An analog response to a digital culture, Kelly Tunstall and Ferris Plock’s collaborative show, “Loading,” opened at San Francisco’s Fecal Face Dot Gallery last week. The two artists, who are romantic and creative partners, conceived the idea for the show as a follow-up to last year’s “Edible Complex,” which examined the changing trends of dining culture in San Francisco. Similarly, “Loading” examines topical themes through a humorous, imaginative lens. While postulated to be a reflection of the current tech boom, fueled by apps and start-ups, in the Bay Area, the show responded to the hi-tech world with a series of collaborative and individual artworks with a soft and hand-made feel. Take a look at our exclusive opening night photos below.
Kelly Tunstall with her and Ferris Plock’s son, Gus
Photographer Chloe Rice, artist Alex Pardee and Ferris Plock
White Walls owner Justin Giarla with artist Helen Bayly