low tech/high joy collaborative is pleased to announce the opening of their residency at TuckUnder Projects.
The exhibition, look(again), opens on Thursday, June 27, 6-9 pm, and the residency will run through October 2013.
low tech/high joy artists Marlaine Cox and Karen Kasel bring together a conceptual community partnership that combines organic growth, metal sculpture, participatory distribution and viewership. The spotlight of low tech/high joy collaborative’s residency opens with seven blazing orange “scopes” – primitive constructed metal tubes – installed in TuckUnder’s yard. The artists take a closer look at the outdoor space of TuckUnder Projects and focus the scopes on objects in the yard that deserve closer inspection and curiosity. Visitors are encouraged to slow down and look through the scopes to view small surprises and unexpected oddities in the environment that can be easily overlooked, such as a tiny reflecting pool in a boat stored in the yard or an anthill. The objects may be found or staged, leaving the viewer joyfully engaged in wondering if it’s real or a trick from the artists.
The gallery has unstructured hours Wednesday through Sunday, and by appointment. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm open hours. TuckUnder Projects is located at 5120 York Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN, USA 55410. For further information visit http://www.TuckUnder.org.