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<3 "Laser Mo"… Morgan Martinson… Fascination<3 December 9, 2009

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Little peek of the "Laser Mo Show"

I am super fascinated with artist Morgan Martinson right now.  Her current show, “Laser Mo Show”, is gracing Amberella Gallery until December 29th.  The response to her work has been incredible and it is all now for sale online!  The fact that LASERS are involved in her process drives my me wild!   The pieces are acrylic on canvas which she then removes layers of paint with a LASER.  So is she “de painting”??? … oooooo .. did I make a word up?!  Not positive if that is the most appropriate way to describe it but I enjoy the fact that I have never witnessed the actual process… this leaves my mind to envision all kinds of crazy scenarios.  I imagine brightly colored  power puff girl laser contraptions that are the size of skyscrapers and Morgan having some sort of super galactic powers that make her strong enough to control the machines.   Come in and check out the show or take a peek online!

"Laser Mo Show" Opening

DAILY CANDY SAYS….. SEE MO! December 4, 2009

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Special LASER MO SHOW opening reception poster! November 28, 2009

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<3 LASER MO SHOW! <3 November 28, 2009

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Laser Mo Show
Fabrication of Scripted Works by Morgan Martinson
Special Opening Reception Friday December 4th @ 7pm
Show Runs December 4, 2009 through December 29, 2009

Amberella Gallery is pleased to present the Laser Mo Show, a fabrication of scripted works by artist Morgan Martinson.  Laser Mo Show is a study of contemporary processes and modes of fabrication as digital work is brought to a physical, sensual realm. Morgan Martinson works as an architect and artist, and this show represents a study in the discrepancies between drawing and object. She received her Master of Architecture from PennDesign in 2008 and is currently working in landscape architecture and planning. She is co-founder of via books and edited its first edition, via Occupation.

Morgan Martinson: http://morganmartinson.carbonmade.com