Sentient Spaces Exhibition Preview (then Rock The Disco)

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Fri, 07/29/2016 - 12:00am to 3:00am
Jo Lundberg: Sentient Spaces The DSM-5 Illustrated
Sentient Spaces Exhibition Preview (then Rock The Disco)

Kicking off tonight's episode with a preview of Jo Lundberg's upcoming art exhibition "Sentient Spaces -The DSM-5 Illustrated" which will be opening next week at the Wolff Gallery.

https://wolffgallery.com/jo-lundberg-sentient-spaces-the-dsm-5-illustrated/

Then we're just going Rock the Disco on through the night in triumphant celebration of finally being able to rock our funky dance party again this year at Oregon Country Fair!

We might even be joined by the one and only DJ Ellie D. for a repeat performance ;)


Tune in just before Midnight to the The Sacred Circle "TEMENOS" -Radio Show - with Diablo -Dirty Diablo on KBOO Community Radio:

 

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We'll also post a link to the Mixcloud archive of this broadcast on the facebook event page after the show as well.
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Jo Lundberg: Sentient Spaces The DSM-5 Illustrated
“My objective is to shed light on the often dark and stigmatized topic of mental illness by creating a visually engaging text that encourages further awareness, greater understanding, and compassion for ourselves and others.”

Jo Lundberg’s Sentient Spaces is a series of painted portraits created to illustrate the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders 5 (DSM-5), a standard text that is commonly referenced by mental health professionals when making diagnoses. Lundberg draws from her experience as a clinician and art therapist and uses diagnostic criteria from the DSM-5, statistics, notable case studies, and Google image searches to create composite portraits of what various mental health disorders might “look” like. Each painting extends beyond its frame, often into sculpture, enveloping viewers in a shared experience with the individual portrayed in order to create an empathetic space. The work on display at Wolff Gallery is part of the artist's ongoing project that will culminate in a printed publication.

About the artist:
Using the pew as a desk and kneelers as her seat, Jo Lundberg taught herself how to draw as a child during Catholic mass. She never stopped doodling. Often described as “surreal,” her work is inspired by the natural world, Frida Kahlo, human anatomy, and psychology. Lundberg has shown extensively along the west coast and her work is housed in private and public collections, including that of St. Charles Medical Center in Bend, Oregon. She currently lives and works in Portland, Oregon.

Opening reception: First Thursday, August 4, 6-10 PM
Show Run: August 4th-28th, 2016

618 NW Glisan, Suite R1
Portland, Oregon 97209

Event is free, all ages

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