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Drop-in Steam Night: Free Sauna Inside a Giant Mirrored Egg | SF
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Steam Work is Michael Parker’s first solo exhibition north of Los Angeles. At its core is Steam Egg 2, a mirrored sculpture housing a fully-functioning sauna. Steam Egg 2 is accompanied by suspended cascading cold rinse pools, wet and messy seating, and redwood and ceramic hydration stations built by the artist.
Steam Work is open to view during gallery hours, and the Steam Egg will be fully operational on Thursday and Saturday evenings from 5-8 pm during the run of the exhibition.
Steam & Sound Nights
February 6, 13, 20, 27 & March 5, 12, 19 | 5-8 pm
Saturday steams will be accompanied by a program of sound artists, DJs, and HerbJs curated by Michael Parker and Valerie Imus. Collaborators include Ashley Bellouin, Alyse Emdur, Wesley Hicks, and Laura Steenberge.
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Drop-in Steam Nights
Thursdays, February 11, 18, 25 & March 3, 10, 17 | 5-8 pm
On Thursday evenings, walk-ins are welcome, but first come, first steam.
Please note, bring your own towel, robe, and swimsuit. Bathrooms and drinking water are provided. Visitors are encouraged to steam in rounds. Visitors must be able to kneel and climb in order to steam, and will be asked to sign a liability waiver.
Michael Parker is a Los Angeles-based artist who makes sculpture, installation and group experiences. His projects are often formed through research and engagement within various social groups. Parker’s Tuesday Steams, based out of his Los Angeles studio since 2011, bring together diverse groups of artists for communal sauna evenings.
Photo credit: Jeff McLean A|N Blog
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