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STUFF(ed) at San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art

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ART INTERIOR: With a new installation of 'living paintings,' artist Sofie Ramos stretches the boundaries of the imagination.

ART INTERIOR: With a new installation of 'living paintings,' artist Sofie Ramos stretches the boundaries of the imagination.

Bay Area artist Sofie Ramos really loves familiar household objects—pillows, chairs, stools, whatever. But she also likes to reimagine the context of such things in her installations. In STUFF(ed), she creates walk-in art spaces in which bold colors bleed and bounce all over the place, and violate the natural boundaries between wall, floor and ceiling. She calls her work in this installation “living paintings,” and they’ve come about thanks to the SJICA’s Sandbox Projects, which allow artists to stretch their muscles with site-specific work. This beguiling new installation will be at the ICA until June.

STUFF(ed)
Sun, 2pm, Free
San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art

 

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