Film by Jade Sullivan
Via Tim Pakron: “This documentary is going to be a part of my upcoming exhibit at Rebekah Jacob Gallery, Sept 30th – October 3th. It will be installed as a part of the show so the viewer can experience my process directly with the work. By combining video, still photography, a light box with negatives, and painting, the show is going to be very dynamic. It will create an interactive experience for the viewer. Jade Sullivan’s technique and artistic skill with the camera completely lends itself to revealing my creative process. It is a privilege to be able to incorporate that into the show.”
The show will be featuring new works by Pakron and fellow artist, Benjamin Hollingsworth. Rebekah Jacob, gallery owner, says:
“These two artists are significant in spearheading the contemporary art movement in Charleston. At 169 King St, a white cube will be translated into a dynamic space. The monumental installation will evocate that young, innovative talent is working here. We are at a critical point for moving the Charleston… art scene into a more progressive phase, and I am excited to have both artists on board to launch our fall program.”
Opening Reception for FOLKLORE will be, Thursday, September 30, 2010, 5:30 to 8:30.