From a real body, which was there, proceed radiations which ultimately touch me, who am here; the duration of the transmission is insignificant; the photograph of the missing being...will touch me like the delayed rays of a star.
We are spatial beings; bodies in space. Our imaginings of space are informed by our spatial experiences here on earth. Our bodies have been intimate with earth; we understand it in profound ways. How will the human experience of outer space evolve as we venture further into new space, different space...a space we can only imagine?
Jane + Louise Wilson dwell on a secret ‘space space’; the abandoned power structures and apparatus of an early space training ground, Star City, USSR. Kristina Estell attempts to bridge a distance and place that is beyond human comprehension and suggests an intuitive way to comprehend the most remote of our human-made assemblages, Voyager One. David Bowen sets up robotic bodies programmed to track aging parts from other junked machine bodies. In Sunlight, Elizabeth Price suggests an ongoing history of power emanating from our singular, solar body and its affect on the female body in space.
All the works monitor bodies in space. They monitor the passing of time and the recording of great distances. Recalling places, objects and times that are gone or tied to us now by the most tenuous of threads...absent, abandoned or existing only in memory. The works suggest a repetition of recorded histories and traditional power structures. They remind us that once there was a race for space.
THIS FROM THERE | Opening Reception Saturday, Nov 7, 6-9 pm
November 7–December 5
CIRCA’s 25th anniversary juried exhibition featuring 25 Minnesota artists, with guest juror, Christopher Atkins, Curator of Exhibitions & Public Programs, Minnesota Museum of American Art. Enjoy complimentary beverages from some of our favorite MN breweries & wineries.
THIS FROM THERE Artists:
Rachel Breen, Priscilla Briggs, Carolina Brunet, Tara Costello, Kristina Estell, Alfonso Fernandez, Gregory Fitz, Lauren Flynn, Donny Gettinger, Lindsy Halleckson, Laura Hallen, Elysia Holland Michaelsen, James Holmberg, Larsen Husby, Mark Katz, Andrew Nordin, John Pearson, Ashely Peifer, Jason Ramey, Mark Rode, David Ruhlman, Lex Thompson, Kevin Weeden, Adam White, Jane Wunrow
I enjoy the work of this publication and am very excited to be featured in the current issue of Made in Mind Magazine. Read interviews from 5 artists and view a wide range of compelling projects in this issuu documentation.
HINGE ARTS RESIDENCY
Beginning May 3rd, I will be in residence at the Kirkbride State Hospital in Fergus Fall, MN. Excited to take on the sensitive challenge of creating work around the community history and the rich, sprawling architecture of the campus…