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Past Exhibitions 2006

THEKLA HAMMOND, Come With Me, 2005

Corpus Perspicuus: Body Transparent

December 16, 2006 – April 1, 2007; Solari Gallery. The body, historically both an expressive vehicle and a respository for human experience is limned anew by Thekla Hammond, Cheryl Calleri and Tobin Keller in a contemporary medium: Plexiglas. Transparent and reflective acrylic material shapes a contemorary exploration into the complexity and transitory nature of our […]

Coeleen Kiebert

Time and Place/Then and Now

December 9, 2006 – April 1, 2007; Art Forum Gallery and Lezin Gallery. Artists: Bruce Anderson, Bruce Bangert, Marsha Blaker, George Dymesich, Don Fritz, Sally Gaynor, Dan Hennig, Laurie Hennig, Christianna Hunnicutt, Fred Hunnicutt, Al Johnsen, Coeleen Kiebert, Robert (Bo) Kvenild, Terrie Kvenild, Bob Kinzie, Sandy Kinzie, Michael Lambert, Mattie Leeds, Scott Lindberg and Christie […]

R.R. Jones and Mattie Leeds

R.R. Jones and Mattie Leeds: Wild Outside Worlding Art

July 29 – November 26, 2006; Solari Gallery. The works in this exhibition,R.R. Jones and Mattie Leeds: Wild Outside Worlding Art Portraits of the gLocal, are visual manifestations of wild, unbridled creativity and exterior extensions of the artists’ souls, and they serve as a diagrammatical inference that the world the artists inhabit is an active, […]

Space

Picturing the Century: One Hundred Years of Photography from the National Archives

May 20 – July 16, 2006. This exhibition was created by the National Archives and Record Administration and organized for travel by the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Services. It is a survey of 106 digitally-produced prints which illustrate the trials and triumps of American life over the past century. Themes include labor/leisure; conflict/peace; prosperity/depression. The works […]

Physical I Digital

Physical I Digital

May 4- May 15, 2006. Co-sponsored by the UCSC Digital Arts and New Media (DANM), this exhibition highlights three artists who share an intense involvement with technology that is both intellectually stimulating and emotionally engaging. Through their artwork, Jim Campbell, Paul DeMarinis and Camille Utterback question the influence that media technology has in contemporary life. […]

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