Drawing Resistance: A Travelling Political Art Show
Artists: Emily Abendroth, Freddie Baer, Diana Berek, Julie Beauchamp, Sue Simensky Bietila, Katie Bukart, Robbie Conal, Carlos Cortez, Eric Drooker, Kehben Grifter, Juan Manchu, Sabrina Jones, Peter Kuper, Nicolas Lampert, Josn Macphee, Domitlia Dominquez, Fernando Marti, Mac Mcgill, Doug Minkler, Richard Mock, Richardo Levins Moales, Mabel Negrete, Iris pasic, Antiono Ramirez, Corinne Rhodes, Nicole Schulman, Andy Singer, Winston Smith, Rocky Tobey, Seth Tobocman, John Yates.
May 1 - May 17, 2003 in the Main Space
Elastic Group of Artistic Research
Jun 20 - July 19, 2003 in the Main Space
The I Accept Myself Series
June 20 - July 19, 2003 in the ProjEx Room
Rothenberger starts by using pictures from lifestyle magazines and them juxtaposes images, text, and animals to make landscapes. The main theme throughout all the pieces is to compare human anxieties with animals in the wild.
Above and Below
July 25 - August 23, 2003 in the Main Space
Inspired by tying fishing lures.
July 25 - August 23, 2003 in the ProjEx Room
Love is in the Air
September 5 - October 4, 2003 in the Main Space
Cheung took travel items such as shampoo bottles, drinking cups, sample bottles etc to reconstruct a sense of security. She describes it herself as “an installation based on the premise of travel, reflecting the reality of globalized consumerism and consumption.” It is a reflection on traveling, consumerism, the economic situation as well as human activity.
Jeremy Isao Speier
September 5 - October 4, 2003 in the ProjEx Room
Related to artistic tradition such as Dada and Russian Constructivism, Speier used tiny motors and moving elements juxtaposed with a variety of other found matierials. Contrasting contemporary with the traditional, Speier creates narratives with the pieces, some said to be having to do with 9/11.
October 11 - December 13 in the Main Space
Bronze reproductions of doilies made for earlier projects. It brings tension to the “craft vs. high-art” issue within art contrasting the craft of doilie-making with the historically high-art material, bronze.
October 11- November 14, 2003 in the ProjEx Room
Seven grey cloth-lined baskets with torpedo babies dressed in various baby clothes. They actually are navy water temperature-sensing devices. The goal is to deconstruct the language we use to talk about war and its affect on women and children showing they are involved as well.
Artists: Natalie Danchuck, Brianna Erban, Elizabeth Hudson, Sarah Komanisyk, Lisa Claire Lakaparampil, Andrea Lefebvre, Amelia Schultz- Mc Phersonx
November20 - December 13, 2003 in the Projex Room