News Month: December 2014

“Wasted” solo exhibition by Gabriel Castellanos

Gabriel was born in 1980 and raised in the Bay Area. He has shown work throughout California over the last 9 years, this being his first solo exhibition. Not much for words, he uses art to describe his thoughts about being alive and human with a juxtaposition of bright colors, symbols of death, isolation, a bit of mayhem, fracturing, and secret love. To him, to sensationalize our existence is to undermine our true reality in a way that allows us to no longer fear being alive.

Curator: Betty Bigas

Opening Friday February 6th
6:00 to 9:00pm
at Roll Up Gallery (Public Works)
161 Erie st.


CODAME presents “Art by Code” in conjunction with Roll up Gallery.
“Art by Code” is a triumph of human ingenuity and a tribute to artists who dare to imagine, invent, and test the limits.
Open Gallery: January 9th, 2015 – Closing Night: January 31st, 2105
Where: Roll up Gallery at The Public Works SF, 161 Erie St, San Francisco, CA (map)
Artists: [soon to be announced] If interested showing your work,  get in touch with us by filling this Call for Artists form.

“Art by Code” gives us an insight into a changing cyber universe populated by artists who brave new frontiers with their computational skills, and go beyond the limits of commercial software to create their unique codes that center on ‘interactivity’ and ‘user’ experiences.

With “Art by Code” we aim to ignite the imagination of a new emerging generation and keep challenging the conventional ways of thinking about art and making art. The computer as the medium raises a … Read more ›