Laundromat Art Space is pleased to present Sunday Painter, an interdisciplinary group show curated by Miami native Alex Nuñez. Sunday Painter is a visual exploration of the role of music in the artistic studio practice. Through auditory influence, we become more intimate with the creative experience in this exhibition.
Sunday Painter began a year ago as a podcast on KPISS.FM in Brooklyn, NY; this alternative studio visit has captured over 30 artists’ working processes and musical inspirations. In 2016, 37 episodes were recorded with artists across the country from diverse international backgrounds, working in various media. This group exhibition includes a survey of participating artists exploring themes of identity, perception, self reflection, millennial symbology, vanity, opulence, throwaway necessity, tropi-tourist consumerism, and the transcendental exploration of art making.
For our one year anniversary we will be featuring Los Angeles-based artist Matt Sheridan’s live-mixed paintings-in-motion on the wall at Laundromat Art Space. Using terms, conditions, and actions of abstract painting to transform and amplify spaces of video into instinctually interactive bodily experiences, Sheridan has improvised animation video projections in NYC, LA, Brazil, Japan and Australia. This is Sheridan’s first performance in Miami since his 2013 Fountainhead Residency.
Show will be on view throughout February, by appointment only.