Christine Stormberg is a force to be reckoned with. Tina Gallery, her latest project and namesake, has no rules and no formality. Tucked behind a Wacky Wacko storefront, run by fellow artists Peggy Noland and Seth Bogart, the whole enterprise feels like its own exhibition, playfully questioning the hierarchy of galleries, commerce, and performance. “I’m … More How Art Spaces Identify: A Spiritual Beckoning with Christine Stormberg at Tina Gallery
Perhaps these new collages can reverse our relationship with the culture of images from information back to the poetics. – Haphazard Gallery I’m thrilled to have new work up at Haphazard Gallery alongside these other lovely artists– Armand Brac, Arpi Agdere, Carl Warnick, Chandler McWilliams, George Porcari, Graham Moore, Luc Fierens, Tarrah Krajank, and Zach Collins! … More “This is Collage” at Haphazard Gallery
A few months ago, I started drawing a series of faux film movie posters inspired by life and fiction in Los Angeles. Each piece was conceived of and drawn in one day. First, while riding the bus from Echo Park to Downtown, I wrote the joke/concept in a notebook. Ideas were inspired by billboards, newspapers, … More PRINTS! PRINTS! PRINTS!
Dori’s apartment is compact and comfortable– sparse, practical, but still cozy. Pouring me a glass of water, she talks about different books that she’s reading. One is called The War of Art. I take a photo to remember it. I’m trying to get better at remembering. The book unpacks obstacles artists face– ambition, blocks, and other … More Studio Visit: Dori Scherer
I recently collaborated with Danielle Sommer on an interactive art project. What I love most about this piece is the experience of spending time with a new friend. Through art-making I was able to hear and learn more about Danielle’s life and perspective. We met almost every day, in the hot hot heat, and painted … More Intermittent Dialogues at Monte Vista Projects
Danielle Sommer and I are crafting something up for the latest ENTER>text event! I am a huge fan of what Henry and Marco do, so I’m honored they invited us along to present new work with a group of super rad artists/writers. Details below! PRESS RELEASE: Things are different up here. We can’t quite … More ENTER>text: in the Air at GuestHaus
The amazing Tara Anne takes a break from tour managing to curate an art exhibit based on her strange and discerning Tinder messages. According to an interview with LAistJuliet Bennett Rylah, “Tara Anne says she thinks the reason why online suitors think they can open with lines about their genitals or send a deluge of … More “Love Is Dead (…And You Killed It)” at Space Station Studios
I was recently invited to be a part of “Hello L.A.” in London at studio 1.1 in solidarity with Monte Vista Projects and Project LALO. I love the cross-pollination examined here and am honored to share space with this community. Special thanks to Danielle Sommer for the invite. The content of my contribution occurred during … More “Hello L.A.” at studio 1.1 in London
Hey, Friends! Fun news! In association with The Dog Show and featuring the melodic music of The Landers Sisters, Linda Lay and I will present our second annual joint art extravaganza: Wrestling & The Roundabout! When: December 14th Time: Doors open at 11 am! Work will also be on view all day as we celebrate The … More Wrestling & The Roundabout: A Two Person Exhibit at The Dog Show
For the month of November, from 8 a.m. – 9 a.m., each day, I am sitting at the roundabout in the middle of my neighborhood (where Effie meets Lake Shore), and writing my “status updates” on a typewriter. Here, I report on the city, the people I meet, and whatever the day provokes. Afterwards, I … More Ritual & The Roundabout in Echo Park
Tonight, I am performing my “future portraits” piece at Concord Space. I am performing this particular piece because I am scared of and interested in confrontation– how we talk to each other non-verbally and where our minds go with certain visceral judgements. I am especially scared/interested in the documentation process. How will my muse feel … More Why A Future Portrait?
On November 17th, at Concord Art Space, I will set up my typewriter and print “future portraits” of whoever is willing to sit for me. This performance is a part of ENTER>text– an interactive literary/artful happening. “There is no stage, no podium. Guests will seek out their own unique encounters in text. Readers and their … More Future Portraits at Concord Art Space