Sit Calm
Curtis Erlinger

August 7 - 30, 2014

Opening Reception: 5 - 8pm
First Thursday, August 7, 2014

In his final show at PUNCH, Curtis Erlinger presents an arrangement of mixed media works that focus on location and displacement. Drawing from walks, observational drifts, and found objects, Sit Calm is a temporal meditation on the way objects and situations affect emotion and behavior. The work TV Guide (Remote) presents an inversion of the outdoors as a flimsy, collaged facade. In the work I Belong to SAM, children’s building blocks and a tattered printed flash card are temporarily removed from the family play area of Seattle Art Museum, reproduced as replicas, and then returned to their original location. Swaying between anxiety and humor, attention is drawn to the constructed nature of the moment, with the intention of discovering new perspectives.

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2014 Juried Exhibition

Deadline: September 29, 2014
Juried by SuttonBeresCuller


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Coming in September

Justin Gibbens


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Curtis Erlinger
I Belong To SAM
Replica of a printed card removed and
returned to the Knudsen Family Room
at the Seattle Art Museum
Acrylic on cardstock, 28” x 44” (1:4 scale), 2014