4.25 to 5.8
Building on themes of inner space explored in his first ever Dallas exhibition ("Seeing Stars" 1992) and discotheque/club ambience of his first performance work ("One Night Stand" 1999), Randall Garrett presents new work in sculpture, collage, and sound installation in the main room, and a performance set in the intimate safe room at Beefhaus. In this new body of work, a grouping of collage on mirror surfaces and objects embedded with mirrors to emphasize reflection, the artist is working with the idea that identity or form is an overlay on the clear reflective nature and open qualities of awareness. The installation will serve as the setting for a performance at the opening reception, in which he transforms the safe room at Beefhaus into a tiny discotheque/temple, with strobe lights, dancing, and accompanying soundtrack.
...from the exhibition checklist
Club Garba Grisha
Gone, Gone, Gone Beyond