Greater Than The Sum: 2012 LUCEO Group Exhibition
We Connect, You Create.
LUCEO is excited to announce our 2012 group exhibition, Greater Than The Sum. We are inviting you, our guest, to collaborate with us by selecting and cutting an original piece of work from one 163-foot run of layered images. A curation of our work has been combined and interconnected to span the entire gallery. Reserve you CUT Placement now and on the night of the show you will be given a pair of scissors to create your own unique artwork.
The exhibition catalogue both encapsulates the ideas of the show and is itself a work art. Designed by LUCEO PRESS and developed and printed by famed LA print house Paper Chase, the images are printed on heavy 100# FSC certified paper with crisp, gorgeous reproductions. There are multiple hand-cut gatefolds that capture the long runs and unusual layering within the work. The cover is recycled black chipboard with foil die-cut imprint text.
Each copy comes with both a Digital Download and a QR Code to access LUCEO Partner Tyler Strickland’s soundscape DIN created especially for this exhibition. Because of the special nature of these catalogues, only a select number will be for sale.
Other Ways to Connect
LUCEO also invites you to connect and create more by bringing your own personal images to take part in a live mural creation the night of the show. Or if you can’t make it, e-mail a personal image to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will add your image to the gallery wall!
Reserve a CUT and take home original signed, authenticated and editioned art, bring a print and make original art, bring home a catalogue to remember it all. Connect. Create.
A detail of prints installed on behalf of @harmreductioncoalition at the 58th Commission on Narcotic Drugs in #Vienna, #Austria. The work draws from 400 portraits paired with text written by each subject advocating for a more human drug policy that includes harm reduction among its tenets. #HarmReduction, as a practice, is a relatively simple and pragmatic approach to drugs which focuses on the issue through the lens of public health rather than through the criminal justice system (which, globally, can carry sentences up to and including life in prison and death.) Its adoption into formalized policy has been a steady and incremental journey that has spanned roughly three decades.