323 Projects Presents “You’ve Got Problems? We’ve Got Solutions.” By [name]

323 Projects is pleased to present You’ve Got Problems? We’ve Got Solutions., an exhibition that presents a practical guide for enlightened living. Overwhelmed by anxiety? Have trouble sleeping? Plagued by doubt?  Trapped in old and destructive patterns? We’ve got you covered. Tune in each day throughout the duration of the exhibition for a new inspirational message designed to eradicate those demons, kick start the healing process and set you on the fast track to transformation.

One life-changing solution a day, free of charge. Don’t wait, call today!

[name] is a curatorial collective dedicated to the optimal channeling of auspicious energies in any and all available circumstances. Its members include Spencer Douglass, Holly Myers, Paul Pescador, Catherine Taft, Mathew Timmons, Matt Wardell, and Kate Wolf.

323 Projects invites you to experience You’ve Got Problems? We’ve Got Solutions. by calling (323) 843-4652 or (323) TIE-IN-LA. The show is open all day and all night, every day of the week.

ABOUT [name]

Spencer Douglass is a Los Angeles based artist and curator. His work which primarily focuses on video and installation has been recetly exhibited at the Salt Lake Art Center, Kavi Gupta Gallery Berlin, Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum and the Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena.  Select Curatorial endeavors have included The Mystics Circle at Human Resources, Doctor Zomb at Glendale College, The Sundowners at The Happy Lion and Kleveland at Bonelli Contemporary.

Holly Myers is a writer, art critic, and independent curator. Her art writing appears regularly in the Los Angeles Times and Art Review magazine. Her writing has also appeared in Art + Auction, X-TRA, LA Weekly, the New York Times, Art News, and Art Issues, as well as in numerous exhibition catalogues, most recently a monograph on the photographer Uta Barth. Her short stories have been published in ZYZZYVA and Joyland.

Paul Pescador s a Los Angeles based artist and art organizer. He co-directs workspace, a project space located in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles. workspace focuses on emerging artists, curators, and writers who develop site-specific installations, exhibitions and events. Pescador has also most recently organized Crying over Spilled Milk, a performance event at Human Resources, Los Angeles, Hollowing, a group exhibition at Infernoesque, Berlin, and co-orgaznied the Elysian Park Visitors Center at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles,

Catherine Taft is a Los Angeles based critic and curator. She is a regular contributor to Artforum International and her writing has appeared in Modern Painters, ArtReview, Metropolis-MKaleidoscope and exhibition catalogs in the U.S. and abroad. Taft is also Curatorial Associate in the department of Architecture and Contemporary Art the Getty Research Institute, where she helped organize the exhibition California Video (2008) and is currently working on a large scale research initiative and exhibition Pacific Standard Time: Art in Los Angeles 1945-1980 (Fall 2011).

Mathew Timmons works include The New Poetics (Les Figues Press), Sound Noise (Little Red Leaves), The Archanoids (a cd of solo and collaborative sound poetries), CREDIT (Blanc Press) and Lip Service (Slack Buddha). His visual and performance work has been shown at (323) Projects, LACE, Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, CCA, Outpost for Contemporary Art, ArtSpeak Vancouver, LACMA, UCLA Hammer Museum, and as part of ArtLA. Mathew works as the General Director of General Projects, editor of Insert Press, Los Angeles editor of Joyland, Co-Host of LA-Lit 2005-2009, and has curated events, readings and ephemeral art shows for Beyond Baroque, Betalevel, workspace, and REDCAT. His writing may be found in various journals including P-Queue, Flim Forum, The Physical Poets, Out of Nothing, Mammut, Area Sneaks, Try, Or, Emohippus, Luvina, and The Encyclopedia Project. His critical art writing may be found in Artweek, Artillery, ArtSlant, The Magazine and X-TRA.

Matt Wardell is an artist, curator, and collaborator living in Los Angeles.  Wardell has exhibited in the United States and Mexico including SFMOMA, LACE, REDCAT, PØST, Claremont Museum of Art, Black Dragon Society, Mark Moore Gallery.  Wardell is a founding member of the artist collective 10lb Ape (Ten Pound Ape).  Wardell is currently working on a series of exhibitions, events, and public interventions exploring the San Francisco Suicide Club and the Cacophony Society.

Kate Wolf is a writer in Los Angeles. Her articles and reviews have appeared in such publications as the LA Weekly, Bookforum, Bidoun and Artslant. Along with Nikki Darling, she programs the monthly, Five Points Reading series at workspace in Lincoln Heights.


323 Projects is an innovative exhibition space that exists as a phone number that visitors can call to access contemporary art. To visit 323 Projects simply call (323) 843-4652 or (323) TIE-IN-LA. You can also visit the 323 Projects website at 323projects.com.

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.

Tucker Neel is the Founder and Director of 323 Projects.


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