How Jim Houser Made Room For The EmptinessJuxtapoz // Friday, 06 Nov 2009
In his third solo show at Jonathan Levine gallery, Houser created a new series of paintings and sculptures which he’s incorporated into a site-specific installation. Additionally, the artist composed a new score of original instrumental music that he played in the space throughout the exhibition, enhancing the experience on an audio-sensory level by complementing the tone, rhythm and repetition of the work.
Make Room For The Emptiness marks a subtle departure in style and sophistication for Houser, resulting in a cleaner, simpler, more mature approach to his installation. Simply put, we love the new space Jim Houser has created and have never felt quite so full with emptiness.
Jessica and Jim Houser with Nadine Westcott (Photo by Adam Wallacavage)
Jim Houser with Jonathan LeVine (Photo by Adam Wallacavage)
Jim Houser’s Make Room For The Emptiness runs at Jonathan Levine Gallery through November 21, 2009
See more opening night photos, along with all work from the show, online at http://jonathanlevinegallery.com