by Low-Commitment Projects

Date: March 17-April 5, 2012
Location: ii Gallery, 687 Auahi Street (next to R&D)
Hours: Thursday-Saturday 12:00-6:00 PM

Opening night: March 17, 1012
Time: 5:30 PM
Free, no RSVP

The duo behind Low-Commitment Projects, Brittany Powell and Tae Kitakata, work much like the Dada-ists and other art collectivists whose artistic practice embraces collaboration and a teasing of the everyday and the temporal. Though working in different states, the two bridge their aesthetic and conceptual interests through their website,

Roll-Up is the fourth collaboration of Low-Commitment Projects that ventures into the high-commitment, focusing on rolled paper as a medium. From grocery list to faux waterfall, this exhibition is a unique opportunity to experience the actual objects versus the virtual ones from their website.


Brittany Powell is an Oregon native who gave up horse training, personal assisting, and handing out samples of natural kitty litter to cut things out of paper, embroider SkyMall products into quilts, and build ceramic stumps. See her work at:

Tae Kitakata likes turning doodles into reality and is a self-proclaimed neat freak who used to work as a museum registrar. Her work varies between intricate paper word cut outs and brightly colored wall paintings spanning twenty feet.