April events for Shipyard Artist Carrie Ann Plank
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April events for Shipyard Artist Carrie Ann Plank
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Carrie Ann Plank: Events and Openings, April 2019

Interference/Confluence (Solo Show)
Local Language
477 25th Street
Oakland, CA

Exhibition: Friday, March 1st- April 27th, 2019
First Friday Reception: Friday, April 5th, 2019, 6:00 pm – 10:00pm
Gallery hours: Thursdays & Fridays, 5pm – 9pm, Saturdays, 2pm – 5pm

Twenty/Twenty
ArtHaus
228 Townsend Street
San Francisco, CA

Exhibition: Friday, April 4th- April 30th, 2019
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 4th, 2019, 6:00 pm – 8:00pm
Gallery hours: Tuesday – Friday, 11:00 am – 6:00 pm, Saturdays, 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm


Carrie Ann Plank "Interference/Confluence Installation C (Yellow)"

Carrie Ann Plank “Interference/Confluence Installation C (Yellow),” Enamel and Archival Pigment Print on Acrylic, 48” x 48”, 2019

Interference/Confluence
(Solo Show)

Local Language
Oakland, CA
In Interference/Confluence, Carrie Ann Plank employs new technology to create large-scale printing matrices while revisiting anachronistic classical printing techniques. Plank’s work explores the reinterpretation and reorganization of visual information systems, how context shifts meaning, and how information is translated through the mash-up of old and new technologies. Plank is interested in the confluence of the hand and digital mark and includes abstracted halftone variations (unique to the world of printmaking) in much of the pieces as a nod to the unique process of the residency.

I’m a classically trained printmaker and very focused on the hand-made mark and the quality of ink on paper, so working at Local language and employing digital fabrication in a way that honors and accentuates the hand has been so exciting. I really concentrated on traveling between the hand and digital realm and how to combine the best of both tools. –Carrie Ann Plank @ Local Language 2019.


Twenty/Twenty

ArtHaus
San Francisco, CA
Works by 20 Bay Area artists

A curated, multi-media exhibition featuring twenty works by twenty Bay Area Artists. They are: Jhina Alvarado, Michael Beckler, Jan Blythe, Brian Blood, Franc D’Ambrosio, Riis Burwell, Matthew Frederick, Patter Hellstrom, Meena Kamal, Donna McGinnis, Carolyn Meyer, Lucky Rapp, Paul Morin, Gioi Tran, Thea Schrack, Maxine Solomon, John Wood, Ken Sloan, Carrie Ann Plank and Mirang Wonne

Image featured on this page: Poster for “Twenty/Twenty” exhibition with artwork by Carrie Ann Plank