JANUARY 17 - FEBRUARY 16, 2013

BETWEEN THIS, THAT AND THE OTHER THING

Liz Glynn, Jason Kraus, Dashiell Manley, Stephen PrinaLiz Glynn, Jason Kraus, Dashiell Manley, Stephen PrinaLiz Glynn, Jason Kraus, Dashiell Manley, Stephen PrinaLiz Glynn, Jason Kraus, Dashiell Manley, Stephen PrinaLiz Glynn, Jason Kraus, Dashiell Manley, Stephen PrinaPlaster, aqua-resin, burlap, steel armature, wood, modified casts of an Cast bronze, 20 x 24 x 17 inches (50.8 x 61 x 43.2 cm)Cast bronze, 18 x 19 x 7.5 inches (45.7 x 48.3 x 19.1 cm)Light stand, Lowell Pro halogen light bulb, 2x4 pine, drywall, video paint and light-jet photograph, Dimensions variable (painting and photograph: 32 x 48 inches each)Light stand, Lowell Pro halogen light bulb, 2x4 pine, drywall, video paint and light-jet photograph, Dimensions variable (painting and photograph: 26 x 39 inches each)Gouache, ink, polymer medium, canvas, acrylic sheet, vinyl and paperGouache, ink, polymer medium, canvas, acrylic sheet, vinyl and paperGouache, ink, polymer medium, canvas, acrylic sheet, vinyl and paperGouache, ink, polymer medium, canvas, acrylic sheet, vinyl and paperLeft: ink wash on rag, barrier paper
Right: offset lithography on paper
Left:
25.59 x 19.69 inches
65 x 50 cm
Right:
25.98 x 32.68 inches
66 x 83 cm

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

Group Show with Liz Glynn, Jason Kraus, Dashiell Manley and Stephen Prina

On Monday January 7th 2013 Liz Glynn, Jason Kraus, Dashiell Manley, and Stephen Prina all sat down to discuss how to install this show, and the relationships amongst the works contained within it. The original premise for the show was to create an exhibition where the works were made to engage one another, in order to investigate a broader range of meanings than those contained in each work functioning autonomously. The artists were initially interested in using the idea of the exhibition as one of situation specificity. The artists discussed the works in this show and their relationship to late 19th and early 20th century paintings and sculptures. The central premise of the show was the existence of content in the space between things.
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