Thin Walls

curated by Sara Greenberger Rafferty

July 22 - August 20, 2006

Opening Reception: July 21, 2006 7-9 pm

Carol Bove
Rachel Foullon
Vlatka Horvat
Ashley Macomber
Octopi
Eileen Quinlan
Max Schumann
Sara Vanderbeek

 

Sara VanDerBeek, This Weary Way, 2006 c-print 20 x 16 inches
Eileen Quinlan, Smoke and Mirrors #72 and Smoke and Mirrors #86, 2006 c-prints each 24 x 20 inches
Max Schumann, untitled (Fuck Me Hard and Slow Big Daddy McMac), 2005 acrylic on cardboard 34 x 68 inches
Rachel Foullon, This was Always There (Near Jewett), 2006 paper, glue, and string 36 x 9 x 2 inches
Vlatka Horvat, Extinguishers, 2001 still from black and white video, 6 min.
Ashley Macomber, Wait, There are Some Ropes Missing, 2006 gouache and acrylic on paper 14 x 11 inches

Press Release

Single works by Carol Bove, Rachel Foullon, Vlatka Horvat, Ashley Macomber, Octopi, Eileen Quinlan, Max Schumann, and Sara Vanderbeek.

Thin Walls is a summer exhibition at the Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, an artist-run space open on Saturdays and Sundays. The objects were chosen for their relation to a loosely-defined theme of reflection. Reflection in all of its forms was chosen as an appropriate activity on which to dwell during a weekend show between seasons, semesters, and in some cases fiscal years. Ranging between the personal, historical, political, and optical, Thin Walls presents eight modestly-scaled objects. In lieu of a printed announcement, a text on each of the works and the theme of reflection and the body will be distributed beginning on July 21 at the opening of the show.