Nov 12

The Border Crossed Me

Opening Reception: Thursday, October 13, 6-9pm

Curated by Esperanza Cortés

The Border Crossed Me features the work of women artists considering the emotional, psychological and physiological effects of immigration and migration due to political upheaval, religious intolerance, armed conflicts, land grabs and dispossession. The exhibition will tackle the disempowerment of the individual, family and culture that occurs over these political borders.

Artists include Blanka Amezkua, Dina Bursztyn, Alva Calymayor, Patricia Cazorla, Ada Cruz, Maria Dominguez, Miriam HernandezAntonia Perez, Nitza Tufiño, Mary Valverde, Catalina Viejo.



Dec 17

the real-fake.org.02

Claudia Hart, More Food for Children, from the series "The Real and the Fake," 2011

Claudia Hart, More Food for Children, from the series "The Real and the Fake," 2011

Opening Reception: November 19, 4-7pm

Curated by Rachel Clarke, Claudia Hart, and Pat Reynolds

the real-fake.org.02 presents approaches employed by artists exploring artificial xyz space, the non-referenced synthetic image or object, and the specific qualities of the virtual camera that records it. The artists all use 3D software to create work ranging from the still image to animation and interactive installation.

Artists include Morehshin Allahyari, LaTurbo Avedon, Gregory Bennett, Tim Berresheim, Sean Capone, Jose Carlos Casado, Rachel Clarke, Birch Cooper, Gero Doll, Mark Dorf, Carolyn Frischling, Claudia Hart, Kurt Hentschlager, Mark Klink, Alex Lee, Patrick Lichty, Kristin Lucas, Sara Ludy, Gerhard Mantz, Chris Manzione, Claudia Mate, Vince McKelvie, Alex McLeod, Shane Mecklenburger, Rosa Menkman, Jonathan Monaghan, Brenna Murphy, Eva Papamargariti, Will Pappenheimer, Sabrina Ratte, Michael Rees, Pat Reynolds, Bunny Rogers, Nicole Ruggiero, Alfredo Salazar-Caro, Rick Silva, Katie Torn, Matthew Weinstein, Ryan Whittier-Hale, Frank Yefeng Wang, Snow Yunxue Fu, Giselle Zatonyl, Zeitguised