"We have decided not to die."
TONIGHT.

TONIGHT.

Friend of Body Building, fashion designer Adam Arnold,  is presenting his biannual fashion show for the release of his fall  2011 collection.  His beautiful studio is walking distance from bSIDE6  Gallery and his show gets going by 8, so come by our show and head up to  his, then come on back OR meet us BOTH at Dig a Pony on SE Grand for the after-party celebratory drinks.

Friend of Body Building, fashion designer Adam Arnold, is presenting his biannual fashion show for the release of his fall 2011 collection.  His beautiful studio is walking distance from bSIDE6 Gallery and his show gets going by 8, so come by our show and head up to his, then come on back OR meet us BOTH at Dig a Pony on SE Grand for the after-party celebratory drinks.

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Intimacy Gradient = organizing spaces in a sequence which corresponds to their degrees of privateness and openness.

"The ideal core/periphery structure affords a densely linked core and a dynamic perhiphery. One pattern for social software that supports this is an intimacy gradient (privacy/openness), to allow the core some privacy for back-channeling."

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Second sentence - by Ross Mayfield

Floor plan for the exhibit tonight.

Floor plan for the exhibit tonight.

TONIGHT. 7 - 10.  bSIDE6 Gallery.  Body Building.

"This manifested, yes, in walls through bathtubs, bumpy floors, and low doorways. But they exemplify the ultimate call for a conception of building as more than space for body as does the artists’ six-word manifesto (with its echoes of the pre-speech motivations of the first of our ancestors to seek safety in shelter from a lightning storm in a cave): “We have decided not to die.”"

— Lisa Radon’s essay  ‘Body | Building’.

Above: Final two images by photographer Christine Taylor showing in ‘Body Building’ tomorrow 7 - 10 at bSIDE6 Gallery, 528 E Burnside, Portland, OR.
The series, “Intimacy Gradient”, l-r The Living Room, The Bedroom, The Dining Room (scroll down in blog to see), will be on view along with Brendan Coughlin's series, “From Such Great Heights” for their first time in Portland, OR.

Above: Final two images by photographer Christine Taylor showing in ‘Body Building’ tomorrow 7 - 10 at bSIDE6 Gallery, 528 E Burnside, Portland, OR.

The series, “Intimacy Gradient”, l-r The Living Room, The Bedroom, The Dining Room (scroll down in blog to see), will be on view along with Brendan Coughlin's series, “From Such Great Heights” for their first time in Portland, OR.

Why 21+ on Reception Night?

Our sincere apologies to all of the families out there.  The reason why ‘Body Building’ is 21+ has to do with resources. 


In order to have House Spirits Distillery serve cocktails, we needed to have a way to keep better track of our audience and with only a handful of people on the team it was a hard decision, but we decided to make it mandatory to show I.D. upon entry rather than do a wrist band alternative.


Its our hope that all of you with families can have a parent night out on the town and include us on your list of places to stop by!

There are many fantastic restaurants near the bSIDE6 Building including Biwa, Farm, Le Pigeon, Rontoms, Sizzle Pie, Doug Fir and more. Make a night of it!

A peek at designs by Emily Ryan.