Presenting a multi-part exhibition featuring 12 eclectic color photographs, a slideshow titled 33 Questions from a Mad–House, and an installation for the artist's opening night performance. Fulford is known for the playful, enigmatic quality of his photographs, books, and performances, which provide more questions than answers. Opening: Thursday, Feburary 9, 6-8pm, with an interactive performance by the artist at FraenkelLAB.
This exhibition marks the first Bay Area solo exhibition of photographer Jason Fulford. Drawn from images included in his recent monograph, Contains: 3 Books, and partly inspired by Mel Brooks’ 1977 “satirical psycho-comedy” High Anxiety, a parody of Hitchcock thrillers, this exhibition strives to capture, and to some extent, skewer the present collective state of anxiety in the U. S.