Team Lump

July 1, 2005

Lost Weekend 2

Lost Weekend 2 07.01.05-08.01.05 Team Lump, Optical Oak, Brent Van Daley, Planecrash, Boyzone, Phon, Lee Campbell’s video program: All For Show
May 1, 2005

Scarab

Scarab 05.01.05-06.01.05 – Seth Johnson, Thom Lessner, Paul Swenbeck, Clint Takeda, Robert Chaney, Alexander Ho, Chris Bors, Drew Elliott, Justin Matherly, Emily Thompson and Scott Cassidy Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and exhibition programs can be found at lumpprojects.org.
April 1, 2005

Our Land – Dos Pestañeos

Our Land 04.01.05-05.01.05 Dos Pestañeos Collective (Ben Fain, Hope Hilton, Scott Lawrence, Megan Lillie and Andrew Ross) Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and exhibition programs can be found at lumpprojects.org.
March 1, 2005

Worse for the Better – Maggie Michael

  Worse for the Better – Maggie Michael 03.01.05-04.01.05 project room: Dan Steinhilber Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and exhibition programs can be found at lumpprojects.org.
February 1, 2005

quad valve – Dana Raymond / New Homes – Leah Bailis

quad valve – Dana Raymond 04.02.05-27.02.05 Lump gallery/projects is very pleased to present quad valve, an installation by Dana Raymond. The project room will feature New Homes by Leah Bailis. quad valve is the fourth installation by Dana Raymond for Lump. �He is an associate professor of art at NC State and has exhibited both nationally and internationally. The project room will feature New Homes by UNC MFA candidate, Leah Bailis. Bailis was a recent recipient of 2004 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Awards, Grounds for Sculpture, in Hamilton, NJ. quad valve “It is always a thrill to physically fabricate spaces from my imagination. From a very young age, intriguing passageways, chambers, and valves have fascinated me. At 10 years old, I remember discovering an old carburetor in the woods behind a local service station. After a thorough cleaning […]
December 2, 2004

Shacked Up: Breadwinners, Homewreckers the Myth of the American Dream

Cannonball Press (Martin Mazorra and Mike Houston) Shacked Up: Breadwinners, Homewreckers the Myth of the American Dream 12.01.04 “At Lump Gallery is Shacked Up: Breadwinners, Homewreckers, and the Myth of the American Dream, featuring new work from Brooklyn’s Cannonball Press ( www.cannonballpress.com ), founded by Martin Mazorra and Mike Houston in 2000. Cannonball offers high-quality printmaking at affordable prices and produces black and white relief cuts, letterpress prints, silk-screens and occasional lithographs–some delightfully vulgar and entertaining. Shacked Up displays prints, the all-new “Box O’ Chicken print portfolio,” large scale woodcuts on banners, hand-printed and hand-painted signs, furniture, jewelry boxes, apparel and novelties.” Excerpt from the INDY by Birgit Schuette Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and exhibition programs can be found at lumpprojects.org.
November 2, 2004

Northern Lights

Northern Lights Paul Butler, Daniel Dueck, Michael Dumontier, Simon Hughes and Jacek Kosciuk 11.01.04 Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and exhibition programs can be found at lumpprojects.org.    
October 2, 2004

PORTOTONIC – Tactonic Collective

PORTOTONIC- Tactonic Collective 10.01.04 “Portotonic , an exhibit highlighting “themes of travel, displacement and nomadism,” will be running at Lump Gallery through Oct. 31. The show features a collection of portable artworks in the uniquely interactive installation style of Chicago-based art collective Tactonic, whose work combines recycled materials, the love of low technology and an interest in social interactions. The members include Huong Ngo ( www.huongngo.com ), Joshua Rosenstock ( www.joshuarosenstock.com ) and Matthew Steinke ( www.matthewsteinke.com ). ‘We created pieces that are fully portable and can be rapidly deployed,’ says Rosenstock. ‘As a group, we are committed to the ideal that art should exist not only in galleries, but be able to function in a variety of settings.'” Excerpt From the INDY by Birgit Schuette Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and […]
September 2, 2004

Boar’s Head/War’s Head – David Ellis

Boar’s Head/War’s Head – David Ellis 09.01.2004 “David Ellis is an artist born into a family immersed in music. In his youth Ellis had little patience with piano lessons or reading sheet music. Instead he absorbed everything on The Super Mix, a Saturday night radio program broadcast from the nearby Fort Bragg military base. Each week a new cassette tape of emerging New York hip-hop found its way into the life of a child growing up in a log house in North Carolina. By the time Grandmaster Flash and the Furious 5 released The Message, Ellis was writing rhymes and banging out beats with his friends on the desks at school. Things have since become much louder. Ellis’ work continues to interpret music and sound. His paintings are often recorded in a form of digital time-lapse animation Ellis calls motion […]
August 2, 2004

Lost Weekend – Team Lump and The Drama

Lost Weekend – Team Lump and The Drama 08.01.04 “Lost Weekendis a new one-weekend-only exhibition at LUMP Gallery featuring new works by Team Lump members and Richmond, Va. art collective (and magazine) The Drama. The opening reception, which coincides with Raleigh’s First Friday Gallery Walk, is Friday, Aug. from 7-11 p.m. Lost Weekend also marks the launch for MuscleCrap, a drawing anthology by Team Lump and The Drama. The first issue, published by Salt Tooth Press, will be available at the opening.” Review From the Indy    Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and exhibition programs can be found at lumpprojects.org.
June 2, 2004

The Lumberton Barrier – A.A. Rucci

The Lumberton Barrier 06.01.04-06.27.04 “Tampa-based, internationally known artist A. A. Rucci opens a new show at LUMP Gallery in Raleigh this Friday, June 4 from 7-11 pm. The documentary-styled installation The Lumberton Barrier recreates the story of a concrete highway barrier found dumped in a river and the unfolding of the mystery surrounding how it came to be there. Rucci, a former archaeologist, combines scientific testing and investigation with documentary photography and research to trace the history and origin of the barrier. He also incorporates drawing and painting into the installation, which records his methods and presents the viewer with a detailed look into the process of answering the questions raised by this unusual find.” Excerpt from the INDY by Bronwyn Merritt Lump is located at 505 S. Blount St, Raleigh, NC. More information about our mission and exhibition programs […]
May 2, 2004

Can You Feel The Lightshine

Can You Feel The Lightshine – Dale Flattum and Maya Hayuk project room: Stewart Sineath 05.07.04 – 06.01.04 “Can You Feel The Lightshine, featuring new works by Brooklyn artist Maya Hayuk and Team Lump’s own Dale Flattum opens Friday, May 7 in conjunction with downtown Raleigh’s First Friday Gallery Walk. The show is based on the Five Knightly Virtues of chivalry, generosity, piety, chastity and courtesy. The title piece of the exhibit (subtitled “The Five Portal Outpost of Righteousland Dominion”) is described as depicting “a crystal palace, fried chicken mandala, zodiac-mind control event horizon, hot tubbin’ sorta-hippies and rainbow-bong centrifuge.” If that doesn’t get you going, Lump’s project room will also feature a new installation by Stewart Sineath, also of Team Lump, entitled Selections from tha conflicted mixcha, which includes photography, painting, drawing, and audio collage.” Excerpt from the INDY […]