A group of artists will shake up that currently sedentary snowglobe you know as reality Saturday night in a group show called Co- Re-Creating Spaces. A gathering of more than 20 complicated minds, the shared goal is to contextualize, reframe and reassign meaning to surrounding space, spaces and the pathways we design that become the fluid world we experience each day. Presenting these ideas requires juggling various forms of perception, through video art, installations, works piped in via the web, live performance and a perplexing event nestled seemingly within this one called “One Hundred Meters Behind the Future.” (To experience that last project component, you’ll want to RSVP for a timeslot at meetme.so/sorter. Two can experience the “blending of the real and virtual” per reservation, and will be aided by “charming guides.”) The event has been curated by Carolyn Sorter and Michael Morris, who recently presented us with Expanded Cinema, the event responsible for bringing the OMNI to life. It’s all happening at CentralTrak (800 Exposition Ave.) from 6 until 10 p.m. Visit centraltrak.net.
Saturdays, Sundays. Starts: Nov. 17. Continues through Dec. 2, 2012