Baggage: Alex Caldiero In Retrospect

STREET GALLERY For me, making language is a function of my organism. . . and yet, in reality there is only one medium: the body, with all the resources for sensation, perception, and conception. The rest is baggage. -Alex Caldiero, February 2021 Referred to by the artist as a “grand examination of his consciousness,” this […]

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KATHRYN KNUDSEN: PLUME

EXIT GALLERY The work of Kathryn Knudsen is influenced by colors, shapes, and patterns found in nature. Called Plume, her exhibition is made by organizing small bits of brightly colored felt, fabric, and thread into radiating patterns, creating objects that mimic cells, leaves, petals, and ornamental bird feathers.  By working with recycled materials, her practice […]

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ALLISON SCHULNIK: MOUND

CODEC GALLERY Allison Schulnik’s Mound is a series of paintings brought to life through simple materials and stop-motion animation techniques. Constantly in a state of flux, Schulnik’s crudely rendered figures writhe, morph, sway, and dance to the melancholy sounds of Scott Walker’s song, “It’s Raining Today,” (1969). Their flesh moves independently from their bodies, moved […]

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ZACHARY NORMAN: THIS STORM IS WHAT WE CALL PROGRESS

AIR SPACE 11.2020–01.2021 THIS STORM IS WHAT WE CALL PROGRESS is a six-channel video, part of a larger body of work, in which artist-in-residence Zachary Norman explores the profound environmental, social, and cultural impacts of ongoing and proposed activities in the Northwest Quadrant of Salt Lake City. Drawing on the work of artists such as […]

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MATERIAL ISSUES: STRATEGIES IN TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY CRAFT

MAIN GALLERY PRESENTED BY DIANE & SAM STEWART 11.2020–06.2021 Material Issues: Strategies in 21st Century Craft explores the use of craft-based materials, processes, and aesthetics. Unjustly, objects using craft-based techniques have typically been dismissed as “women’s work,” “folkish,” or even kitsch due to their mass appeal and often functional qualities. Historically, these objects often had […]

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