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Stephen Powers

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Mike Giant

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Jonathan Zawada

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Jonathan Zawada / Brendan Huntley

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Brendan Huntley

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Ricky Swallow

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Mark Whalen (Kill Pixie) / Ozzie Wright / Mark Gonzales + Lee Ralph

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Ed Templeton

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Chris Johanson

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Chris Johanson

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Anthony Lister / Mark Whalen (Kill Pixie)

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Mark Whalen (Kill Pixie)

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Tomoo Gokita

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Shannon Peel (DMOTE)

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Marcus Oakley

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Jacob Ciocci

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Conor O’Brien

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David Griggs

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French

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ESPO raincoat

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DMOTE bicycle

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Jacob Ciocci

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Misha Hollenbach

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Mike Kelley x PAM

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Stefan Marx

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Children of Penrith’s depiction of Huntley’s work.

On the eve of Hi-8 High Five panelist Wilfred Brandt speaks about the visuals of skateboarding with Gemma Jones.
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To close Disorder Disorder – Ulterior Motives in Contemporary Art curator Joseph Allen Shea will be moderating this panel of exceptional figures in skateboarding’s visual culture.
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A screening of parts selected from seminal skateboarding videos such as Video Days, Photosynthesis and Eastern Exposure from directors including Spike Jonze, Su Young Choi, Cameron Nicholls, Dan Wolfe, Christian West and Joe Castrucci followed by a panel discussion exploring the motivations of the filmakers and the progression in the form over the last 3 decades considering the influence on popular culture and the way these videos are viewed today.

Speakers:
Paul Brabanec
Paul Brabanec lives between New York, London and Sydney and founded These Video Days in 2010 to document and archive the best in current and classic skateboard videos globally.

Wilfred Brandt
Wilfred Brandt is a U.S. born, Sydney-based arts and culture writer and academic. He is completing his PhD thesis at The College of Fine Arts on Skateboard Aesthetics.

Su Young Choi
Su Young Choi is director of Volcom’s Skateboarding Film department USA. and an integral figure in taking Australian skateboard films to the world.

Cameron Nicholls
Is the Sydney scene’s premier skateboarding film maker; dedicated to documentation, Nicholls’ films are a time capsule of skateboarding’s raw local talent and the culture surrounding it.

RSVP – 02 4735 1100
Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest – 86 River Road Emu Plains NSW 2750

MARK WHALEN (KILL PIXIE)
PARALLELED OPPOSITES

Kill Pixie,Izrock Pressings,Merry Karnowsky Gallery,Tim Roth

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 8 – 11pm
HOSTED BY TIM ROTH

MERRY KARNOWSKY GALLERY
LOS ANGELES, CA 90036

Exhibition Dates:
October 9 – November 6, 2010

The exhibition will include a 10-foot square tiled enclosure that can be entered through a single doorway. Within the confines of the installation, a more intimate multidimensional sensory experience will be created by paintings installed alongside hand sewn paper botanicals, with sound installation by Autolux amplified in the background.

Disorder Disorder artist Shannon Peel making a mark in the city of Sao Paulo

Hot on the tail of Power’s community ‘working art’ in St Mary’s he is furthering the Love Letter Project in upstate New York this time.

This text was taken from a letter to the commission and beautifully sums up Power’s process:


Once sign painting as a trade became extinct, it became interesting to me as a medium for art. I learned to paint signs as they had been painted for generations, but instead of the commercial concerns of most signage I used the letters and colors to talk about love and life. The font I employ was prized by sign painters because it is clear and versatile, qualities that serve me well when I am talking about complex things like love. Beyond that, my use of the sign painters craft is about the importance of the hands, heart and head being present in the work I make. The work we are calling on to renew the West side must possess the same qualities.





Thanks AMS

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