Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 04, 2015
Alexis Anne Mackenzie's new show Multiverse explores how minor fluctuations in circumstance, or a slight rearrangement of the same elements, can create a wholly different entity. The term Multiverse is the blanket term for parallel universe theories. Most of Mackenzie's work over the past year has investigated living a sort of double or split life. The new direction in her work started with "Synthesis": her project-space show at EHG less than a year ago. We are delighted to be showing more of her new works.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 13, 2011
We at Juxtapoz continue our book series, in conjunction with Gingko Press, with the special release of our newest title, Juxtapoz Illustration 2. After the success of our first Illustration title, we include in our second installment Josh Keyes (on the cover as well), Ericailcane, Dabs Myla, Alexis Mackenzie, Rachell Sumpter, Evah Fan, Rich Jacobs, and others.
Juxtapoz // Friday, August 12, 2011
What's evil? What's dangerous? Two questions that are subjective and steeped in adversarial denial and angst. Join BUS for an exercise in the dangerous and evil. In the vein of the COUM exhibitions, and in honor of people like Genesis Breye P Orridge, Grant Morrison, William Burroughs, Kenneth Anger, and Austin Osman Spare.
Juxtapoz // Monday, January 17, 2011
San Francisco-based Alexis Mackenzie creates meticulously abstract collages from a variety of found books. I stopped by Alexis's studio while she was preparing for a 2 person show opening this Saturday at Swarm Gallery in Oakland. Her most recent work is refreshingly different from previous collages. Here is what I saw.