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Gutbox Collective exhibition: It Won’t Fit

Posted on | June 5, 2011 | No Comments

Gut Box 3dIt Won’t Fit

June 3 – June 25, 2011

Fullerton, California – June 3 thru June 25. Hibbleton Gallery will open an exhibition that introduces the New York based Gutbox Collective to the West Coast. This group’s mission is to create running narrative threads through collective participation. The members of Gutbox weave disjointed stories that don’t suffer the absolution of a beginning or an end. By incorporating panels that vary slightly in size and are under the influence of at least three members before completion, the group allows a film reel like format to take shape without giving way to a truly linear sequence. The result is a vivid display of painterly cooperation that meets naked trust and invention.

Gutbox debuted in New York City in the fall of 2010 at The Y Gallery. The incarnation that will take place at Hibbleton is a phase of Gutbox’s ongoing pursuit of constructivism within its own ranks and reaching outward to its audience from one location to the next, creating an ongoing narrative through its work that oscillates with those who participate.

Gutbox Collective is: Nick Dyball, John J. Hagan, Heather Hart, Jazz-minh Moore, Seth Mulvey, Ray Sell, Caroline Thaw, Ulrike Theusner, and Thomas Witte.

Hibbleton Gallery is open Friday 1-5 pm, Saturday 1-5 pm, Sunday 1-5 pm and by appointment.

HIBBLETON GALLERY
223 W SANTA FE AVE
FULLERTON, CA 92832
www.hibbleton.com

For more information please contact: Landon Lewis at 714.906.0490 or landon@hibbleton.com

To Contact Gutbox directly: info@gutboxnyc.com ; www.gutboxnyc.com

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