667Shotwell is an experimental space in the home of Chris Sollars for artists to do time-based works, started in 2001 during the dotcom boom & wake of disappearing San Francisco art-spaces. Projects is an ongoing series of exhibitions in which artists execute installations and actions in the 667 Shotwell house. In 2007 667 Shotwell was awarded an Alternative Exposure Grant from SOEX. Gallery Hours upon request. For more info contact: Director/ Curator: Chris Sollars - PRESS

CURRENT: Kelly Lynn Jones    
Positive Tax

An Abridged Visual Mapping of A Place of My Own within the Context of 667 Shotwell

November 2 - December 8, 2012
Opening Reception:
November 2, 2012 6:00-9:00 PM

Kelly Lynn Jones is interested in how the objects that fill the space of ones' home can cultivate a sense of who we are or how they can provide insight into ones' past, present, and future. Chris Sollars invited Jones to come into his and Alison Pebworth's home/studios/ art space to survey their personal world and history through their things. Jones looks into the reciprocity of object and person that occupy the home and what relationship can evolve with ones' collection. Jones creates a connection with them through re-making selected objects and installs them throughout their personal space.




Support for 667Shotwell has been provided, in part, by Southern Exposure's Alternative Exposure Grant Program.

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