Ground Control

January 11, 2011 at 11:36 am (Uncategorized)

I curated the Visual and Critical Studies Department senior show! It opens today at the Westside Gallery, 133/141 W21st Street. It’s up until February 5th.

My favorite thing about the show is how varied and different each of the works are. You can really see the individual ideas and personalities of the artists come through in the different pieces. There’s sculpture, printmaking, video, installation, sound, artists’ books, and more, all in this one exhibit. And yet somehow – miraculously! – it’s a really coherent show.

Here’s a few pics from installation and the finished show. Hopefully, I’ll take a few shots at the opening tonight as well.

From top to bottom, that’s: Courtney Linderman installing her flag, Shellyne Rodriguez installing her etchings, Tess Lundgardh’s books on pedestals, Kelly Cabezas’ wall/video installation, a closeup of one of Shellyne’s prints, and an installation view of Courtney’s flag. There’s TONS more work too!!! I don’t take very good pictures.

 

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