"A Bigger Plan" is a two-part solo exhibition of Euan MacDonald, a Los Angeles-based artist whose works span a wide range of artistic disciplines, from video to painting.
The first part of the exhibition, "Side B," is on view July 28 through Sept. 1, and the second part, "Side A," is on view Sept. 15 through Dec. 1.
"Side B" marks the first survey of MacDonald’s videos and includes formative and groundbreaking works that explore the dynamics of change and the effects of time, sound, duration and chance on pictorial and social conditions.
The second part of the exhibition, "Side A," features an immersive video installation that layers pre-psychedelic patterning from the end pages of 18th, 19th and early 20th century books from the open stacks of ASU Hayden Library.
Supported by the Helme Prinzen Endowment, Canada Council for the Arts and ASU Design and the Arts Library.
Image credit: Euan MacDonald, “Untitled (End Pages),” 2018. Artist’s proposal for an immersive video installation. Courtesy of the artist.