“v e r s u s”, an art exhibition by Houston Fryer

Starting March 1st, you’ll be able to experience “v e r s u s”, an art exhibition by Houston Fryer, at Terminal 136.

 

 

“Movie posters, cop dramas, even language is a kind of violent system in that it prioritizes one means of communication over another.”

Houston Fryer’s artwork is focused on the violence of visual systems. Violence is explored in Fryer’s work to reveal how it operates as a system of consensus. v e r s u s  is an installation of paintings, props, green screen technology, and interactive digital projections that transforms the gallery into equal parts theater and playground. Visitors are invited to play with the exhibitions interactive features. v e r s u s  features extremely graphic imagery of human bodily violence
*Viewer discretion is advised*

 

Image: Houston Fryer, Snake Fight, Oil on panel, photo collage, gold foil mylar

 

The opening reception of Houston Fryer’s art exhibition
v e r s u s  will be at Terminal 136 on Thursday, March 1st from 6-9pm, and First Friday, March 2nd from 6-9pm.

 

Terminal 136 is FREE and open to the public
Gallery hours:
First Thursday & First Friday: 6pm-9pm
All other Thursday’s through Saturday’s: 12pm-5pm
Or by appointment through Houston Fryer at houston.fryer@utsa.edu