ME∑(s)A Project Space chronicles the year long closet gallery space run by James Papadopoulos in Portland, Oregon. The closet is a 4' x 5' exhibition space in Papadolpoulos' now former apartment. The purpose of ME∑(s)A Project Space was to foster relationships between Chicago and Portland based artists, as Papadopoulos is originally from Chicago, and moved to Portland for graduate school. Over the course of the year that ME∑(s)A was open, there were nine participating artists. Each artist was given a question and answer survey conducted by James via email. This book shows the documentation of the artists' participation in ME∑(s)A. The participating artists are as follows: Michael Birk, Nan Curtis, Daniel J. Glendening, Arnold J. Kemp, Carl Klimt, John Knight, Jake Myers, Chris Smith, and Michael Welsh. Included in the first 37 copies of this book is an original rubbing by Daniel J. Glendening.
- 5" x 6.5" x 0.3"
- Free Reading Commons
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