Toby Sisson: “…and other poems” at Yellow Peril

Once upon a time, at a Yellow Peril Gallery opening, I had the fortune of meeting an artist named Toby Sisson who happened to be attending another artist’s reception. We had a pleasant conversation, though I’m sad to say that I forgot about what we chatted about. However after our talk, she handed me her business card. Now, in some Continue Reading →

NCECA Inspired Exhibitions II

With NCECA in full swing last week, there were countless exhibitions and receptions around the region. While I missed out on the Thursday set, I did try to make quite a few of the Friday ones. I had a huge list of places to stop by and check out, but it had been a busy day (which included meeting our Continue Reading →

Revisited: David Namhon Kim, “Husk” at Yellow Peril

Husk from David Namhon Kim is one of those exhibitions where science and art have been so intricately intertwined, that you forget where one begins and the other ends. The living breathing piece that is Proliferation remains in a constant state of flux. While grass seeds work on their relatively slow progression towards a more plantlike state, countless laboratory grade, Continue Reading →

David Namhon Kim, “Husk” at Yellow Peril

David Namhon Kim‘s sculptures and installation are currently on display at Yellow Peril Gallery, but you shouldn’t think that one visit will suffice for the experience that it entails. I’ll be posting more pictures with a follow up text probably next week, but if you can only visit once, I’ve been told that in week three, “Proliferation” will be at Continue Reading →

By Appointment Only

When I made my appointment to see Yellow Peril Gallery’s off hours exhibition, I had no idea that the work would be (somewhat) tailored towards me and my preferences. Van and Robert have been shifting the work around the space constantly between visits, though I’m guessing that’s mostly the smaller work. I couldn’t imagine them shifting the larger installations. While Continue Reading →