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GOODGIRL

  EXHIBITION GOODGIRL : Terra Keck JANUARY 30 – FEBRUARY 17, 2017 Commons Gallery GOODGIRL is a cross-media performance art piece that explores gender constructs, the toxicity of identity, and the boundaries between public and private. With half the installation online and half in the gallery, one can experience our reality and GOODGIRL’s reality as she  Continue Reading »

READYMADE PLACE

  EXHIBITION Readymade Place January 9 – 27, 2017 Commons Gallery Jan Dickey and Nisha Pinjani, graduate art students at the Department of Art + Art History, have organized an exhibition entitled Readymade Place. Contributions to this exhibition were made by Atis Puampai, Baixin Chen, Kainoa Gruspe, Sheanae Tam, Brad Taylor, Nick Hunsinger, Charles Cohan, Gaye  Continue Reading »

PAINTED FORMS : RECENT INVESTIGATIONS BY TOM WALKER

  EXHIBITION PAINTED FORMS : RECENT INVESTIGATIONS BY TOM WALKER NOVEMBER 7 – 18, 2016 Commons Gallery Painted Forms: Recent Investigations by Tom Walker, is an exhibition of the artist’s new work. Artist’s Statement: Flatness within painting has been more of a concern of mine in recent years. It has been a uniquely characteristic property of  Continue Reading »

1000 UTOPIAS

  EXHIBITION 1000 UTOPIAS : Nick Potter OCTOBER 9 – NOVEMBER 4, 2016 Commons Gallery Sunday, October 9 3:00-5:00 pm, Reception Thursday, October 13 3:00-4:30 pm, Public lecture, Art Building, Room 101 Nick Potter presents 1000 Utopias, a new series of works based on his visits to architectural sites in Europe. Some of his new works  Continue Reading »

PHANTASM / CHIHO USHIO

  EXHIBITION PHANTASM SEPTEMBER 18 – OCTOBER 7, 2016 Commons Gallery Sunday, September 18 3:00-4:00 pm, Artist talk and reception Chiho Ushio presents Phantasm, an exhibition of her new work. Artist’s Statement: Phantasm exhibits artwork that draws inspiration from natural phenomena, such as water, in that visible and tangible substances can evoke contemplation on invisible realities.  Continue Reading »

UNDER PRESSURE: EDITIONED PRINTS FROM ART 318, INTERMEDIATE PRINTMAKING

  EXHIBITION Under Pressure: Editioned Prints from ART 318, Intermediate Printmaking July 11 – 29, 2016 Commons Gallery The tradition of printing in multiples dates to the 16th century. At its core lies the purpose of printmaking: the intent to disseminate images or text to a wider audience. In contemporary practice, “edition printing,” the production of  Continue Reading »

COLLIDER 7 [VOXEL]

  EXHIBITION COLLIDER 7 [VOXEL] AUGUST 22 – SEPTEMBER 16, 2016 Commons Gallery Tuesday, August 23 4:00-5:15 pm, Reception Collider 7 [voxel], curated by Markus Vogl + Margarita Benitez, is part of the Collider Exhibition Series that examines the impact, implications and inspiration of the phenomenon generally categorized under the umbrella term New Media, within the  Continue Reading »

PIECES OF NAPOLEON BLOWNAPART

  EXHIBITION Pieces of Napoleon Blownapart February 8 – 19, 2016 Commons Gallery Jan Dickey presents Pieces of Napoleon Blownapart, a room-sized flash fiction story about a doomed collection of material objects once possessed by the legendary Napoleon Blownapart. Conglomerates of polymers, minerals, fibers, and other substances from the Capitalocene era will be held on display  Continue Reading »

HOOK THE DEEP: THE HADAL ZONE IN FIBER

  EXHIBITION HOOK THE DEEP: THE HADAL ZONE IN FIBER by Michelle Schwengel-Regala October 26 – November 20, 2015 Commons Gallery UH System’s flickr album EVENTS free and open to the public Thursday, November 12 / ART Building, Room 101 6-7:30 pm, Residing between Art and Science: Michelle Schwengel-Regala, Mackenzie Gerringer, and the Hadal Zone Art  Continue Reading »

CEPHALOPOD INTERFACE

  EXHIBITION CEPHALOPOD INTERFACE October 12 – October 23, 2015 Commons Gallery Flickr images Artist RYUTA NAKAJIMA brings together multiple artists and their works based on the theme of cephalopods. For centuries, cephalopod, such as octopus, squid and cuttlefish, has fascinated artists and artisans across many coastline cultures. It has been represented in murals, mosaics, paintings,  Continue Reading »