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Street Opera

Khalik Allah

Saturday August 15th, 6-9pm
By appointment: tova@heronarts.com

Khalik Allah's Street Opera is a vivid and visceral portrayal of urban life and the human characters that inhabit it. Shooting at 125th and Lexington in Harlem, Allah's street photography gives a powerful glimpse into the spirit and character of those living in poverty.

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Upcoming

C0un7Ry s1n9ER

Dmitri Cherniak

Saturday September 26th, 7-10pm

Artist and developer Dmitri Cherniak presents a new series of work, titled C0un7Ry s1n9ER. Using code, Cherniak manipulates the ASCII text system (letters, symbols, and numbers) to generate a sombre and unlikely palette for his muse. From a distance, the images seem pixelated, but they are made up of ASCII characters which abstract the image itself as the viewer moves closer to the work.

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On The Horizon

Lumière II

Robert Henke

Thursday October 15th, two performances
Gray Area Art + Technology Theater
Tickets: 7pm · 930pm

Lumière II is a groundbreaking audiovisual performance from Robert Henke, a pioneering electronic artist well versed in both the development of creative tools as well as their use. This work is built around extremely high-resolution laser visuals and multi-channel audio. It is an immersive experience that presents a rich and compelling take on the nature and possibilities of high contrast light and sound.

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In Review

Ass Kicking Contest

Wayne White, Woodrow White

Closing Saturday August 8th, 12-4pm

Heron Arts is pleased to present the inaugural exhibition and immersive experience from the compulsory creative, Wayne White. Exhibiting alongside Wayne will be his son, artist Woodrow White. For the first time ever, the artist brings his beloved aesthetic to San Francisco with an interactive installation, his signature word paintings, and works on paper. This is the first show of a quarterly series under the programming direction of curators Tova Lobatz and Noah Antieau.

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