St. Louis, MO — Monaco is pleased to present ‘Mates,’ a two-person exhibition featuring the work of Bruce Burton and Mike Schuh.
Mates features a group of new sculptures, videos, and photographs. Bruce and Mike have known each other for a long time, and have worked together in a variety of capacities, but this is the first time they’ve made an exhibiton together. Works were made separately but conceived of jointly. The show provides opportunities for the artists to come together, and come apart from each other, and come together and come apart with the audience. Imagined, abstracted, conceptualized - one thing is never alone; an alternate or opposite is just a blink away. The exhibition runs through March 23, 2019.
Double Texting Alli Litwicki
February 22 - March 22
Double texting: sending ping after ping out into the universe, waiting for a response.
There is a space between words that can extend endlessly through time in that waiting.
This work seeks to embody this space between active moments. To somehow make physical a metaphorical dead space, where many potential realities coexist and overlap without ever coming to pass.
Repeating forms and figures congregate together throughout the room: waiting for something, in the middle of something. Pieces of cardboard sit dumbly; but no more or less dumbly than any other material which may someday illuminate with the happy blue backlight that eviscerates their materiality and obscures their past.