|Moving June 1 – July 1, 2022 Curator: Tobias Fike|
Chris Kallmyer Alistair McClymont
Ricardo Iamuuri Robinson ___________
|In “Moving” curated by Tobias Fike, artists examine art’s ability to affect us, cross space, and flow through time. Using a wide variety of visual and auditory modalities, the viewer is transported to intensely intimate moments that hold the power to disconcert or entice. “Moving” invites us to look more closely, to reconsider the context of the places we inhabit, and to give attention to the overlooked moments that make up our everyday lives.|
Sophie Clements – London, England, United Kingdom
Sophie Clements’ work ranges from solo gallery works to large-scale installations, set design and projection works in collaboration with experimental composers and musicians. Often characterized by an attempt to capture an ephemeral and elusive moment, Sophie produces temporal sculptures that explore and question the futility in our attempts to control change and delay the inevitable.
Donna Conlon – Panama City, Panama
Donna Conlon’s work is a socio-archaeological inquiry into my immediate surroundings. She observes details in her local environment and daily life, and then focus on them in ways that reveal the idiosyncrasies of human nature and the contradictions inherent to our contemporary lifestyle.
April Dauscha – Greenville, South Carolina, USA
April Dauscha’s work uses her body and personal narrative to investigate ideas of loss, death, and separation. As an artist, she is influenced by costume history, traditional Catholic rituals, Victorian literature, and the history of early photography. She is interested in questions of morality, transformation, penance, and communication through dress. Handmade objects and her own body become props for fictional rituals captured through intimate, voyeuristic, and documentary-style videos, photographs, and animations.
Andy DuCett – Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Andy DuCett’s artistic approaches span many disciplines in both studio and client based environments. He’s interested in the slippage that re-contextualization of images and experiences offers — going from familiar to unfamiliar, easy to complicated.
Chris Kallmyer – Los Angeles, California, USA
Chris Kallmyer is an artist that creates collective experiences with music, art, and design. The work is driven by his interest in the perception of community, listening, landscape, and embodied experience.
Alistair McClymont – Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Alistair McClymont is an artist working across a broad range of materials and methods. His work is a continuing process of discovery and experimentation, each piece follows the last in a continual journey of investigation into cultural and physical phenomena.
Ricardo Iamuuri Robinson – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Ricardo iamuuri Robinson is an interdisciplinary conceptual sound recordist, composer, and visual artist whose work explores acoustic ecologies: a discipline studying the relationship between human beings and their environment, mediated through sound. His work activates and responds to his own personal mantra, “The listener is always the composer.” Packed in this statement is an expansive truth – humans, across time and space, encounter sound through bias filtrations. Humans navigate the world and its multifaceted harmonics as who they are; through their experiences and their geographies. Sound is site-specific, yet world-trekking; it is planetary – if not experienced through the ear, then through the hum and resonance in the body.
Tobias Fike – Denver, CO
Tobias Fike, who works in Denver, CO, is an interdisciplinary, contemporary artist. The form of his work is incredibly varied and he approaches a range of concepts, from his personal experiences of family, place, and grief, to humankind’s temporal relationship with the universe and observations of time.