I Don't Believe You

Work by Lauren Anderson, Jamisen Ogg and Oli Watt

Roots & Culture
3/27/09 - 5/2/09

Ogg's work is comprised of a new series of drawings focusing on themes of meaningless appropration in the context of artistic production, and the aesthitisization and formalizing of expressionistic symbols.
Watt takes a more direct approach to appropriation, utilizing pop cultural references to spin visual puns and reframe the meaning of banal objects and consumer products.
Anderson presents a dialogue of jokes and joys, and some drawings made by smoke bombs.

Oli Watt "Whoopee Cushion" 2009

Oli Watt "...And Stay Out" assembled screenprint 2009

Oli Watt "Spirits" (text by Steinbeck) sandblasted bottles 2009

Oli Watt "Wiffle Ball" assembled screenprint 2009

Oli Watt "Untitled" screen print on wood 2009

Lauren Anderson & Oli Watt "One Liner" screenprint 2009

Lauren Anderson & Oli Watt "Untitled" screenprint 2009

Lauren Anderson & Oli Watt "Untitled" screenprint 2009

Jamisen Ogg 2009

Jamisen Ogg 2009

Jamisen Ogg 2009

Jamisen Ogg "Dead Center" letterpress print, acrylic, colored pencil, paper, dry wall 2009

Jamisen Ogg "Expressional Grid Study" letterpress print, acrylic, spray paint, colored pencil, paper, gator board. 2009

Jamisen Ogg 2009

Jamisen Ogg "Basket" canvas, acrylic, gator board, pushpins 2009