Our Subject is You closes this Sunday, September 13, 2009. Please take advantage of this final week to take naps, draw on the walls, and jump up and down with a broom between your legs!
5:30pm, Thursday, September 3, 2009
Co-Curators’ Gallery Talk: Xandra Eden and Lee Walton
Xandra Eden, Curator of Exhibitions and Lee Walton, Assistant Professor, UNCG Department of Art will give an insider’s tour of the exhibition, Our Subject is You !
Our Subject is You artist Sherri Lynn Wood will be on-site for the following Weatherspoon events:
Artist’s Talk — 5:30 pm, Thursday, August 20. Weatherspoon Auditorium. Free and open to the public.
Group Stitching Mantra: A Trans-Craft Experience. 2-4 pm on Saturday, August 22. Join artist Sherri Lynn Wood on an imaginative, meditative, communal journey that merges the Eastern spiritual traditions of mudras, mandalas and mantras, and systems-centered practice with the simple act of stitching.Weatherspoon Dillard Room. $10 members/ $20 non-members. Materials included. Register by e-mail: email@example.com, phone: (336) 256-1449.
Find out more by visiting:
David Ford interviewed me and Nina Katchadourian about Our Subject is You for WFDD’s Triad Arts Up Close. You can listen and/or download this 2 part interview, which aired on July 2 and July 8, 2009, by visiting:
WFDD Interview – Our Subject is You Part 1
WFDD Interview – Our Subject is You Part 2
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Tagged Darren O'Donnell, David Ford, Erwin Wurm, Harrell Fletcher, Lee Walton, Mantra Trailer, Nina Katchadourian, Our Subject is You, Participation, San Keller, Sherri Lynn Wood, Tonico Lemos Auad, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Xandra Eden
I was away on vacation for the past few weeks and wasn’t able to post. I came back to find no comments on my past posts however, which is making me a little concerned. Would be wonderful if you could participate by sharing and providing feedback on the show.
Also, please check out this fascinating article from the Christian Science Monitor: http://www.csmonitor.com/2009/0721/p17s01-algn.html
In the meantime, I’ll continue posting some more images from the show…
Nina Katchadourian worked with sports announcer, Mike Hogewood, to create custom introductions for each of the guests at the opening reception. Audio samplings from this work, titled "We Are Proud to Present," can be heard in the South Vestibule of the Weatherspoon ( between the two sets of glass double doors that exit out to the sculpture courtyard). Photo: Martin Tucker.
Steve Lambert's "I Will Talk With Anyone About Anything," as realized by Donovan McKnight and unknown woman. Photo: Martin Tucker.
Viewer's enjoy selections from Some People: Greensboro, a project initiated by Harrell Fletcher. Photo: Martin Tucker.
The Montagnard/Dega Association were invited to participate as special guests at the opening reception for this exhibition. This social networking event, "Weatherspoon, Dega. Dega, Weatherspoon." was organized by Darren O'Donnell. Photo: Martin Tucker.
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Tagged Darren O'Donnell, Erwin Wurm, Harrell Fletcher, Lee Walton, Nina Katchadourian, Our Subject is You, Participation, San Keller, Steve Lambert, Tonico Lemos Auad, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Xandra Eden
Hello. I have been away and unable to post for a while. Here are a few pics from the opening on June 19. Above, is an image of me and Lee with the artists who came into Greensboro to create work for the show – from left to right: Nina Katchadourian, me, Darren O’Donnell, San Keller (it is his work, Who Falls Asleep First, that we are sitting on) and Lee Walton.
Below is a picture of San’s work in the gallery. Viewers are invited to lie down on the bed and try to go to sleep with San.
These are some pics of people performing some of Erwin Wurm’s One Minute Sculptures:
And, everyone loved drawing on the gallery walls for Tonico Auad Lemos’s work, Quatro Ventos !
Or posting their mantra’s on Sherri Lynn Wood’s Mantra Trailer wall:
More pics to come soon !