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Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Wrap Up: Art Gallery Exhibitions of the fall semester

Abraham Venegas

From sculpting with wood, steel and fiberboard, to photo metamorphosis that were on display in the art galleries that were offer this fall semester.

On Sept. 10, 2012, the Cerritos College Art Gallery hosted an event called “Architectual Deinforcement” which contained different art mediums based on the theme on disaster.

Artist Adam Davis’ debut his work titled “Beyond the Tangible Universe As You Understand it.” His work consists of four channel video installation of images that are digitally manipulated of transmission wires and power lines that he gathered while he was in Jordan.

The video also contained audio of 13 different languages from interviews from Spain and United States.

The artists created thought provoking poetic framework associated with social and environment disaster.

Nov. 5, 2012, Cerritos College Art Gallery presented “After Image: The Photographic Process(ed).”

The exhibition featured 13 local, national, and international artists working to manipulate the physical process of the photographic.

There were many techniques that the artists used on their photographs, such as, bleaching, sewing, cutting, poking, folding, soaking in water.

Photographics required you to see the photo again and again to really appreciate the creativity of the manipulation.

Wrap Up: Art Gallery Exhibitions of the fall semester

Abraham Venegas

From sculpting with wood, steel and fiberboard, to photo metamorphosis that were on display in the art galleries that were offer this fall semester.

On Sept. 10, 2012, the Cerritos College Art Gallery hosted an event called “Architectual Deinforcement” which contained different art mediums based on the theme on disaster.

Artist Adam Davis’ debut his work titled “Beyond the Tangible Universe As You Understand it.” His work consists of four channel video installation of images that are digitally manipulated of transmission wires and power lines that he gathered while he was in Jordan.

The video also contained audio of 13 different languages from interviews from Spain and United States.

The artists created thought provoking poetic framework associated with social and environment disaster.

Nov. 5, 2012, Cerritos College Art Gallery presented “After Image: The Photographic Process(ed).”

The exhibition featured 13 local, national, and international artists working to manipulate the physical process of the photographic.

There were many techniques that the artists used on their photographs, such as, bleaching, sewing, cutting, poking, folding, soaking in water.

Photographics required you to see the photo again and again to really appreciate the creativity of the manipulation.

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Abraham Venegas, Staff Writer
Fall 2014

I am person who speaks his mind about things or issues and will not censor himself to anybody. I have been attending Cerritos College for three years after graduating from Downey High School. In my downtime I enjoy reading books about social movements throughout history, bike riding, playing futbol, hanging out with friends among other things. I also enjoy watching and talking boxing and if you want to know about the sport or when is the next "big" fight talk to me not the dimwits on ESPN.
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