May 3-June 16, 2023
Everything Is Collective, Percentage of Inventory Area, Landscape Encounters
Digital Collage, Dimensions variable, 2022
Everything Is Collective is an experimental art collective whose work addresses technology, subjectivity, power, and aesthetics.
A look into the exhibition:
[Pictures to come]
Meet the collective
Everything Is Collective is made up of Jason Lukas, Zachary Norman, and Aaron Hegert (pictured above). The group works collaboratively and across mediums and disciplines, and all works produced by the group are attributed to the group as a whole, not the individual members. Since 2013 the group has worked together on numerous exhibitions, publications, and web-based projects. The collective has exhibited their work nationally and internationally, including recent exhibitions at the Aperture Foundation in New York, Royal Nonesuch Gallery in Oakland, Filter Space in Chicago, and the Urban Arts Space at Ohio State University. The collective also runs a book press that publishes works by the collective and commissioned experimental works by independent artists. Recent publications from Everything Is Collective Press have been featured and reviewed widely in print and on the web and have been acquired by the collections of Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection at SAIC and the MoMA Library in New York, among others.