Department of Art and Art History Studio Art

"Ghost" by Jason Urban/ Printeresting Published in St. Louis Magazine

Fri. May 27, 2016

red book with gold print
Katherine Miller, "The Red Book," 2015, handbound book with monotype and gold leaf
Ghost, a one-night pop-up exhibit curated by artist Sage Dawson, explores the spectrum of meaning within that word, both in the execution of the show and with the work itself, with artists responding in myriad and complex ways. Kate McQuillen's Night House (above) will be represented by a fragment of Styrene, printed with glow-in-the-dark stars and galaxies, that McQuillen affixed to the facade of an Oak Park house for Chicago's 2015 Terrain Biennial. Like Night House, other works in the show are "a fragment of some other project," Dawson says. "Other pieces are in the show because they thematically speak to death or loss. There are a lot of objects in the show that are like artifacts, or they are artifacts; or they’re fragments or traces of something of a project previously done."

Christine Sun Kim featured in UPROXX

Thu. May 5, 2016


Woman sits by fountain

Christine Sun Kim discusses some of her sound projects with UPROXX.

Ghost exhibition based on publication by Jason Urban / Printeresting featured in St. Louis Magazine

Sat. April 30, 2016

book open on table with items next to it
Image courtesy of Leslie Mutchler and Jason Urban.

Ghost, a one-night exhibition, draws upon the publication of the same name produced by Jason Urban / Printeresting. The exhibition was featured by St. Louis Magazine.

Ryan Lauderdale presents work in group exhibition at Carroll/Fletcher

Mon. April 25, 2016

sculpture of metal and florescent light in gallery room
flora extrusion/funerary, 2016, rormica, wood, fluorescent light, glass, standoffs, extruded aluminum, hardware, vertical power strip, candle, long-stem rose, 70 x 4 8 x 36 inches. Image courtesy of the artist.

Ryan Lauderdale (B.F.A in Studio Art, B.A. in Art History, 2005) presents work in Dense Mesh, a group exhibition at Carroll/Fletcher in London. The exhibition will be on view April 14 – May 25, 2016.

Xochi Solis presents work in three person exhibition at MASS Gallery

Sat. June 4, 2016

collage of pink, gray, and yellow circular shapes
Image courtesy of the artist and Pele Prints.

Xochi Solis (B.F.A. in Studio Art, 2005) presents work in a three-person exhibition, Extended Technique, at MASS Gallery. The exhibition will be on view April 29 – June 4, 2016.

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