Carouse, Converse, Contemplate
AMERICAN DARK AGE
SAM PULLIN & DOMINIC SANSONE
313 GALLERY JERSEY CITY
As America enters its Dark Age, artists Sam Pullin and Dominic Sansone explore the degradation of society and its institutions. Featuring interactive installation, sculpture, and painting, American Dark Age calls attention to economic and structural violence, government corruption, and the catastrophe of civic disengagement.
Sam Pullin is a Jersey City native and multimedia artist. His work centers around concepts of urban life, social decay, and the position of human beings in the broader universe. Pullin has painted a number of murals in Jersey City and exhibited regularly in the Tristate Area. He is currently part of the ESKFF Residency at Mana Contemporary.
Dominic Sansone is a Chicago-based sculptor. Using in a variety of mediums, Sansone’s work focuses on the military industrial complex and its interaction with daily life. He has exhibited extensively across the country, and is currently an artist at the International Sculpture Center + Mana BSMT residency at Mana Contemporary.
Amy Wilson is an artist and educator at the School of Visual Arts in the Visual & Critical Studies program. She has exhibited nationally, and recently received critical acclaim for her NJ political fiber works. She will join the exhibition on February 20 at 7:00 pm for a talk on Art & Politics.
American Dark Age is a single-week duo exhibition at 313 gallery, 313 3rd Street, Jersey City 07302.
The opening will take place on February 17, 5:00-9:30 pm. There will be a talk on Art & Politics with Amy Wilson on February 20, 7:00-8:00 pm. The closing and artist talk with Sam Pullin and Dominc Sansone will take place on February 24, 7:00-9:30 pm.
For more information about American Dark Age, contact Allison Remy Hall at email@example.com.