The [We] once became a [cloud], which became [clouds] that drove each and every one of [my clouds] outside, then played group show is on at Actual Size Los Angeles, opening March 31 and running to April 28.
It comes with a short text that describes what seems to be the nature of the show ahead: artists that work and think like “conversations beginning on the edge of a glut, debt glut, student glut, a laugh from the gallows. Then evaporating. Not adding to monuments but stealing away from the buffet, and taking a bite.”
Julie Beaufils, Sid M. Dueñas, Edie Fake, Lauren Davis Fisher, Lee Relvas, Ellen Schafer and George Egerton-Warburton, the show’s participating artists, famously last year declared their leave in an exit letter to USC Roski School of Art and Design’s MFA program, noting that they were “dropping out of school and dropping back into the community at large”.
Far from quitting art, the group have continued to practice and speak to life outside: practical concerns of money and space, relationships, individual views, and the weight of last year’s conversations.
See the FB event for further details.**