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An exhibition of works by writer, curator, and artist Noah Simblist telling the parafictional history of a small American town–a mix of colonial histories, holy […]
Videos from Sortor’s Hive series and new, excessively long prints on vintage seismic graph paper from the Los Alamos Laboratory.
San Francisco-based artist Jennie Ottingeris is out to save the U.S. Postal Service and the endangered mode of written communication. The show features postcards with […]
A large photomural of a domestic interior by Paho Mann, who teaches photography at UNT.
Book trades, micro readings and conversation.
A graphic novel that represents the completion of a decade-long obsession and houses a dozen separate publications, printed and hand bound using a variety of techniques.
An exhibition presented by the collective (wo)manorial. The title is taken from Virginia Woolf’s The Modern Essay and addresses doubts and beliefs, searches and frustrations.
Work about words, objects and architecture with ideas about work and how art is commodified.
Asteroid Belt of Trash Blocking Transmissions of Love: a project by The Art Foundation for The Texas Biennial 2013
Drawing inspiration and content from Jonathan Lethem’s novel Chronic City, The Art Foundation will create a series of broadsides that will be layered graffiti style […]
Photography, video and sculpture, make subtle connections between fishing, weather, food preparation, philosophy and artistic endeavors.
New drawings and related material explore the idea of how we acquire knowledge and the diverse sources, visual and textual, we learn from. Thornton lives […]
Gortemiller lives and works in Atlanta, where he “mines the Janus faced elements of photography”, including alleged objectivity, context, and staged versus spontaneous events which […]
Using three separate phone numbers which will be posted in diverse geographic locations of the city, Pierce, co-founder of the experimental art collective Homecoming!, will […]
Slightly absurd sculpture and confused signage. Flirting with both failure and disruption, an obsession with wordplay and arcane logic gently nudges these reluctant forms into […]
This project by Dallas artist Janeil Engelstad investigates and documents alternative, sustainable and off-the-grid farming and ranching in Texas. There will be special demonstrations in […]
Collage, drawings, a publication and website dealing with the problematics and complexities of representation and the creative process by establishing relationships/harmonies and dis-harmonies between concurrent […]
A short musical program of American Revolutionary era songs and action rhymes at 4:30 performed by The Yankee Doodles featuring John Dufilho on drums and […]
Work from Cusick’s “Wave” series comprised of map fragments as well as the “Sirens”, which use imagery derived from vintage travel postcards.
Andrew Jordan Miller and Jonathan Jackson are anteroom, a performance duo interested in the nurturing and delivery of text-based scores. Compositions by Martin Back, Adam […]
Mecklenburger’s work investigates American culture and various market functions and transactions, via video, sculpture, prints and a live eBay auction. During an election year and […]
Goldman creates videos, drawings and songs that enact dialogues between brilliant animals, canonical authors, children’s choirs, ideological bodies and other doppelgangers. TRR will present a […]
Falsetta’s index cards date back to the 1980’s, describing his works in detail: dimensions, materials, when the canvas was stretched, then title and any dedication. […]
Carter’s work investigates human gesture in its myriad forms through drawing, video and sculpture. Humor and intellect are entwined and the familiar is often embedded […]
MacWithey’s practice almost always incorporated dense, handwritten text. how it is the dead man suffers the loss of his loved ones, a large, three-panel drawing […]
Brooklyn-based Keri Oldham’s pieces in this exhibition are the fade-out “end scenes” from various films, re-imagined and used to examine endings on a personal level. […]
The Reading Room‘s Bloomsday celebration begins at 6 with a screening of Harrell Fletcher’s Blot Out the Sun in which a very condensed version Ulysses […]
The Reading Room presents Summer Group Show: Ann Glazer an exhibition centered on a narrative about building a body of work, showing in a gallery […]
The Reading Room will open the installation, Dead men are heavier than broken hearts, by artist and University of North Texas New Media assistant professor […]
The title- Lecture I: It’s All About Tradition! – is taken from a phrase found on posters displayed in shop windows throughout the neighborhood of […]
Amy Revier spent nine months of 2010 in Iceland on a Fulbright fellowship. Her most recent body of work, A Quiet Root May Know How […]
Come hungry to the Reading Room’s one night happening focusing on food, community and play. Participating artists in Tasteful contribute edible sculptures for a community […]