Exhibitions

The Reconceptualized Universe of The Anti-Logo League Girls

Friday, April 29, 2011 to Friday, June 10, 2011
Opening reception: Friday, April 29, 7:00pm

Works by Stephanie Cormier

This exhibition reveals three stages in the Anti-Logo cause; its creation, its transition into a new belief system and its crusaders, the Anti-Logo League.

Addressing excess waste and mixing traditional and contemporary practices, the work references antiquated beliefs of weaving to create the universe; and recycling, technology and globalization as the creation of a new universe. In creating a belief system, humble materials are given new contexts.
The Anti-Logo League Girls are fractured “freaks of commoditization”- crusaders, weaving strips of waste into new “non-logos”.
Warning post-apocalyptic scavenger mentality, neo-pagan folk symbols honor recycling as a contemporary survival technique from past worlds and meld junk into mystical implications.