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No Wave Goodbye
Anita Allyn, Corey Antis, Leah Bailis, Piper Brett, Jamie Dillon, Jay Hardman, Will Haughery and Kris Harzinski, Laura Heyman and Michel LaFleur, Vera Inc., Nadia Hironaka and Matthew Suib, Tristin Lowe, Philip Mott, Roxana Pérez-Méndez, Tim Portlock, Paul Swenbeck, Mauro Zamora
February 5-21, 2016
Tim Portlock, "Night"
Tim Portlock, “Night”

Vox Populi is pleased to present our February exhibition, opening on February 5th and on view through February 21st: No Wave Goodbye. This special exhibition is a reflection back and a look forward, with each current artist member of Vox Populi inviting a past member to exhibit work. This collective re-calling highlights Vox Populi’s ongoing commitment to experimentation and the expansive practices of the membership at large. As we evolve into a new exhibition calendar with a two-month run for each show in the space, while unveiling a newly renovated and integrated performance space, we invite you to celebrate change and our past, present, and future with us. No Wave Goodbye will feature the work of 17 Vox Populi Alumni: Anita Allyn, Corey Antis, Leah Bailis, Piper Brett, Jamie Dillon*, Jay Hardman, Will Haughery and Kris Harzinski, Laura Heyman and Michel LaFleur, Vera Inc., Nadia Hironaka and Matthew Suib, Tristin Lowe, Philip Mott, Roxana Pérez-Méndez, Tim Portlock, Paul Swenbeck, and Mauro Zamora.

For over 25 years, Vox Populi has played a unique role in the cultural life of Philadelphia by providing a supportive environment in which artists can take risks and by bringing our audience a diverse range of programming. Vox Populi is an artist collective that works to support the challenging and experimental work of under-represented artists. With a rotating membership and a commitment to working collectively since 1988, Vox Populi has been and continues to be a vital forum for the development and exchange of artistic ideas.

Please join us on Friday, February 5th from 6-10pm for an opening reception of No Wave Goodbye, as well as the debut of our architecturally incorporated and renovated black box space.

*Jamie Dillon’s work for No Wave Goodbye is hosted on Vox’s website during the exhibition.