LURE: all is not what it seems

Miri Chais,      %22Rabbit Hole%22 2012

LURE: all is not what it seems

San Diego Mesa College Art Gallery
7250 Mesa College Drive, D101
San Diego, CA 92111

February 3 – 27, 2014
Reception: February 6, 2014 / 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
PARKING FREE ON RECEPTION NIGHT ONLY.
(Park in upper faculty parking area adjacent and across from flagpole.)
Gallery Hours: MTW 11-4 pm, Thurs. 11 – 8 pm.

From the Siren songs of Anthemoessa to the ping of an incoming message, humans fall prey to being seduced. Color, light, sound and movement lure us into paying attention. What do we receive in exchange? Are we rewarded and fulfilled, or have we been led astray? In Lure, 24 artists examine ideas of temptation, attraction, deception, repulsion, satisfaction and satiation. Belief systems are questioned and the curtain is pulled away – or is it? The most powerful seduction is never obvious.

Reception includes projections from San Diego artists Moya Devine and Omar Lopex along with performances by Mid-Air Trio (composed of painter Anna Stump; dancer Natalia Valerdi and musician Joyce Rooks) plus Los Angeles’ experimental audio collage group Mannlicher Carcano. Performances by Mid-Air Trio 5:00 – 6:30 pm and Mannlicher Carcano 6:30 -8 p.m. Guest Curator: Susan Myrland, independent curator, arts writer and artist, Silvergate Consulting

Image: “Rabbit Hole” by Miri Chais

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About Susanna Hernandez Peredo

SUSANNA PEREDO SWAP has over fifteen years of experience as a professional actor, jazz vocalist, arts advocate, curator, event coordinator, and public relations specialist. With Vanguard Culture she hopes to provide weekly snapshots of the best, most inspiring and unique visual and performing arts events in San Diego while bringing awareness to important social and community causes. Susanna is a Cultural Producer/ Co-Host for The Talk of San Diego and writes for the travel Humanism blog Vida Love Chic which explores human history and culture through a variety of travel experiences.

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