June 19 ~ July 17, 2010
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 19, 6-8pm
Anna Krachey – “Krachey’s work directly confronts the world of commercial veneer,” states Wendy Vogel from
Buster Graybill – creates a simplistic yet futuristic narrative of contemporary sculpture released and adapted to the wild. In a world where metal and machine are free from human control, static utilitarian objects turn into an adaptive, artificial intelligence released to the volatile world of hungry, wild animals. The three-dimensional dodecahedrons constructed from standard pig troughs morph into space-age androids, defensively dispensing corn as it gets pushed around by the animals that discover it. Graybill is a current participant in Artpace San Antonio International Artist-in-Residence and was recently featured in the 2nd Annual Texas Biennial 2009.
Jesse Morgan Barnett – sets a quiet stage by photographing tire skid marks on roadway medians. While showing evidence of violent events, the images appear as deliberate, contemplative strokes of Japanese calligraphy. The mark-making event here, however, is not the result of the artist’s intuition, rather, they reveal moments of misjudgments in the fast-paced car culture of
Together, the artists twist commonplace things into a startling narrative of a vulnerable human experience. Employing abstraction and imagination, the work presents conceivable possibilities in a world currently threatened by progress, confronting the question, “What now?”
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