Seditious Industrial Complex™ Licensing Office

July 31st  - August 30th, 2015
Opening Reception: Friday July 31st, 6–9 PM

Gallery Hours: Thursday - Saturday 2PM-7PM

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

Does the everyday rub you wrong? Do you feel alienated by societal structures? Are you uppity? You should act. Now.

In this day and age, however, it is important to be covered. If you've made a decision on a course of action, can you really afford not to have intellectual property law on your side?

Enter the Licensing Office. This summer—exclusively in San Antonio—Seditious Industrial Complex™ is piloting a new line of mutinous consumer goods from the SIC legal portfolio. Our Licensing Office will be open to the public at Sala Diaz™ storefront at 517 Stieren Street. Our licensing experts will be available to assist you with your authorizing needs from 2 – 7 PM, Thursday thru Saturday. Intensive presentations will be offered on July 31st & August 7th from 6 – 9 PM. 

You too can buy freedom at affordable prices! Take liberties and leave money! Support free enterprise! Repair America!

Curated by Hills Snyder.

 

ABOUT THE SEDITIOUS INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX

SIC is a multinational entity specializing in the methodical organization and repackaging of complex seditions into bite-size chunks that can be more easily digested by consumers at large. SIC goods are manufactured by the finest locally sourced artists from renewable materialism. Find out more at industrial-complex.com.

 

Sala Diaz, a 501(c) 3 exhibition space, is an experimental venue for contemporary art established in 1995.

Located in the heart of the Southtown Cultural Arts District, Sala Diaz provides a unique venue for the exhibition of new and challenging work, and fosters lasting exchange between our city and creative communities abroad. Housed in the same residential structure as the gallery, The Casa Chuck Arts Residency is an invitational program through which Sala Diaz provides critics, curators and writers a haven for varied creative pursuits. Initiated in 2011, the residency honors the legacy of visionary artist, arts advocate and bon vivant Chuck Ramirez who died the previous year. Official residents spend one month living in Ramirez’ former abode, exploring and interacting with the surrounding arts community. In between official residencies, Sala/Casa hosts a wide variety of arts professionals including critics, curators, musicians, scholars and visual artists. Sala Diaz is supported by fluent~collaborative and numerous private individuals.

 

SALA DIAZ  |  517 Stieren St.  |  San Antonio, TX 78210  |   972-900-0047  |