Oct
5
to Nov 17

Accumulating Interiors

Accumulating Interiors

Vanessa Diaz and Tyanna Buie

Curated by John Loscuito and Anica Sturdivant

 

Thursday, October 6

Artists’ Gallery Talk at 5pm with a reception to follow until 7pm

As part of the Currents Series, Vanessa Diaz (South Florida) and Tyanna Buie (Detroit, Michigan) were invited to collaborate for the first time on a site-specific installation. Diaz’s found furniture constructions and Buie’s large-scale prints are combined to create fragmented interior spaces for the viewer to explore. Childhood memories and dreams are recalled as the artists reflect on family and architectural spaces.

Sponsored by Gene and Lee Seidler and the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.

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Aug
18
to Dec 7

Windgate Fellow: Visiting Artist in Residence UW Madison

Guest artist in residence for the Fall semester at the University of Wisconsin. This residency focuses on developing new work in a semi-public setting to facilitate regular interactions with the current graduate students in the MFA program. Over the 4 month duration of the residency: I will be making new work, researching, participating in critiques, working independently with interested students, developing a solo exhibition and becoming immersed in the UW art community.

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Jan
29
to Mar 30

The Possibility of an Exit

Opening Preview January 29, 2016 at 6-9 pm

529 NW 1st Ave, Fort Lauderdale Located in the Fat Village Arts District

The Possibility of an Exit is an immersive installation experience, which invites the viewer to consider a precarious and unlikely path of escape through a volatile hanging obstacle course. This site-specific work utilizes salvaged items cleared from buildings before demolition, architectural elements, fencing, discarded tarps, window blinds, lighting fixtures….  altogether spanning across the structural ceiling supports to form a series of connecting pathways.

 

 

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Jun
20
to Sep 7

Florida Prize in Contemporary Art

The Orlando Museum of  Art

'These artists work in a wide array of artistic practices, often combining media and materials in inventive ways. Many are creating work from reclaimed materials and imagery appropriated from historic and popular culture. The diversity of the work seen in the Florida Prize in Contemporary Art reflects the dynamic and challenging nature of art today.'

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