November 1 - December 13, 2014
The exhibition depicts both observational and visionary illustration in order to conjure images of mankind’s eventual doom. Curated by Heyd Fontenot, artists include Simeen Farhat, Annabel Daou, Thor Johnson, El Franco Lee, Joachim West, David Quadrini, Clay Stinett, Trenton Doyle Hancock and Alex Paulus.
CentralTrak, The University of Texas at Dallas Artists Residency, presents a new exhibition entitled Glitch. This video exhibition highlights work by Vjanomolee, Jon Cates, Paul […]
CentralTrak, The University of Texas at Dallas Artists Residency, features a new exhibition highlighting artists whose work takes the idea of documentation as a starting […]
CentralTrak, The University of Texas at Dallas’ Artists Residency, presents a new exhibition by artist Martin Gerwers, The Matter of Matter. UT Dallas graduate student […]
CentralTrak, the University of Texas at Dallas’ Artists Residency, celebrates the Mexican Bicentennial with an exhibition of work by Ruben Nieto, a current artist in […]
The Non-Profit Margin exhibition at CentralTrak, the University of Texas at Dallas’ Artists Residency, addresses the current economic crisis through the works displayed in the […]
Russell Buchanan and Sunny Sliger, Gary Cunningham and Gabriel Dawe, Sharon Odum and James Gilbert are all included in the exhibition Transitive Pairings: Body Object at […]
Wonderfully quirky and dark, don’t miss States of Exception, which is explores Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben‘s writings about government, torture, prisoner interrogation and more!!
Centraltrak opens their fall season with three concurrent exhibitions, featuring work by former Centraltrak artist Peter Barrickman, Dallas-based artist Mary Benedicto, and New York-based Keri […]
Check out work by Yelizaveta Nersesova, Unit 5 resident at Centraltrak.
Current UTD Arts and Technology PhD candidate Robert Flowers has been making films and videos since 1985. This current showing features a collection of five […]
Artist in residence Edward Setina presents his newest project, which references the energy that makes up 95% of the universe.
"Thor Johnson’s interactive video installation detects light, motion and audio levels to generate images and sound. The participants experience the archetypes of the collective unconscious […]
"Argentine artist in residence Florencia Levy returns to Centraltrak for an exhibition of her project based on highway commutes within the Metroplex. Levy documented the […]
Centraltrak presents Associate Professor Frank Dufour’s Highest Fidelity: I Am A Sound Technician. "Inspired by childhood experiences in the southern part of Paris, Dufour transforms […]
This exhibit aims to "push pink from the subversive to the hyperreal. Artists enlist pink materials to the hilt while straddling the line between high […]
If you’ve ever wondered what it’d be like to be accosted by customs officers or the border patrol, where here’s your chance to find out! […]
In the main space Centraltrak offers up work by well-known sculptor Faith Gay (shown) and painter Ruben Nieto.
Check out Laray Polk‘s installation in the Unit 9 and Corridor Spaces at Centraltrak. If you like what you see, head over to The MAC […]
Lanie DeLay, Peter Ligon, Jim Malone, Lisa Nersesova, Mark Schatz, and Mike Westfried are all participating artists in Geomorph, and have each reinvented what a […]
Centraltrak director Dr. Charissa N. Terranova will wear one of Sliger’s pieces during the opening reception. Based on what we know of Seliger’s work, with […]
Curated by UTD grad Mary Benedicto, ech_o features video work by twenty artists, including and/or gallery‘s Paul Slocum and UNT prof Max Kazemzadeh. Be sure […]
Everyone loves an inaugural exhibition, and this should be a good one!! Check out UTD’s first show in their new Artists Residency exhibition space in […]