The Oceanside Museum of Art invites everyone to visit the James Enos’ Exhibition Urban Entropy. This is an on-going exhibition and will end on February 2, 2014 (Sunday). People can view his works on Sundays from one until four in the afternoon and Tuesdays to Saturdays from ten in the morning until four in the afternoon.
The “Urban Entropy” is an ornate record of work which was created during Enos’ graduate school years in 2002-2005 at The New School of Architecture and Design and also from The University of California, San Diego in the years 2006-2009.
Attendees can expect to see his sculptures, socially programmable architectural structures, and drawings. The artist focused on questions of civic identity and collective strategies for social change for which he gives a poignant critique of what he describes being an urbanization of the fundamental aesthetic problems.
For those who want to see Enos’ works can do so for free. More details about the event is posted here.