Aggregate Space Gallery

801 West Grand Avenue
Entrance on West Street
Oakland CA 94607

April 11th, 1954

The Most Boring Day in History

4 April - 3 May 2014

In late 2010, programmer William Tunstall-Pedoe determined the most boring day since 1900 to be this titular day. His "True Knowledge" search engine used complex algorithms and the input of over 300 millions facts that made the news to find that "this particular day was extremely notable for having almost nothing happen."

Aggregate Space Gallery would like to celebrate this 60th anniversary by displaying work that doesn't attempt to create new inspiration so much as celebrate the inspiration found in the smallest and most overlooked places. Featuring work by Brent Cunningham, Josh Pieper, James Tantum, and Brian Wasson.

Opening Reception
4 April 6-10pm

Second Saturday Artist Talk
12 April 11am

First Friday Event
2 May 5-8pm

Featherboard Writing Series Reading and Reception
Featuring Writer-in-Residence RJ Ingram
3 May 5pm

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Gallery Hours
Saturdays 1-5pm
and by appointment

Aggregate Space Gallery is a warehouse and has a similar temperature to the outside; please dress accordingly.

Support for Aggregate Space Gallery is provided by Southern Exposure's Alternative Exposure Grant Program.

Image courtesy of Brent Cunningham