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Supersonic Electronic Invitational – Opening Night

Curated by fellow Hi-Fructose writerZach Tutor, Spoke Art's latest group show “Supersonic Electronic”is exactly what it sounds like — a fun, hyperactive collection ofartwork that makes a bold statement. Featuring 16 different artists,the show covers a lot of ground as far as subject matter and mediago, but the disparate artworks come together in a harmoniouscacophony that exudes an intense energy. While Erik Jones and TatiSuarez's paintings of brightly ornamented female nudes added a sugarygloss to the collection, darker works like Joao Ruas's monochromaticpainting on wood and Scott Campbell's sparse landscapes cast a coolshadow on the show's bubbly veneer. Check out photos from the opening night below. — Nastia Voynovskaya

Zach Tutor

Curated by fellow Hi-Fructose writerZach Tutor, Spoke Art‘s latest group show “Supersonic Electronic”is exactly what it sounds like — a fun, hyperactive collection ofartwork that makes a bold statement. Featuring 16 different artists,the show covers a lot of ground as far as subject matter and mediago, but the disparate artworks come together in a harmoniouscacophony that exudes an intense energy. While Erik Jones and TatiSuarez’s paintings of brightly ornamented female nudes added a sugarygloss to the collection, darker works like Joao Ruas’s monochromaticpainting on wood and Scott Campbell’s sparse landscapes cast a coolshadow on the show’s bubbly veneer. Check out photos from the opening night below. — Nastia Voynovskaya

View more works from the exhibit in our preview here. Opening night photos courtesy of Shaun Roberts.

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Artist Allan Innman

Artist Cam Floyd

Artist Steve Kim

Cam Floyd

David Ball and Brett Amory

Michael Hsiung

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