Leah Haney: Divergent Space
December 7, 2012 through January 5, 2013
Tiny Park announce Leah Haney: Divergent Space, opening Friday, December 7, 2012, 7 to 11 p.m., at 1101 Navasota Street. The exhibition continues through January 5, and will be available for viewing 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays and by appointment.
Leah Haney’s work explores the malleably of space and architectural structures on a two-dimensional plane. The paintings are examinations of perspective and vanishing points blown out of proportion, perverted by multilayer shapes, hyper-colors, and light. Haney plays with the geometry of a room or building, exploding and distorting interior and exterior space. Architectural history, science fiction, and 1980’s design serve as references and inspiration for these dynamic new works.
Haney received a BFA from The University of Texas at Austin. Her paintings were recently featured in a one-person exhibition at AMOA-Arthouse. She will be in attendance at the opening.
Upcoming Events at the gallery:
During EAST we will be open 11 am – 6 p.m., November 17th, and 18th.
- November 16, 2012 (7 p.m.) – Tiny TOE Press reading of Heart of Scorpio with Joseph Avski & Mark McGraw.
- December 2, 2012 (TBA) – WORK RELATED is an evolving series that promotes experimental sound and language. WORK RELATED III features the work of Jennifer Moore, Smokey Emery, Barry Stone with special guest Paul Stautinger, and Roeminna McLeod Watson.
- December 8, 2012 (7:30 p.m.) – Fun Party, a literary reading organized by Dan Boehl and Cindy St. John, includes works of Matt Hart, Kyle Schlesinger, and the video art of Caroline Koebel.
- December 14, 2012 (8 p.m.) – Experimental Response Cinema presents films created by local moving image artists.
About Tiny Park
Tiny Park presents contemporary art exhibitions, readings, performances, and film screenings by local and national artists. Tiny Park also collaborates with guest curators and outside organizations to present conceptually and aesthetically diverse works. Tiny Park is organized by Brian Willey and Thao Votang.