Meeson Pae Yang: Recent Installations and paintings
August 12 – September 2, 2017
Opening Reception: August 12, 5 -7
SoLA is pleased to present recent Installations and paintings by Meeson Pae Yang following her inaugural artist residency at SBC SoLA. Meeson Pae Yang began her residency June 1, 2017 at SoLA and used the entire gallery space as a site of exploration for new installations, sculptures, and drawings. Her residency has culminated in a solo exhibition at from August 12 – September 2, 2017.
You can see images of her residency and work in progress on her Facebook and Instagram pages:
Yang’s work features large-scale installations exploring drawing in space based on natural phenomena. The installation is composed of layered drawings, sculptures, and found objects. As with most of Yang’s work, she explores transformation of materials – keenly observing details and documenting, arranging, and aggregating these objects into densely layered forms using repetition, scale, and light. Yang’s work explores the tension and dialogue between location/dislocation, micro/macro, permanent/transient, coalescing into expansive installations undulating throughout architectural spaces.
South Bay Contemporary SoLA is a non-profit art organization supporting advanced explorations in Contemporary art. SBC SoLA welcomes curators and artists who are tapping into issues of our time to produce and present art that expands on current perspectives of diverse culture. SBC SoLA connects local, national and international artists providing an innovative place for community to discover creative freedom within the open structure of contemporary art.