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Set Pieces

  • Dec 18 — Feb 28

The video works by Erin Colleen Johnson and Jessica Hankey presented in Set Pieces explore the unstable relationship between location, image, and perception.

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Principles of Invisibility

  • Oct 30 — Dec 13

Principles of Invisibility is a two-person show that places art at the junctures between subjective experience and objective reality, between the metaphysical and the physical, and between fact and fiction.

Pixelated

  • Jul 10 — Aug 30

Works that pair a digital sensibility with traditional practices to question our contemporary experience of veracity, culpability, and empathy.

Comments from the Blog

  • soomi kim said:

Cory, I’d love to chat with you about your involvement with Sundays with Kathy at the Museum. Please contact me if you receive this at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Thanks!

  • Kosi Victor said:

that is an awesome bird sketch! what is the story behind it? I would love to use that as a logo for a project I’m working on

  • Cory said:

Sundays at the Art Museum were so Much Fun! It was our platform…Kathy was A true inspiration! Glad to see Thorn is involved with this after all these years ...The Transformation play was awesome…there is Video of it too…I wonder where it is…I’d love to see it again CHEERS! to Soomi Kim…Thanks for Keeping Her Message Alive… Shouts Out to Sprite, Eric, Thorn, Sparrow, Marina, Moth, Anita~ and all the Transformation Crew…Love and Light <3

  • Gerard LePhart said:

Wow. Those scenes sure are select. Are they really “fom” the pigeoning? And why? What a fascinating website.

  • sharon kalemkiarian said:

Thank you for the post.  We love Kay’s hands!