Think Faest: Art and Oddities Zine Delivers â€œHomeâ€-Themed Works By Eight Artists In Two Tones
Opening on June 20, Scion Installation L.A. Gallery in Culver City and Faesthetic magazine present This Must Be The Place, a collection of art and oddities by eight American artists inspired by the zine's minimally toned aesthetic.
Featuring work from Gluekit, Maxwell Loren Holyoke-Hirsch, Damien Correll, Joel Speasmaker, Matt Curry, Skull Phone, Dan Funderburgh and Jemma Hostetler, the acclaimed multimedia artists and designers explore the theme of â€œhomeâ€ with the loose limitation of a two-toned color palette.
Produced and distributed in close partnership with Chicago-based crowd sourced t-shirt company, Threadless.com, Faesthetic began in 2001 as a photocopied zine and developed into a high-quality experimental arts magazine with international participation and readership.
More information on this and previous exhibitions is available at http://www.scion.com/space
The opening reception takes place on June 20, 7 p.m. â€“ 10 p.m. at the Scion Installation L.A. Space, 3521 Helms Ave. (at National), Culver City, CA 90232.Â The reception is free with complimentary valet parking and an open bar. The exhibit will run until July 11, 2009.