8371 North Interstate Avenue
Portland, OR 97217
Bryan Suereth Director
Friday - Sunday, 12-5pm, & by appointment.
Exhibitions free / performances vary
August 14, 2015 - September 6, 2015
Now in its fifth year, the show features trash transformed into works of art.
Curated by Amy Wilson, the show highlights five local, mid-career artists - Schel Harris, Brian Hutsebout, Beckey Kaye, Brenda Mallory and Rio Wrenn.
Dedicated to Contemporary Art, Disjecta builds ambitious programs that promote artists and engage communities.
Disjecta aspires to present forward-thinking work from visual and performing artists. Disjecta will create a professional platform in which artists can realize their best work and engage new audiences. Dynamic programs will present new work or new interpretations, fueling collaborations between artists, curators, and viewers that impact today’s international arts dialogue. Disjecta will expect equal rigor from local and national artists, recognizing and supporting the talent of the region.
(dis-jek-'tuh) n. Latin. 1. Scattered
remains or fragments. 2. Informal.
The mistakes, false starts, unintended
results and __________ that are cut
away when creating work. Disjecta
celebrates the creative process.
Disjecta Contemporary Art Center, Portland, Oregon
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