Anti-Prejudice Cartoons and Air Age Cartography
December 2, 2011
Three artists respond to the act of holding
records, record player, potatoes, paint, drawings, leaves, tape, paper and string in an installation about loss, the seasons, music, age and friendship.
An exhibition in quotes
Drawings translating motion picture editing systems into abstract compositions
An exploration of the transition from drawing to object
January 29th through February 4
Justin Shull presents The Workshop, a one-evening event featuring his recent projects, sculptures, a new video installation and live music mixed by DJ War Horse. For The Workshop, Shull examines the architecture of an artist’s hypothetical space. The studio, gallery and recreational landscape converge in a raw warehouse at 5538 Dyer Street in Dallas, the result of which is a series of distinct interconnected spaces - The Showroom, The Workshop, The Game Room, The Den, The V.I.P. Lounge, The Washroom and The Parking Lot.
April 29–May 27, 2011
A presentation of works by JCHP
A site-specific installation using a diverse range of quotidian materials
Portfolios from the Royal College of Art, London — “Art School” (2008) and “Reprocessed” (2009) — and Art Monthly, London — “30th Anniversary Portfolio” (2006)
Justin Shull's Porta Hedge (Birder's Retreat) is currently sited on Fondren Drive in University Park. Visitors to the Porta Hedge also have the opportunity to observe neighborhood birds from the Hedge's concealed interior space (weather and temperatures permitting.)
Book launches will take place during the opening
Matthew Cusick's exhibition of altered pages from old schoolbooks re-contextualize image, word, and number to create a new storyline with irreverent and provocative commentary
Transmission: HOSPITALITY is an interdisciplinary conference that will address the relation between the modes of analysis and communication for comprehending art, through addressing the ethics and politics of hospitality and the positions of host, stranger, and friend.
Art, Word and Image is constructed around three wide-ranging essays by John Dixon Hunt, David Lomas and Michael Corris. The essays chart the use and significance of words in art.
Kristen Cochran's inaugural project at the Free Museum of Dallas, Brick by Brick, opens a conversation with Peter Doig and his painting Picture of Houses