Top Five July 30, 2015

by Glasstire July 30, 2015

This week, Rainey Knudson and Christina Rees tackle ocean trenches, CHAOS, and an exhibition they know nothing about.



1. Seditious Industrial Complex™ Licensing Office
Sala Diaz (San Antonio)
July 31 – August 30, 2015
Opens July 31, 6–9 pm

An exhibition by the Seditious Industrial Complex (SIC), a multinational entity specializing in the methodical organization and repackaging of complex seditions into bite-size chunks. Their licensing experts will be offering intensive presentations on July 31st and August 7th (6-9PM). “If you’ve made a decision…can you really afford not to have intellectual property law on your side?


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2. Whispering Bayou
Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
July 31 – November 1, 2015
Opens July 31, 6:30–9 pm

An multi-media installation reflecting Houston through an ever-evolving, interactive assemblage of audiovisual impressions. The show is a collaboration of Houston filmmaker and community activist Carroll Parrott Blue, French composer and multimedia artist Jean-Baptiste Barrière, and New York composer and computer interactive artist George Lewis, along with a number of local contributors.


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3. CHAOS!!! 2015
Ro2 Art Downtown (Dallas)
August 1 – September 12, 2015
Opens August 1,  7–10 pm

A group exhibition featuring small works by over 100 artists.


daniel johnson and jeff f wheeler redbud

4. Daniel Johnston & Jeff F. Wheeler: On Their Way to Heaven or Hell
Redbud Gallery (Houston)
August 1 – 30, 2015
Opens August 1, 6–9 pm

An exhibition of individual drawings and recent collaborations between two iconic Texas artists, Daniel Johnston and Jeff F. Wheeler.



5. Shawn Camp: Aphotic Zone
Northern-Southern LLC (Austin)
July 31 – September 5, 2015
Opens July 31, 6:30–10 pm

An exhibition of artist Shawn Camp’s backlit paintings in a black gallery with light cycling from dim to total darkness. The title refers to the depth of the ocean at which sunlight is no longer visible.

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