This week at Lump: The Footprints of Wild Beasts
Liz Hulls inaugural exhibition based on the senses of smell, hearing and taste. Hull will transform Lump into a sensory incubator during the week of February, 23 - 27 .
The gallery will be open to the public:
Thursday: 1-6pm (with a reception from 6-9pm)
Monday: 6-9pm for a special sound bath with Amanda May.
The closing of the exhibition will be sealed with a Paiste symphonic gong sound bath by Reiki master, energy healer and Kundalini instructor, Amanda May. This event will take place on Monday, February 27, from 7PM-8PM, with a cocktail reception to follow until 9PM. This event will be donation based and all proceeds will go towards Equality NC, a charity dedicated to securing equal rights and justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) North Carolinians. Find more information on Equality NC
.We Are Happy to Serve You
continues at Lump which transforms from a grassroots DIY space to a community supported non-profit project space. Founded by Bill Thelen and Med Byrd, Lump began as an artist run gallery in 1996. Over the past twenty years, Bill, Med, and artists of Team Lump have served the NC community providing space for thought-provoking art, while acting as a pipeline for conversation between North Carolina and the larger contemporary art world. This February we celebrate Lump and kickstart the next twenty years with what we believe are required viewings.
INSTALLATIONS:El lugar de tus ideals
- an installation by Amanda Barr, Bill Thelen, Martha Clippinger. An elaborate meditation of a Oaxacan mercado.Gimme a Sec Print Shop / Dollar Store / Smoke Shop
- an installation by Derek Toomes, Destineez Child (April Childers and Carmen Tiffany), Megan Sullivan, Mollie Earls, Drew Robertson, and Jerstin Crosby. Deviance at its cheapest, browse the black market.Bill's Bald Beignets
- an installation by George Jenne. Step directly into one of Jennes narratives, normally video, scrutinize the detail, fuel up with french donuts and chicory coffee.