323 Projects exists to provide a dispersed, peripatetic, and constantly accessible venue for artists of all kinds who seek to explore issues important to their respective practices. The artists involved with 323 Projects provide, create, or perform works that can be appreciated in bits and pieces, and at more than one time, in both public and private spaces, by an unseen, yet omnipresent, local and international audience.
Exhibitions at 323 Projects can be reached by dialing a phone number (previously (323) 843-4652. Once the caller connects, they hear an audio recording by a featured artist. In certain instances the caller has the option of leaving a message that the exhibiting artist can hear and do with what they will.
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323 PROJECTS EXHIBITIONS
Elana Mann: Instruments of Accountability, in collaboration with Pitzer College Art Galleries
You Can Do It! A collaboration with Pike School of Art, McComb, MS
Fist Art Shock! by Maud Oonk
High Priestesses by Michelle Andrade, Michelle Chong, Meg Cranston, and Bridget Kane
KLAM Radio by Lenae Day and Anna Kryczka
Please Listen Carefully As Our Menu Options Have Changed by Alex Schub
THE WAY IT SOUNDS by Sojung Kwon
Make ‘Em Laugh, featuring Andrew Vietri, Atsuko Okatsuka, Steven Bankhead, Becky Grajeda, Davey Whitcraft, Willem Augustus, Doom Trumpet, Drew Dunlap, Jenny Yurshansky, Michelle Weine, Natalie Zlamalova, Zimmet Djerrahian, Jesse Benson, FLINT
3 Solo Projects:Audrey Chan, Elana Mann, Chan & Mann, in collaboration with The Ben Maltz Gallery at Otis College of Art & Design
JEFF&GORDON, Not at the Dinner Table
After The Tone by John Burtle
October Surprise Including work by: Becky Grajeda, Bruce Conover, Christian Cummings, Davey Whitcraft, David Gutierrez, Mannlicher Carcano submitted by Doug Harvey, Emi Tamaru, Frownland & Patrice Tullai & Kurt Elzner, Hazel Mandujano, Johanna Reed, Josh Forbes & Anna Magnuson, Karl Jean Petion, Kiki Seror, Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia, Marcus Blake, Matias Viegener, Michael Dee & Anders Lansing, Michelle Wiener, Olga Koumoundouros, Roy Neel, Sean Flaherty, Stephen van Dyck, Tucker Neel, Uranium Orchard, Toban Nichols
In-Phone-Tainment with Amy Radio sponsored by Girl Friend Beer
The Patter of Tiny Brains, curated by Doug Harvey
Volume by Brookhart Jonquil
Bring Football Back by Anthony Carfello
Collective Show LA, 997 North Hill Street Los Angeles, CA
Out The Window in collaboration with LA Freewaves
For More Than One Voice by Elana Mann
Songs by the demiurgic curated by Kristi Lippire
Mostly Musing and Some Rants (things I’ve wanted to talk about for 59 years) by David E. Stone
Cave Out (In Three Parts, All At Once) by OJO in collaboration with Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) and Pacific Standard Time hosted by The Getty
Hot Town, a summer group exhibition featuring Jenn Berger, Kathrin Burmester, Anthony Carfell, Lucky Dragons, DJdollarBin, Rob Faucette, Faüxmish, Mary Beth Heffernan and Bruno Louchouarn, Ian Henderso, Jonathan Lee, Tom Brosseau and Kathy MacPherson, Anna Magnuson, Elana Mann, Renée Petropoulo, Chris Oatey, Jeremy J. Quinn, Erik Qvale, Keith Walsh, John Weston, Davey Whitcraft
More Cinematic Artforum Reviews of Joe Sola’s Work by Joe Sola
Sniper by Christopher Russell
Snowshoe Expedition (Two People Fucking) by Matt Wardell.
From one side to the other, I’ve dreamed that too. An exhibition organized by VOLUME. Including work by: Marcus Civin, Dino Dinco, Zackary Drucker, Seth Horvitz, i8u, Nina Katchadorian, Killsonic Women’s Chorus, M. Lamar, Lissom, Marc Manning, Lucas Michael, Taisha Paggett, David Schafer, Susan Silton, Jacob Sperber, Ultra-red, Dorian Wood
You’ve Got Problems? We’ve Got Solutions. by [name], a curatorial collective including Spencer Douglass, Holly Myers, Paul Pescador, Catherine Taft, Mathew Timmons, Matt Wardell, and Kate Wolf.
Drift/Net by Yann Novak and You
The Archanoids by Mathew Timmons
323 PROJECTS REVIEWS
Carolina Miranda, “Datebook: Japanese American photography, detailed drawings, everything Marcel Duchamp,” LATimes.com. Feb. 25, 2016
Carolina Miranda, “Datebook: Documentary photography, MOCA’s new storefront and art inspired by video games,” LATimes.com. Aug. 28, 2015.
Anne-Lou Vicente, “Art by Telephone: ” VOLUME Magazine, les presses du reel, Vol. 6.
Keith Plocek, “Please Listen Carefully. 323 Projects’ Menu Options Have Changed.” Glasstire Magazine, September 11th, 2014.
Carolina Miranda, “Datebook: Minor White and art you call on the phone.” LATimes.com, July 11, 2014
Carolina Miranda, “‘Not at the Dinner Table’ turns voicemail into art,” Which Way LA?, KCRW, April 11, 2013.
Catherine Wagley, “5 Artsy Things to Do in L.A. This Week: One syllable at a time,” LA Weekly, Wed, Dec 18, 2013.
Carol Cheh, “10 L.A. Art Spaces That Change Our Idea of What an Art Space Is” LA Weekly, Nov. 2012, 21-28.
Shana Nys Dambrot, “Best Telephone-Only Art Gallery,” Best of 2012, LA Weekly, Oct. 5-11, 2012. Vol. 34 No. 46, 76-78.
Catherine Wagley, “Five Artsy Things To Do This Week: Radio On The Telephone,” LA Weekly, August 8, 2012.
Anthony Carfello & Orhan Ayyüce, “Farmers Field: Bringing Football Back on a Need-to- Know Basis,” Archinect, Feb. 6, 2012.
Shana Nys Dambrot, “Call Ahead For This One,”LA Weekly, Mar. 24, 2011.
Nathaniel G. Moore, “Post-Spoken Word,” Broken Pencil Magazine, Issue 50 (Winter 2011).
E. Maude Haak-Frendscho, “Resonates Well With Others: Recent Sound Collaborations,” Drift Magazine, Issue 1 Jan. 2011.
David Shook, “323 Projects,” Open Door, The Poetry Foundation, Nov. 4. 2010.
Taft, Catherine, Top 10 Shows in Los Angeles, Saatchi Online Magazine Dec. 1, 2010
Joshua Morrison, “The Archinoids by Mathew Timmons,” Fine Arts LA, Sept. 2010.
Shana Nys Dambrot, “Mathew Timmons: The Archinoids,” Flavorpill, Sept. 6. 2010.