Upcoming Exhibitions & Events

Mat Glenn & Lucas Glenn: My Horse Was Hit By Lightning

The work of Mat Glenn and Lucas Glenn explores the ambiguous nature of ecology. It explores the scary and unknown future that faces human and non-humankind. The artists intervene in the lives of found objects and digital materials. With their help the artists create multimedia installations, sculptures, and new media works. Often using difficult vocabularies….

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Holly Ward: humynatur3

September 20 – November 2 humynatur3 explores the dissolution of Nature/Culture distinctions as emergent in the Anthropocene, a new geological era wherein human activity has influenced the course of all non-human systems, towards unprecedented outcomes.  In this context, hierarchical classifications distinguishing between biological organisms, environmental processes and ‘animal’ vs. human pursuits are dissolved, creating the ‘Terra…

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Ryan! Feddersen: Seeking Visions for a Better World

Seeking Visions for a Better World is a call for images and aspirational sentiments that invoke constructive visions of the future to counterbalance the preponderance of dystopic visions presented in pop-culture, literature, and media. Inspired by traditional pictographs and contemporary graffiti culture, this collection of visions creates space for a dialogue where we can build on…

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Ian Johnston’s Fine Line: Check Check – March 15 to April 27, 2019

(Video still from Fine Line: Check Check, courtesy of the artist, 2019) March 15 to April 27, 2019 Fine Line: Check Check  Ian Johnston Opening Reception and Artist Talk: Friday, March 15, 6-8: 30 pm (Artist talk at 8 pm) The Fine Line series marks a shift in Ian Johnston’s artistic practice from a focus…

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