Catalyst is pleased to present our final solo exhibition of the quarter: The Spectrum (of Being) by Isabel Bogarin. The work consists of several bodies of documentary portraits of LGBTQIA individuals, and deals with issues of identity and body in a society beginning to question the heteronormative state of being.
Catalyst presents Memory Remains, a solo photography exhibition by Varduhi Simonyan.
-we live by the currents, plan by the tide, and follow the sun-
A solo exhibition by Jacqueline Westling.
Catalyst Gallery is pleased to present Artist as Changemaker, a salon-style exhibition featuring work by students at St. Margaret's Episcopal School in San Juan Capistrano. The exhibition features student work from grades 9 to 12.
Catalyst Gallery presents "Entre," an exhibit by Svetlana Linetskaya and Joey Luu that explores the duality between gender, body image and perception. The exhibit emphasizes issues presented within the topic of the male and female gaze, specifically exploring the boundaries and limitations placed on men and women through the popular canons of body image and expected canons of sexuality.
Sea of Forms, a solo exhibition by Rina Kim, explores the phenomenon of commodity fetishism and consumer culture that relies upon material objects to instigate and construct relationships between people. As social relations are constantly being mediated and expressed through trades and exchanges of commodities, the true use-value of things becomes obstructed and forgotten. This body of work aims to reverse the impulse for constantly pursuing material goods, and rather, direct consumers towards establishing human relations organically.
May 5 – 10, 2011 Opening Reception: Thursday, May 5th | 6-9 pm Catalyst Gallery Catalyst is pleased to present Armistice, a group exhibition featuring works by Isabel Bogarin, Melissa Flores, and Melissa Maldonado that explores an array of associations and disassociations between feelings of love and bodily presence.
Listen to the (segmented) five-hour long group crit of Noe Gaytan, Mitchell Klein, and Melissa Meldanado’s exhibited works in The Natural Number After 8 Preceding Ten as well as Kelly Mayfield’s I Just Don’t Think About It. David Familion, the Artistic Director of the Beall Center of Art + Technology and Professor at the UC [...]
Catalyst is pleased to present Cancelled, a solo project by Kelly McKnight that examines the traverse economy of the United States postal service in Orange County through the medium of photography.
Catalyst is pleased to present Tiny Square, a photographic solo exhibition by Gilda Nowparast that explores the worries and issues of people all around the world suggesting that they get smaller and less significant when looked at from a different perspective.