For Immediate Release

The Constant Gallery presents “The Myth Is In The Art (An Homage to Le Vide)”

November 3, 2007 through November 11, 2007
Public reception: November 3, 2007, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm

 “I had left the visible, physical blue at the door, outside, in the street. The real blue was inside, the blue of the profundity of space, the blue of my kingdom, of our kingdom! ... The immaterialisation of blue, the coloured space that cannot be seen but which we impregnate ourselves with ... A space of blue sensibility within the frame of the white walls of the gallery.” Yves Klein, 1958.

Space is a fixed but unspecified value. Language and mathematics cannibalize each other's x, y, and z to force hierarchical mappings of space. Though x, y, and z too are fixed but unspecified, their equations force the existence of a nomenclature that allows for "finding."

At the juncture of space and finding lies the void, a radiant blind spot that attracts the gaze like a moth to a flame. This void is where one finds all values unfettered by object status. The immaterial is continuously relevant to one’s projection and the exteriorizing of ideas. Restructuring the perception of society’s negligent canonization of the most base and material, ultimately an impossible denouement, can temporarily be attempted within the void—the last confine for any true radical gesture.

About The Constant Gallery
The Constant Gallery is an experimental art space focused on the intersections of visual culture during globalization.

For additional information please contact the gallery at or (310) 430-9058.



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