Women and Their Work
January 23 - March 3, 2016
An exhibition of video, sculpture, motorized lasers (!!!) and photography by Austin-based artist Sally Weber. The exhibition is inspired by the Archimedes Palimpsest, "a 13th century codex in which 10th century Greek translations of Archimedes' geometric proofs were overwritten with Orthodox Christian prayers." We don't know how that relates to lasers, but we'd love to find out.
An artist talk by Judy Jensen. She will be speaking about her recent endeavor of making and donating paintings on glass to a Buddhist temple in...Read More
In conjunction with PrintAustin, Houston-based artist Ann ‘Sole Sister’ Johnson presents a pop-up exhibition and discussion about her experimental printmaking process– including intaglio on feathers...Read More
High art and low architecture intermingle in artist Sara Frantz’s exploration of contemporary built environments.
Brister’s organic and staged photographs question the nature of sculpture, performance, and portraiture. Both humorous and melancholic, these images emphasize the gap between the natural...Read More
Scale model grass and trees tumble forth from familiar objects: a forest resides within a soap dispenser or a tube of toothpaste.
Georgiou’s videos and photographs exploit and explore femininity and a desire to document beauty. They investigate the psychological effect of pop culture and social media...Read More
Andea’s site-specific installations are constructed primarily of light and plastics.
A two day trunk show for valentine’s day featuring Rachel Roberts from noon to 3pm.
Panelists will discuss how artists, scientists, writers, and other change agents can help educate and modify behavior in response to climate change.
Lanina employs surreal imagery to elicit feelings of uneasiness and empathy. She paints and collages characters that come to life through mechanization, animation, and music.
Leigh Merrill digitally constructs prints and videos of imaginary but familiar places. Dallas based artist Leigh Merrill will speak at the opening.
Women and their Work present the third installment of Stop & Go, a touring screening series in which established filmmakers and visual artists unveil their...Read More
Erika Blumenfeld creates a new installation inspired by her Wildfire series, that incorporates photographs, charred debris collected from recent wildfires across the Southwest, desert sand,...Read More
During Erika Blumenfeld’s residency in Antarctica she initiated her work The Polar Project, documenting the atmospheric phenomena that occur on the ice continent, from the...Read More
Falling Hive is a huge tent-inspired communal space based on a childhood dream that Monica Vidal had of a world saturated in blue....Read More