo
christine reinsch
boyd
ramon f
sheila rosa
irene woticky







SIZable, a show of large works by downtown LA arts district artists, Saturday July 18th, 2009 from 8-11 PM
 

Christina Muraczewski and Gyan Shrosbree have chosen the artists for this show of large works. The participants all live and work here in LA and will choose the specific works that will be at fluxco on July 18th. It will be a great event that brings our disparate strands together for an evening. The party is free, there will be refreshments, hopefully some music and of course lively conversation. So come join us! For more information about Christina, go to www.christinamuraczewski.com For Gyan go to www.gyanshrosbree.com










participating artists:


Heather Cantrell
Jamison Carter
Spencer Chow
Jason David
Margaret Griffith
Sean Higgins
Michael Hsiung
Luci Hull
Ryan Logan
Christina Muraczewski
Elliott Oliver
Matthew Penkala
Liz Smith
Klutch Stanaway
Gyan Shrosbree
Christian Tedeschi
Tao Urban
Alexandra Wiesenfeld







a new exhibition titled "plank tone robots" will open at fluxco on Saturday May 30th from 8-11 PM.


Plank Tone Robots

Reading between room temperature super oxidant in green tea
leaf
Fire and ice jumping the broom interpreting possibilities
of cacotopia to unveil Eden, Apocalypse engendering utopia

2 degrees to warming - guided pilots of autonomous
underwater vehicles in collusion with poisonous
plankton

Jean 
Pétion












Inadvertent rapture or post-millenial dispensationmentarianism

Saturday April 18th, 2009


Michael Shaw, the venerable L A artist (http://registry.whitecolumns.org/view_artist.php?artist=54 ), has put together an amazing exhibit of 10 Los Angeles based artists (Eric Bene, Brad Spence, Dylan Palmer, Ami Tallman, Michael Perlman, Nicola Vruwink, Christopher Russell, Andrew West, HK Zamani) at Fluxco set to open on Saturday the 18th of April, between 7-9 PM. More information about the artists is available on the "links" page to the left.



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