FS Exhibition/Please save the date

Posted by Finishing School | Tue Feb 28th 2006 2:55 p.m.

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Please Join Us : March 11, 2006, 7-10 pm

Finishing School (Brian Boyer and Ed Giardina) will be having a solo exhibition at enView, a gallery located in Long Beach, CA. FS will be presenting PIO-Public Interaction Objects, their new body of work. The exhibition will run March 4-25, 2006.

Public Interaction Objects (PIO) is a series of low-tech participatory objects. They are physical interfaces engineered to create meaningful interaction with individuals in various public contexts. Each object is a composite of various influences. PIO influences include historical and mythological narratives, cultural customs, market economies, and lifestyle, entertainment and commercial technologies. Please visit www.finishing-school.net/pio for more information about PIO.

Please visit enView's website for gallery location, map, and hours of operation.
http://www.enviewgallery.com/contact.html

Hope to see you there!

ed and brian

e d g i a r d i n a
finishing-school.net
giardina.info
cell: 714-745-7759
studio:714-965-0523

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<font style="font-family: arial;" size="2"><span style="font-weight: bold;">Please Join Us : March 11, 2006, 7-10 pm</span><br> <br> Finishing School (Brian Boyer and Ed Giardina) will be having a solo exhibition at enView, a gallery located in Long Beach, CA.&nbsp; FS will be presenting PIO-Public Interaction Objects, their new body of work.&nbsp; The exhibition will run March 4-25, 2006.<br> <br> </font><font face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="3"><font style="font-family: arial;" size="2"><strong>Public Interaction Objects</strong> (PIO) is a series of low-tech participatory objects. They are physical interfaces engineered to create meaningful interaction with individuals in various public contexts. Each object is a composite of various influences. PIO influences include historical and mythological narratives, cultural customs, market economies, and lifestyle, entertainment and commercial technologies.&nbsp; Please visit www.finishing-school.net/pio
for more information about PIO.<br> <br> Please visit enView's website for gallery location, map, and hours of operation.<br> http://www.enviewgallery.com/contact.html<br> <br> Hope to see you there!<br> <br> ed and brian</font></font><BR><BR><DIV>
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<DIV><FONT color=#a2a2a2>cell: 714-745-7759</FONT></DIV>
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