Saturday, April 8, 2017 - 6-9PM
April 8 - May 20
Unflinching facades explores the intersections of Carolina Borja and Jesse Matthew Petersen’s art. Both artists use layering and obfuscation in their process to convey larger concepts of manipulation and control. Collage, and multiple layers of alterations lend to a narrative of power structures and hidden agendas in both bodies of work.
WARM presents their Mentor/Protegee Show.
A Culmination of 2 Years of the Mentor-Protegee Program
-Show is open from 10/1/16-10/31/16
-Opening night celebration Oct. 8, 2016, from 5:30-8:30pm
-Artist Talks: Meet some of the Artists- Free & Open to the Public
October 13 6:30-8:30 p.m.
October 30 12:30 - 2:30 p.m.
WARM Exhibition: Quarter Gallery, September 20 – October 1, 2016
Artist Talks and Reception Sat. Sept. 24, 1-3 pm
Gallery hours: 11 am to 7 pm, Tuesday through Saturday
Cost: Free and open to the public
Main Women and Money Exhibition:
Katherine E. Nash Gallery, September 6 – December 10, 2016
There is a special exhibition in the Quarter Gallery by the 2015-16 WARM Mentors and Protégées as part of the larger Women and Money Project. This group exhibition considers women's' relationships to money and serves as additional commentary to the main exhibition in the Katherine E. Nash Gallery.
Artist talks by Kat Corrigan, Lisa Pemrick, Claudia Poser, Deb Ripp, and Jantje Visscher will be held on Saturday, September 24th.
For additional information, see
WARM Artists in the Exhibition: Carolina Borja, Brenna Busse, Kat Corrigan, Michele Combs, Lisa Fratzke, Carolyn Halliday, Annie Hejny, Anne Kramer, Brenda Litman, Layl McDill, Tina Nemetz, Catherine Palmer, Lisa Pemrick, Claudia Poser, Roxanne Richards, Deb Ripp, Karen Searle, Linda Snouffer, Marcie Soderman, Kate Vinson, Jantje Visscher, Jill Waterhouse
The Women and Money Project is investigating the relationship between women and money through a contemporary lens, exhibition posits questions and initiates visual and verbal dialogue regarding economics, of which money is a by-product, a construct, and a human creation.
For the whole list of events click here http://z.umn.edu/14tl
Solo Show at The White Page Gallery.
3400 Cedar Ave
Saturday - Monday (while exhibitions are up)
1PM - 5PM
OR BY APPOINTMENT
Transplanting Cityscapes is my first solo exhibition. This mobile installation reflects on the idea that individuals fluctuate from city to city. Individuals group into organisms, forming part of ideal communities. These communities grow, but reality is always a distortion compared to idealization.
Nowadays we choose and seek our own ecosystems, and we are inspired by how they might look and what they represent. We arrange ourselves like plants on display, showing our possibility to blossom. We stand straight in an attempt to reflect what we wish we were. We transplant from one pot to another, dreaming to grow roots in the right place. We are affected by all and nothing. It is still water, light and air we really need to be alive.
This body of work has been realized through my residency at The White Page. I was able to experiment with space and mobility of artworks while using materials such as concrete, paper and plants.