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Black Mountain Project presents Vladimir Mejia: "BRIM" opening reception

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Photo courtesy of Vladimir Mejia

"BRIM" is an exhibition of new works by Vladimir Mejia that delves into the artist’s studio process and practice. Mejia constructs an immersive space of mixed media works including transparencies, paint, archival polaroid prints, installation, and digital media. The artist uses interaction, humor, abstraction and writing to tackle politics, race relations, generational divides and the ever-evolving relationship between people and technology. A deeply inward examination into the inextricable relationship between mind and mood in art making, Mejia considers questions on depression and anxiety as an unconscious material behind abstraction.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through May 11.

"BRIM" is an exhibition of new works by Vladimir Mejia that delves into the artist’s studio process and practice. Mejia constructs an immersive space of mixed media works including transparencies, paint, archival polaroid prints, installation, and digital media. The artist uses interaction, humor, abstraction and writing to tackle politics, race relations, generational divides and the ever-evolving relationship between people and technology. A deeply inward examination into the inextricable relationship between mind and mood in art making, Mejia considers questions on depression and anxiety as an unconscious material behind abstraction.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through May 11.

"BRIM" is an exhibition of new works by Vladimir Mejia that delves into the artist’s studio process and practice. Mejia constructs an immersive space of mixed media works including transparencies, paint, archival polaroid prints, installation, and digital media. The artist uses interaction, humor, abstraction and writing to tackle politics, race relations, generational divides and the ever-evolving relationship between people and technology. A deeply inward examination into the inextricable relationship between mind and mood in art making, Mejia considers questions on depression and anxiety as an unconscious material behind abstraction.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through May 11.

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WHERE

Black Mountain Project
916 Springdale Rd.
Bldg 2, #106A
Austin, TX 78702
http://blackmountainproject.com/

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Admission is free.
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