I’ve been waiting months now for this day, the opening of Two Lines Align, the Geoff McFetridge and Ed Fella show at the REDCAT. The show was curated by Michael Worhtington, and it explores the “the shifts in the perceived cultural worth [of art and graphic design] over time”. The way they did this was to start with Fella’s body of work, and then move into McFetridge’s more contemporary stuff, which makes the exhibit span over the last 30 years or so. I’m pretty sure that Ed Fella taught McFetridge at CalArts, and I know that Michael Worthington also went there, so you can kind of see the connection between all of the pieces.
The opening reception runs from 6 to 9 tonight, and should be amazing considering who’s involved and where it’s at. Be sure to come out if you’re in the area, I have a feeling that this is going to be a pretty big deal. I will be there camera in tow to document the whole dang thing, so expect to see some pictures tomorrow!
P.S. If you’re gonna’ go to the show, look for me, I’ll be wearing slip on vans with bacteria painted all over them.