Spring Break Colorado is an exhibition featuring artists who identify as being from Colorado. Pieces in the exhibition explore Colorado, as a subject of interrogation, a context of shared experiences as well as a site of nostalgia and personality formation.
Two weeks in Buenos Aires inspired the conception of Memory Under Construction. During their trip to the political and creative center of Argentina, the artists examined the collaborative reactions of Argentine artists to the years of dictatorship under the military regime of the 1970s and ‘80s.
Artists Aaron Kissman, Samira Hashemi, Chandler Holmes, and Patrick Santos explore themes surrounding family, relationships, desire, sexuality, luck, and the (un)familiar place through individual explorations and discourses.
Exploring the interpersonal mechanisms that afflict personal agency and examining the hyper-sexuality engendered within American consumer culture, A Queery for Your Vastness delves into the concept of the body as a transparent container into which viewers may insert themselves.
Does the body end at the skin? What is at stake when one disrobes him/herself? What does an individual's embarrassment reveal about us? The works on display will attempt to address these questions.
A woman wielding a machete that cuts through an overgrown field of abstract splashes of paint and colors; figurative and nonfigurative depictions of cracked surfaces with drippy strokes; voluptuous clouds; fireworks; a figure in a heavy downpour of paint; a couple’s electrifying embrace; a dog and a bird sitting by a telephone waiting for a call; mystifying silhouettes hanging inside a tent; and a father recalling his Malaysian childhood.