If you are in Kansas City, MO next weekend for the First Fridays Art Walk, please show some support for me and my friend Adam Crowley. We will be showing new and older work, but please come by!
"Empty space constitutes a fundamental component of the structure of sublimation. Structure has two elements: sacred space, and the positive object which fills the space and delivers the idea of sublimation. Inversely, the common/public space and the negative object delivers the negation of sublimation."
This exhibition, featuring the works of Adam Crowley and Thomas Luna, is an exploration into sacred space, the void, and the sublime. Both artists attempt to create and decode their own ideas of what sacred space represents and how it functions.
Established in 2012, Vulpes Bastille is currently home to nine practicing visual artists. The property was procured by Caranne Camarena, a KCAI Alum, who has successfully transformed the once empty building with the help of numerous friends and family. The building itself sits on the corner of Locust and 18th, and is easily identified by its orange facade.