The Power Station
Smith’s work seems innocuous: tool parts and animal parts in a spare installation throughout the gallery read as remnants and remains.
This is the first meeting of reading group: “artificial M.F.A.” The group will read and meet to discuss classic and recent texts on art’s potential to […]
Collages of Mexican newspapers, a cold-war era films screening, and ceramic sculpture by red-hot LA art phenom.
The Power Station presents Amarillo Entropy, an exhibition comprised of artworks, artifacts, ephemera, screenings, and discussions, with Amarillo, Texas at its center. Using Robert Smithson’s writings […]
A self-circulating water system and subsystems, suspended skins of cement, papier machéd lanterns, environmental sound, live and recorded performance, animations, lost cats and Dead Horse […]
New York-based artist Charles Mayton is a conceptual painter whose practice is at once object-oriented and theoretical. His paintings are witty and physically sumptuous “allegories […]
Art space The Power Station is hosting an all-ages art-making event featuring an interactive, freeform booklet activity designed by Oil and Cotton. Visitors Also, an […]
Paintings cut up and re-assembled to resemble different architectural tropes.
The final act of The Power Station’s survey the history of video art in four nights: each screening will explore a different decade in the […]
Act 3 of The Power Station’s survey the history of video art in four nights: each screening will explore a different decade in the history […]
Beginning with films and videos from the 1970s, The Power Station will survey the history of video art in four nights: each screening will explore […]
Four Nights, Four Decades Video Series: Building a Better Machine: Moving Image Works From The 1970s
The Power Station’s survey of video art begins with films and videos from the 1970s. Four Dallas area art professors are each curating one night […]
Jacob Kassay is an emerging contemporary American artist whose practice includes painting, sculpture, site-specific installation and video.
Drawing on her upbringing in rural Tennessee, Overton uses ratchet straps, timber, ladders, commercial grade lighting and electrical fittings, as materials for intuitive sculptural arrangements.