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Jason Andrew Turner Presents: The “Pilgrim Particle Integrator,” Opening Tuesday 10/1 at #ArtAtMission

September 27, 2019

Streets Dept and Mission Taqueria are excited to announce​ #ArtAtMission’s Fall 2019 exhibition: Pilgrim Particle Integrator by artist Jason Andrew Turner!

So what IS the Pilgrim Particle Integrator?… Is it a mural? A piece of sculpture!? Is it interactive!?! Is it alive?!?! The artist explains: “I have crated a machine that allows you to travel thru perceptions of reality, to reach transcendence through a doorway in time and space.”

An Alabama born artist currently based in Brooklyn, Jason Andrew Turner lived in Philly for about a decade as he grew his art practice. Many of y’all might have seen his largest piece of public art to-date, this new mural off Frankford avenue in Fishtown.

Jason’s work uses drawing and painting to explore the concepts of time, landscape, and shared consciousness: “I create obsessive compulsive environments from my own experience, referencing the self-examination of colorfield painting alongside the modern information age.”

JOIN US for the opening THIS Tuesday!

Pilgrim Particle Integrator by Jason Andrew Turner
WHEN: Tuesday, October 1st from 5:30-7:30pm (free)
WHERE: Mission Taqueria, 1516 Sansom Street
HASHTAG: #ArtAtMission
**Small bites will be provided**

Hope to see you there!

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Art at Mission​ is a new arts project that’s transforming Mission Taqueria’s courtyard into a rotating outdoor arts space. Curated by StreetsDept.com’s founder Conrad Benner, we aim to use the space to highlight the work of artists that create in the public space! Exhibitions rotate quarterly.

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