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Pattern Recognition at Subliminal Projects Art Gallery
Tired of the same 'ol? It's time to get inspired if you feel there's not enough change going around.
Or stop by Subliminal Projects in Echo Park and peel your eyes wide for Pattern Recognition, the current group art exhibition on display through December 4th.
Pattern recognition isn't just chaos theory for the human condition or the algorithm separating spam from legit email. As the exhibit flyer observes:
Through the artist's observation, "Art is the imposing of a pattern on experience, and the aesthetic enjoyment is recognition of the pattern." Pattern recognition is also the ability to see order in a chaotic environment; the primary condition for life... particularly the idea that even in chaos, there are recognizable patterns.
Pattern Recognition is a group exhibition of works by Seonna Hong, Nikki McClure, Richard Colman, Dalek, and Souther Salazar. Subliminal Projects is located at 1331 Sunset Blvd (at Elysian Park Ave), 90026.
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