Kit Kube - Critical Mass, GCAC Main Gallery
Rosemary Covey - STRIP, Project Room
Easy Action: GCAC Rental and Sales Gallery
Current Exhibitions: February 5 - March 20, 2005
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Kit Kube - Critical Mass, GCAC Main Gallery

CSUF Grand Central Art Center will host North Carolina artist Kit Kube in the GCAC Main Gallery. Critical Mass is a kinetic interactive light installation featuring eight interactive works by the artist.

"Just as the Surrealist artists at the beginning of the twentieth century incorporated machine parts and imagery to document the pervasiveness of the Industrial Age, Kit Kube forms sculptures from the detritus of southern junkyards to mark the closure of American industrialism and the development of a new order... These industrial components, once animated within textile mills, become reactivated by Kube with small motors or hand-generated kinetic motion. Adding illumination, Kube sculpts with light that perforates grids, circuit boards, and filters to project fine, patterned webbing that envelops viewers as they enter these environments." (Carla M. Hanzal, Curator of Contemporary Art the Mint Museums, Charlotte, NC)

Kube was selected to be the 25th artist in residence at the Grand Central Art Center. He will be our guest artist from January 26th through February 25th.  An artist lecture is being planned and will be posted on our website under events at <>. Critical Mass marks Kit Kube's first west coast solo exhibition.


Rosemary Covey - STRIP, Project Room

Rosemary Feit Covey was selected to work as our 23rd artists in residence at the Grand Central Art Center.  February 5 - March 20, 2004 Rosemary will be exhibiting printmaking work completed during her residency and recent work in the Project Room at Grand Central Art Center.           

Rosemary Feit Covey has exhibited both in the United States and internationally, including solo exhibitions in Argentina, Switzerland, the Butler Institute of American Art, as well as other solo and group exhibitions.

Collections include the Corcoran Gallery of Art; the New York Public Library Collection of Prints and Drawings; the Papyrus Institute, Cairo, Egypt; the National Library of Australia, Canberra; The National Museum of American History; Georgetown University Library Print Collection; Harvard University Library; and Princeton University Library.

She was a 1998 recipient of a Rockefeller Foundation Grant. Ms. Covey has been commissioned by The New York Times and The Washington Post and has illustrated many books. She has given lectures at universities in China, Interlochen Center for the Arts, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the University of Wyoming, the International Monetary Fund, as well as other institutions in this country and abroad.

Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, Rosemary Feit Covey lives in Alexandria, Virginia.


Easy Action: GCAC Rental and Sales Gallery

Mixed media group show. Easy Action is a new pop sensibility brought to painting, video, photo and fashion by up and coming Los Angeles based artists: D. Ryan Callis, Matt Maust, Tim McMullen, Corbin Poorboy, and Rebecca Banghart. Featuring Jewelry by Aimee-Lau

Please see our website <>  for more information on upcoming events and lectures.

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