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Honey Ramka presents Going Forward by Jason Reyen, our final exhibition. Opens Friday, March 29th (6-9 PM). On view through April 20th.

Also on view in the project space is Dither_Block, an exhibition by Mitch Patrick featuring drawings and videos by the artist. As written by Patrick:

These drawings are attempts at laying somewhere between noise and information. As screens become more engorged with the world in an attempt to utterly describe it, reality becomes fair game as a digitally distributive asset. Perceptions are increasingly peeping in and out of screens and cameras, giving and taking away. Drawing — and particularly its innate ability to generate noise, compared against the ordering of information on the digital grid — reminds us that physicality is resistant to digital order. Pixels are a raw form of visual information, exceptional at exhibiting images and communicating information instantaneously at high resolution, while drawing and writing might offer the complete opposite: slow information that is highly subject to entropy. Drawing is a low-level microcosm with an ability to turn noise into information and vice-a-versa.

This exhibition also includes two seamlessly looping, screen-based 3d animations that display various types of electronic debris and speculative artifacts that societies might uncover in the distant future. As philosophical and creative explorations of technologies, electronic waste, and prospective cultures, these videos are intended to be set in a post-Anthropocene world. Each video is unique, styled in a way that excavated archaeological objects are documented for research.

OPENS FRIDAY (6-9 PM)
Going Forward
Dither_Block
Honey Ramka OPENS FRIDAY (6-9 PM)<BR><i><b><font color="#F21DDD">Going Forward</i></b></font><Br><i><b><font color="#0101DF">Dither_Block</i></b></font>

Jason Reyen
Untitled
2019
mixed media on canvas
36" x 36"
Honey Ramka OPENS FRIDAY (6-9 PM)<BR><i><b><font color="#F21DDD">Going Forward</i></b></font><Br><i><b><font color="#0101DF">Dither_Block</i></b></font>

Mitch Patrick
(Untitled) Anthropogenic Tablet 1
2019
3D rendered animation, 60-second seamless loop
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