Project Space Takeover #2 | Coastal Fell Line, Perigee+ Add to calendar
Thu, Feb 6 2020,
CCA Hubbell Street Project Space | 131 Hubbell Street, San Francisco, CA 94107
Part of event series: 2020 Project Space Takeovers
Margot Becker, Nathan Kosta, and Maxine Schoefer-Wulf
The fell line of a weaving is where the woven cloth meets the empty warp. As the weaving progresses, the fell line moves forward.
Presented by Margot Becker, Nathan Kosta, and Maxine Schoefer-Wulf, Coastal Fell Line, Perigee is a collaborative body of work inspired by the King Tide events that occurred along Bay Area coastlines January 10th - 12th, 2020. King Tides are the lowest and highest tides of the year and point to the simultaneous nearness of the moon and sun to Earth. These highest tides indicate how rising sea levels will impact coastal regions, while the extreme low tides reveal marine life and habitat rendered fragile by global environmental change. Through film, watercolor, weaving, and sound, we consider environmental precarity and the enmeshed cycles of time that shape the King Tides.
Please join us for the opening event of our multimedia installation on Thursday, February 6th, 5:30-7:30 pm.
Free and open to the public
Gallery hours: Monday Feb. 3–Thursday Feb. 6, 12:00–5:00pm
Reception: Thursday, February 6, 5:30–7:30pm