Minneapolis, MN – May 9, 2012 – Gamut Gallery announces its grand opening with a multimedia indoor/outdoor exhibit – “ARTifacts in the Gallery, Live CoLab in the Alley” – as part of the Northern Spark Festival June 9, 2012. The debut exhibit features new works by Brant Kingman and Silvia Yordanova, sculpture by Hannah Howard, projection mapping by Jim Weiss, motion graphics by Brad Nesseth, interactive Playatta, and live painting by James Khani, Schuyler Huber, Wade Timmreck, Matt Task Rock, and Peyton. Experimental electronic music will be curated by the Slam Academy.
Gamut Gallery was founded by a group of people who met on the dance floor and formed a weekly art night in 2010 called Co Lab. Two years later, Gamut Gallery was conceived. More than a place to view art, it’s a place that emphasizes art as an interactive experience. The gallery will show diverse collections that run the gamut of mediums from artists that are local or visiting, well-known or up-and-coming, classic or subversive.
Silvia Yordanova “Arrangement II” | watercolor on paper | 11” x 15” | 2012
Matthew Task painting at an event earlier this year. Task was at the opening with aerosol in hand.