ARC 2009 Student Show Winners

Show ran from 8/1/2010 to 8/14/2010

Talya Modlin, George Oqundipe, and Golda Rubina

Opening Reception: Friday, July 23, 6-9 pm

The three winners of last December’s student exhibition will show current work at ARC Gallery this summer.

link to photos of the ARC exhibition

image 1, Talya Modlin

image 2, Golda Rubina

image 3,  George Oqundipe

 

Heather Brammeier

Show ran from 8/1/2010 to 8/14/2010

“The Fabric of Space”   oil paintings

Opening Reception:  Friday, July 23, 6-9 pm

In The Fabric of Space, Heather Brammeier uses both flat shapes and illusionistic space to construct a new form of landscape that equivocates between flatness and expansiveness.  Becoming lost in this strange new space creates a unique introspection that continues beyond the encounter with the painting.  Biomorphic forms sometimes populate the space that appears to have been constructed by or for these creatures.  A new awareness arises from the realization that any reality is constructed in the mind; the value of a visual experience resides not in an object, but in an individual.

link to Heather Brammeier’s website:  www.heatherbrammeier.com

link to photos of the ARC exhibition

Judith Joseph

8/1/2010 to 8/14/2010

Judith Joseph:   “The Owing Project:  An Interactive Installation”

Opening Reception:  Friday, July 23, 6-9 pm

What debts do we owe?  How do we feel about owing?  What do we owe each other, and the world?  These are some of the questions addressed by the Owing Project,which seeks to engage the public in a dialogue about debt and owing as a personal and societal problem.  Viewers are invited to participate in a debt confession booth and move through a dystopic garden peopled by Failure Effigies and lined with paintings exploring the spiritual side of what we wish for.

link to Judith Joseph’s website: http://www.judithjosephstudio.com

link to Judith Joseph’s interview on WBEZ radio

link to photos of the ARC exhibition