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Spatial Relations

October 1, 2021 - January 9, 2022

This exhibition brings together recent sculptures by Elizabeth Atterbury, Gordon Hall, and Anna Hepler. Each piece engages the architecture directly, touching the floor and walls– leaning, resting, standing, draping. Ranging from re-creations of recognizable things to abstract forms, these sculptures interrogate the potential for objects to affect us emotionally, socially, and physically. Each working within their own purview, these three artists share a commitment to creating spare works with simple materials including wood, ceramic, metal, concrete, cardboard, and paper. Each…

Ryan Adams | Lessons

October 1, 2021 - January 9, 2022

The Portland-based artist Ryan Adams premiers a 33-foot-long mural continuing his abstracted, text-based wall works that grew out of his early graffiti practice. The mural features a phrase of advice his mother often gave him as a youth growing up in Portland– advice to help him negotiate his youth in a predominantly white community. Adams' mural is rendered in his signature ‘gem’ style that deconstructs words and phrases into geometric patterns that dynamically display visual depth, shadows, and highlights. The…

Into Action

October 1, 2021 - January 9, 2022

This thematic exhibition features photographic works set in nature that document actions as they naturally occurred; actions as they were performed for the camera; interactions created in post-production; or to propose actions to be taken by the viewer. The exhibition will feature installation-based works by Cig Harvey, Shoshannah White, and Julie Poitras Santos along with more traditionally formatted works by Jennifer Calivas, Mark Dorf, and Ray Ewing. Into Action is made possible in part by a grant from the Andy…

Hiraki Sawa | Absent

October 1, 2021 - January 9, 2022

This solo exhibition presents the internationally acclaimed video artist Hiraki Sawa’s most recent single-channel video, Absent (2018). Absent (running time 4:27 minutes) presents an intimate, imaginative space populated by a fantastic parade of surreal creatures—a walking tea kettle, a dancing cup, a flying spoon—all of them traveling between grand and intimate landscapes. Hiraki Sawa (born 1977, Ishikawa, Japan) received a BFA from the University of East London and an MFA from the Slade School of Art at University College, London.  His work…

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