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One Night Only: Echo Gap
video works from 9 Portland artists
Tonight is Echo Gap, a one-night show of video art by ten Portland-based artists curated by WorkSound’s Modou Dieng at Valentine’s (232 SW Ankeny) at 8:30 PM. Artists include Arnold Kemp, the new chair of PNCA’s MFA program, Jeff Jahn, critic and editor of PORT, PNCA professors David Eckard and Stephen Slappe who have work respectively in Call + Response at Museum of Contemporary Craft and PICA’s TBA:09 Festival right now, Kelly Rauer, who just did a very good installation at The Manor group show, plus Sari Carel, Posie Currin, Sean Carney, and Hannah Piper Burns.
In the context of the video work currently on display at The WORKS for PICA’s TBA:09 Festival, it will be interesting to see what Portland brings to the party. Looking forward to it.