Trace Evidence at CALB for Long Beach Arts Month

Sixpack Projects is proud to participate in Long Beach Arts Month with a new exhibition curated by Jeff Rau at the brand new Cultural Alliance for Long Beach (CALB) galleries in the Bungalow Arts Building.

The exhibition entitled Trace Evidence features the work of five artists who explore and make sense of the world through systematic processes of measurement, quantification, and documentation. Whether creating sculpture based on body measurements, casting the physical marks left by performance events, allowing the wind to trace its path, or simply scanning donuts; all these artists seek to capture and permanently record the fleeting and immaterial.

Please join us at the opening reception on Friday, October 5th, 6-10pm.

Trace Evidence

curated by Jeff Rau
October 5 – October 27, 2012

Cultural Alliance for Long Beach (CALB)
at the Bungalow Arts Building
743 N. Pine Ave, Long Beach, CA 90813

Opening Reception:
Friday, October 5th, 6 – 10pm

Jocelyn Foye
Virginia Katz
Jeff Rau
Jennifer Reifsneider
Rebecca Sittler

All artists in this exhibition either presently live and work in Long Beach, or recently received a graduate degree from California State University here in Long Beach.

Sixpack Projects is a collective of six emerging contemporary artists and curators committed to providing innovative art exhibitions that bring together both emerging and mid-career artists to impel dialog on a variety of contemporary issues. For more information about this and other projects, please visit

This exhibition has been made possible by support from the Arts Council for Long Beach and the Cultural Alliance for Long Beach. Please check out the hundreds of other arts events taking place during Long Beach Arts

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