An exhibition by Lisa Radon
March 7–March 28, 2020
SAND Temporary Offices
21601 N 9th Ave,
Phoenix, Arizona 85027
Opening reception: March 7, 7–9 pm
Also open by appointment
How we find each other in the dark. How we know and are known to one another. How we are resourceful, have been resourceful, of necessity. How we improvise, are plastic.
An octopus can slip through any hole larger than its beak.
How we project into futures. How we, at least, do not forget. And we do not go alone.
We carry with us what we need.
We find what we need wherever we are.
QRV is a Q-signal or radio shorthand that means, "I am ready. Are you ready?"
Lisa Radon is an artist and poet who makes web-based and digital projects, publications, sculptures and installations, sound and performance. Solo exhibitions include those at PANEL.LA (Los Angeles), Et al. (San Francisco), Jupiter Woods (London), Pied-à-terre (San Francisco), Ditch Projects (Springfield, OR), Artspeak (Vancouver, B.C), Muscle Beach (Portland), and the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art’s TBA Festival. She’s participated in group exhibitions at RONGWRONG (Amsterdam), Titanik (offsite at Alvar Aalto’s Paimio Sanatorium), Castiglioni (São Pãolo), and the Henry Art Gallery (Seattle). Her books include Age of Sand (PANEL, 2019), Wholeness Engine (Jupiter Woods, 2016), The Blind Remembrance of the Swirling Bone (Artspeak/Ditch Projects, 2015), The Plumb and The Wave (2014), The Book of Knots (c_L Books, 2013), Infinity Increaser (PICA, 2012), and Prototyping Eutopias (2013). She is the editor of the journal EIGHTS, and publisher with Eleanor Ford of the pamphlet series Times Atlas of the Moon.
Her call sign is KJ7MLQ.
SAND Temporary Office is located at 21601 N 9th Ave, Phoenix, Arizona, 85027. The building is located on the northwest corner of 9th Ave and Melinda Lane, one block south of Deer Valley Airport. The main entrance is off 9th Ave. On-site parking is available in a small lot off 9th Ave, with additional street parking on 9th Ave and Melinda Ln. Please keep in mind that, outside of the opening reception on March 7, the SAND Temporary Office is only open by appointment. Please contact us at email@example.com if you would like to view the show.
The areas of the building hosting this show are wheelchair accessible from on-site and street parking. There is one gender neutral wheelchair-accessible restroom on site. Please contact us with any other accessibility concerns and we will work to accommodate you.