Let Your Body In
April 21 – July 1, 2012
ONE Archives Gallery & Museum
Math Bass is an interdisciplinary artist who lives and works in Los Angeles. She has performed, screened and exhibited at Overduin and Kite, Los Angeles, CA, 2nd Floor Projects, San Francisco, CA, Montehermoso Cultural Centre, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA, Leo Koening Inc. Projekte, NYC, Nikolaj Contemporary Art Center, Copenhagen, Denmark, Artist Production Fund, NYC, Art in General, NYC, REDCAT Theatre Los Angeles, CA, Anthology film Archives, NYC, National Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia, Or Gallery, Vancouver, BC, Participant inc. NYC, among others. She received her MFA from UCLA in 2011 and her BA from Hampshire College in 2003.
Maya Bookbinder is a sculptor and an illustrator from Massachusetts. In life she has been a taxidermist, a bookbinder, and an erotic cake maker. She now co-owns a bakery in the Mission District of San Francisco. Her work moves across media and often involves collaborations with friends. She received a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and has shown work on many coasts.
Laurel Frank lives and works in Los Angeles and tries not to work in Hollywood.
Aimee Goguen is an artist from Spanaway, Washington. Her animation appears in the documentary William S. Burroughs: A Man Within (2009) directed by Yony Leyser, and her work has screened at Curtat Tunnel (Lausanne, Switzerland), Periwinkle Cinema (San Francisco), and CIA (Los Angeles). Goguen is currently working on an experimental narrative titled Lets Talk About Cars, in which actors become racecars and interact with geometric play objects in a non-verbal masturbatory dance sequence.
Kim Kelly is an artist and sustainable horticulturalist living and working in Los Angeles. She and her practice gravitates towards objects and bodies that are inherently vulnerable and unrefined. Her most recent work, Surprise Issues is a parody style television show shot on VHS, and made with collaborator Dylan Mira, about a teenage babysitter who is being monitored by Swedish-speaking Grateful Dead bears. This video was screened at Control Room Gallery in Los Angeles and a gay bathhouse in San Francisco. Kelly’s drawings, paintings, and limited edition books have recently been exhibited in Queer Pile-up at Amy Adler’s Studio in Los Angeles, Oceans of Potions at Needles and Pens Gallery in San Francisco, Crocodile Tears at Giant Robot Gallery in New York and throughout the USA.
Dylan Mira is an interdisciplinary artist working across relationships. Using sound, bodies and jokes, her projects explore ambivalence as ethical movement. She has exhibited here and there and lives in Los Angeles.
Lee Relvas is an artist and musician who has recently landed in Los Angeles, after a month-long national tour via the greyhound bus with a performance inspired by the Gulf oil spill of 2010.