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Three artists use copyedit, counterfeit, and tech to tease art out of context
05.04.10 - 3:23 pm | Spencer Young |
It means something different: Charles Gute's "The Corrections" creates artistic fluorishesCORRECTING BARRY, COURTESY OF CATHARINE CLARK GALLERY
In concept, they balloon questions surface regarding what is and isn't art, especially when extracted from within an art industry context, as alienated labor is made visible much to the embarrassment of the original authorial content. The proofs, like those blocks found on Syjuco's newspapers, politicize the source material, making those sweet, colored marks difficult to ignore. *
CHARLES GUTE: "THE CORRECTIONS"
JOHN SLEPIAN: "THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF COLOR PAINTING"
STEPHANIE SYJUCO: "BEG/BORROW/STEAL"
Through May 15, free
Catharine Clark Gallery
150 Minna, SF
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