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<nettime-ann> Corporate Art Expo '07 exhibition announcement
Nanette Wylde on Tue, 27 Mar 2007 06:47:33 +0200 (CEST)


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<nettime-ann> Corporate Art Expo '07 exhibition announcement


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PreNeo Press (Kent Manske & Nanette Wylde) is excited
to have their project, Meaning Maker, included in the
exhibition "Corporate Art Expo '07" at The Lab in San
Francisco. See Lab press release below.

PreNeo Press will launch three new Meaning Maker
editions at the opening on March 30! The new editions
are: American Citizenship Edition, Periodic Personal
Evaluation Edition, and Relationship to Nature
Edition. These are added to Meaning Maker's 2006
stable: Academic Conference Edition, Art Viewing
Experience Edition, and Family Gathering Edition. More
on Meaning Maker at: meaningmaker.org

At Friday's reception we will give away products
including limited-edition Meaning Maker aprons and
tool kits.

Exhibition Dates: March 30 - April 28, 2007
Opening Reception: Friday, March 30, 6-9 PM
Gallery Hours: Wednesdays-Saturdays, 1-6 PM
Panel Discussion: Saturday, April 14, 4-6 PM

The LAB is located at 2948 16th Street (at Capp) in
the heart of San Francisco's Mission District.
p: 415.864.8855
http://www.thelab.org


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PRESS RELEASE FROM THE LAB
"Corporate Art Expo '07"
Shane Montgomery, curator

Featuring the Anti-Advertising Agency, Acclair, C5
Corporation, Davis & Davis Research, Meaning Maker,
Death and Taxes, Inc., Old Glory Condom Co., PP
Valise, SubRosa, Slop Art, TDirt, Tectonic
Corporation, and We Are War

Curator Statement:
Over the last few years, a new group of artists have
emerged that package themselves as corporate entities.
They develop a company name, a branding scheme, and
utilize the language of advertising and marketing.
These individual artists and collectives create art
objects, marketing materials, and performative
event-based pieces that can exist in a gallery setting
as well as in the public sphere. Much of this work
centers around issues of capitalism and consumerism.
By putting this work within the context of fictional
products or alternative services, we are able to
engage in a more enhanced conversation around topics
ranging from globalization, immigration reform, and
health care in a way that is whimsical and visually
inspiring.

For more info: http://www.thelab.org

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