This week, hungry walls will be filled with photos of charming Norwegian brothers, reworked artwork from the SF dump, and a giant, interactive game of Tetris.
This Friday evening, join photographer Elin Høyland, in celebration of his new show at RayKo Photo Center. The exhibit, titled The Brothers, is centered around Harald and Mathias Ramen, two brothers living together in a small village in rural Norway. The black and white photos range from quirky-fun to hauntingly human, and glimpse into a nearly extinct way of life.
Also on Friday, head to the Recology SF Art Studio for the SF Dump Artist in Residents Exhibition. Three artists will unveil three months of SF scavenging. The recycled, reused and certainly repurposed works will range from elaborate collages to more simple sculptures.
On Saturday, put your game face on and rest up those speedy fingers for The Lab’s Annual Tetris Tournament. Local video artist, Kluth Von Reuter, will transform the multi-purpose gallery into a retro arcade where all are welcome to play. Game on.
Tags: Elin Hoyland, Kluth Von Reuter, RayKo Photo Center, Recology SF, SF Dump Artist in Residents Exhibition, Tetris, Tetris Tournament, The Lab