November 28, 2010
Brendan Wells – “Records, Rubber Bands, and a Sheet”
BFA and Honors show from a graduating Intermedia student. Displaying the three latest releases of conceptual 7″s on Brendan Records, plus two sculptures.
Seashia Vang – “Ethnographic Entertainment: The Performance of Identity.”
Graduating X credits short of a BFA in Printmaking but having a show anyway. Showing prints, videos, and a multimedia performance piece at 8:30.
Peter Tomka – “10 mas 4”
Spanish language student displaying polaroid photos documenting a year’s experiences, including earthquakes, in Chile.
Art up all week at Public Space One starting this Monday
Mon 10-2 PM
Tues 6-8 PM
Thu 9-11 AM
Sat 2-4 PM
or by appointment:
November 9, 2010
“Unexploded ordnance (or UXOs) are explosive weapons that did not explode when they were employed and still pose a risk of detonation, potentially many decades after they were used or discarded.” -wikipedia
“Blood, guts, sex & danger, I wanna be an airborne ranger…”
Jesse Albrecht presents an installation with bronze, combat paper prints and castings, ceramics, photographs, drawings, and found objects that weave together a personal story of war and peace. In his words: “The First and Second World Wars and Vietnam invited me to Iraq. Going to war is the easy part, the coming home is hard. The military was my religion corrupted by civilian politicians and I struggle to reconcile the the war experience and my choice to leave the military.”