Exhibitions


Upcoming

Jan 30 – Mar 27
2021

Will Wilson: AIR / Survey

Through photography, installation, and performance, Will Wilson’s work addresses the balance required to maintain the lands in the southwestern United States, and the implications of our failure to do so.

Jan 30 – Mar 27
2021

Jan 30 – Mar 27
2021

Luiz Roque: República

Luiz Roque’s evocative work takes the form of beautiful and potent filmic vignettes that contend with some of the most pressing and charged issues of contemporary life.

Feb 5 – Mar 27
2021

Past

artwork related to exhibition

Grasping fragments, or otherwise calculating distance

In this exhibition, four artists present work investigating issues surrounding women’s rights in Iran, diasporic experience, censorship, technology, war, and dislocation of the self.

Jan 24 – Mar 6
2020

Visual Arts Center

artwork by Carmen Argote

Carmen Argote: Me At Market

Hinging on corporeal processing of the spaces she inhabits, Carmen Argote's multidisciplinary practice draws upon her immediate environment and its connection to systems of labor and consumption.

Jan 24 – Mar 6
2020

Visual Arts Center

artwork by Lisa Lapinski

Lisa Lapinski: Drunk Hawking

Lisa Lapinski's indelible practice is informed by a wide-ranging cultural milieu that juxtaposes imagery from popular culture with forms taken from graphics, turn-of-the-century advertisements, and religious symbols.

Jan 24 – Mar 6
2020

Visual Arts Center

artwork by Juan Pablo Gonzalez

Juan Pablo González: Cómo hago para recordar / What I do to remember

Juan Pablo González’s films are poetic and atmospheric portrayals of everyday life within central Mexico where he was born and raised.

Jan 24 – Mar 6
2020

Visual Arts Center

Bethany Johnson We Live on a Planet is illustrated here with a landscape that is created through ink and paper clippings The piece is demonstrating a bright yellow background that is slowly dissolving into a more stark image

Bethany Johnson: We Live on a Planet

In her collage series, We Live on a Planet (2018-2019), Bethany Johnson layers clippings from the pages of nature magazines, science textbooks, atlases, graph paper notebooks and security envelopes, meditating on graphic representations of the natural world.

Oct 3
2019 –
Jan 25
2020

Courtyard Gallery

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