U:L:O: Part I | U: Curated by Lodos
June 19 – July 12, 2015
Breathing Room proposes dissatisfaction with the exhibition as where things stall.
The work in this show could as well have happened after the opening. The objects in the room are residues of time consumed. I say the work could have happened after the opening, because they are programmed to expire. They are the remaining parts of a larger fragment.
I wish to propose Breathing Room as a prologue, which the works of art are here to deliver.
- Francisco Cordero-Oceguera
Timothy James Kelly is an artist currently living in Chicago. His work has been exhibited at Lodos (Chicago), Lodos at Material Art Fair (Mexico City), Parallel Oaxaca (Oaxaca, Mx), and Free Paarking (St. Louis).
Martin Soto Climent is an artist who primarily works with re-contextualized everyday objects. For over a decade, he has exhibited internationally, at such galleries as Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Palais de Tokyo, Paris; T293, Naples; Karma International, Zurich; and The Banff Center, Alberta. Climent currently lives and works in Mexico City.
Temra Pavlovic is an artist working primarily with video. Her work has been shown at Dark Arts (International), Human Resources (Los Angeles), PeregrineProgram (Chicago), Lodos (Mexico City), Otras Obras (Tijuana), Les Rencontres Internationales (Paris) and more. She is also a member of Oa4s (On all fours). Temra is currenty based in Amsterdam.
Lodos is a gallery for contemporary art located in Mexico City. Lodos aims to show critically aware artists working within new modes of production.
Image: Temra Pavlovic, 1080p [FHD], 2015. Video still