January 19 - February 18, 2018

Jordan Kasey, "A Hot Day," 2017

SIGNAL is pleased to present The Mark Inside, a group exhibition featuring work from Jordan Kasey, Bennet Schlesinger, and Kristin Walsh.

Jordan Kasey's large-scale oil paintings depict heavy, monumental figures and objects, placid scenes charged with an undercurrent of the uncanny. Bennet Schlesinger's small epoxy-molded works depict hazy images of Los Angeles donut shops, the only all-night respite among a spiderweb of interstate highways. Kristin Walsh's intricately constructed aluminum machines employ magnets and motors in the invisible service of unsettling illusions: pills dance on their surfaces, dice roll, coins spin, all compelled by subtle interior machinations.

Gregory Kalliche
Hidden Hiss

January 19 - February 18, 2018

SIGNAL is pleased to present Hidden Hiss, a solo exhibition by Gregory Kalliche, consisting of a three-channel video installation accompanied by a series of infrared LED drawings.

In Hidden Hiss Kalliche takes the electromagnetic spectrum as a subject, rendering the infra- and ultra-visual through the choreographed play of video and lighting. Using 3D modeling, Kalliche indulges in some of the medium's most familiar conventions: scientific depictions of the unseen world are realized in the sleek visuals of product design, playful animations, and 3D image compositing.

Join us for the opening of both exhibitions Friday, January 19, 2017.