Urban Collage: Radical Heterogeneity
Opens Saturday, April 1, 7-10pm
with over 25 original pieces from artists around the nation.
Our featured artist this month, Thomas “Detour” Evans, will reveal new work created specifically for this show.
This group show is comprised of photography, painting, and multi-media works by local and national artists. The theme is “Radical Heterogeneity,” a theory espoused by architectural theorist Colin Rowe that strong cities and communities exist when every stakeholder/identity is represented.
This show was juried by Louise Martarano of RedLine Contemporary Art Center, Tracy Weil of RiNo Art District, Martha Weidmann of NINE dot ARTS, and Feral Factory founders John Barbour and Shana Cordon.
Feral Factory's openings are part art exhibition, part performance, entertainment, and party—an evening of aesthetic inspiration and community. The opening will include original performances based on the art and themes of the show including spoken word, improv, and monologues by some of Denver's finest performers.
Free and Open to the Public
2555 Walnut St.
Denver, CO 80205