Jackie Klempay

Rose Kallal

16mm projections accompanied by modular synth

Rose Kallal

Rose Kallal

Delia R Gonzalez, Alice Cohen, and Bryce Hackford

Delia R Gonzalez, Alice Cohen, and Bryce Hackford

Mariah Robertson

Untitled, 2014

Unique color prints on variable paper

Dimensions variable

Jojo Li

Interior Splash 1 & 2, 2014

Mixed media

Dimensions variable

Linnea Vedder
Corner Vinyl (Boobs), 2014
Acrylic on vinyl
35 x 24 inches

Linnea Vedder

Corner Vinyl (Boobs), 2014

Acrylic on vinyl

35 x 24 inches

Mark DeMuro

Pencil and acrylic on newspaper

Matt Connors
Untitled, 2014
Acrylic on canvas
36 x 26 inches

Matt Connors

Untitled, 2014

Acrylic on canvas

36 x 26 inches

Elizabeth Jaeger

Untitled (Display with Richard 1), 2014

Ceramic, hydro-cal, latex paint

40 x 64 x 36 

Sophie Naess

Soap, 2014

Soap with some longing for Greece buried in it, straw grid woven of grasses picked on ‘Sunridge Road,’ hair from a horsehair whip, a hair-like plant from Chinatown called ‘Hair Moss, beads, lichen, gold mica powder, cosmetic pigments, and Eucalyptus, Tuberose, and Grapefruit fragrance oils

8” x 10” 

ZERO POINTOpening Friday AUG 1st 7 PMAUG 1st - SEPT 1stMATT CONNORS, MARK DEMURO, DELIA R GONZALEZ, ELIZABETH JAEGER, ROSE KALLAL, JOJO LI, MARIAH ROBERTSON, SOPHY NAESS, LINNEA VEDDER
Opening Night Sounds:8:30 - Delia R Gonzalez with Alice Cohen and Bryce Hackford offer a live sound performance9:30 - Rose Kallal provides live modular synthesis with multiple 16mm projections
"At another time, at the great pyramids of Teotihuacan, which is a tourist attraction, genuine little clay pieces would be spread out on the ground next to ones that were obviously newly made. As we were cautiously selecting the fine pieces from the poorly formed or badly broken ones, I heard a lady tourist say: ‘No thank you, I only buy what I really can use!’ Yes, art is useless, in a sense. But it has a restorative power that we need again and again. It assures us of a timeless meaning across epochs and regions, despite the absurdities proclaimed these days in art circles."- Anni Albers, On Weaving (1974)

Jackie Klempay is located at 81 Central Ave (1A), between Melrose and Jefferson streets, in a ground floor apartment building in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn. The gallery is open the night of the reception, every Saturday for the exhibition’s duration (1-5 PM), and always by appointment.

ZERO POINT

Opening Friday AUG 1st 7 PM
AUG 1st - SEPT 1st

MATT CONNORS, MARK DEMURO, DELIA R GONZALEZ, ELIZABETH JAEGER, ROSE KALLAL, JOJO LI, MARIAH ROBERTSON, SOPHY NAESS, LINNEA VEDDER

Opening Night Sounds:

8:30 - Delia R Gonzalez with Alice Cohen and Bryce Hackford offer a live sound performance

9:30 - Rose Kallal provides live modular synthesis with multiple 16mm projections



"At another time, at the great pyramids of Teotihuacan, which is a tourist attraction, genuine little clay pieces would be spread out on the ground next to ones that were obviously newly made. As we were cautiously selecting the fine pieces from the poorly formed or badly broken ones, I heard a lady tourist say: ‘No thank you, I only buy what I really can use!’ Yes, art is useless, in a sense. But it has a restorative power that we need again and again. It assures us of a timeless meaning across epochs and regions, despite the absurdities proclaimed these days in art circles."

- Anni Albers, On Weaving (1974)

Jackie Klempay is located at 81 Central Ave (1A), between Melrose and Jefferson streets, in a ground floor apartment building in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn. The gallery is open the night of the reception, every Saturday for the exhibition’s duration (1-5 PM), and always by appointment.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT KLEMPAYJ@GMAIL.COM
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