XEROX & FIGURINES
TOGETHER AT LAST!
( xeroxed photograph by~ josef jasso)
XEROX PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOSEF JASSO
HOODED FIGURINES BY RICHARD ANKROM
(figurines encased in rubber hoods by richard ankrom)
OPENING NIGHT~ AUGUST 16TH
7PM TILL 9PM
NO~ HOST BAR
(on display till september 6th)
The word “xerox” is used as a synonym for “photocopy” (both as a noun and a verb) for example, “I xeroxed the document and placed it on your desk.”
Though common, the company does not condone such uses of its trademark, and is particularly concerned about the ongoing use of Xerox as a verb.
Antebellum artist~ JOSEF JASSO treats xerox like a verb creating these beautiful “xeroxed” images.
Los Angeles artist~ RICHARD ANKROM uses found ceramic figurines encasing their heads in rubber fetish hoods.
Antebellum & curator RICK CASTRO presents these two unique talents
together at last!