Kent Williams Solo Show



Friday, November 29, 2013 – 7:00pm to 10:00pm


Kent Williams stretches the fabric of space-time in his new body of work, ‘Cusp: Arrival of the Qoolieros, Into and Through the Noisy Planet.’ 

Williams’ visual art, room-sized scrolls of intricate graphite drawings featuring narratives of an imagined world, will be accompanied by ‘Instructions for Use,’ a document drafted by the late Jake Euker, a close friend and kindred spirit of the artist.

Just as Williams uses some 28 panels of complex drawings to map his ideas on geographic homage and benevolent community, Euker contextualizes Williams’ ‘Noisy Planet’ for a variety of scenarios, adapting its function to its surroundings. 

For example, Euker explains, “It is not a violation of federal law to use the record in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. No labeling, per se, has been provided. You may use the record any way you choose…
For use as a temporal map, please read the record from right to left, beginning at any fixed point chosen arbitrarily.”

The show will be open this FInal Friday from 7-10 pm.