Katie Yancey's River is a Moving Body is an exploration of disconnect. Yancey works in video, photography, sound, and performance. Utilizing both digital processes and sculptural elements, she seeks to extend the dimensionality of digital information into the physical.
Unnamed flowers call that of this morning's yellow
McIntyre Parker (born 1984, California) lives in San Francisco
& that's all I got :/
RIVER IS A MOVING BODY | Katie Yancey
Unnamed flowers call that of this morning's yellow | McIntyre Parker
Opening Reception | August 8 | 5-8 PM
August 8 - 28, 2013
White Gallery: PSU Smith Hall, Second Floor | 1825 SW Broadway Portland, OR 97217
Littman Gallery: PSU Smith Hall, Room 250 | 1825 SW Broadway Portland, OR 97217
Maybe is a multi artist exhibit attempting to capture the magic of indecision and uncertainty. Maybe is existing in the unknown for as long as possible.
"Maybe the exhibition is the result of an exploration? Maybe this exhibition is leading an inquiry? Maybe the viewer will decide?
Maybe: an overabundance of (im)possibility."
The artists are Mami Takahashi, Chloe Womack, Chris Freeman, Stacey Villalobos, Will Elder, Ebin Lee, (Maria) Petra Fortes-Shramm, Jakob Vala, and Katie Yancey
interim series presents Maybe | curated by Mark Martinez
Opening | August 8 | 6-9 PM
Panel Discussion | August 10 | 4 PM
Place | 3rd floor of Pioneer Place mall
"They unapologetically broke my plumbing, used copious amounts of toilet paper, painted on my dog who has cancer, drank all of my booze, turned my studio into a tattoo parlor, laughed at my punk rock music, ruined my linen suit on a logging road at dawn, made me spend all of my money at a strip club, routinely kept me awake until three a.m. with the sound of roaring chainsaws, and invited an influential New York curator over who lifted my favorite coffee mug. But they were nice to my sister and more fun than that abstract painter who stayed in their room the whole time they were here."
PAINTALLICA is a collaborative group of artist friends who like to build things and get roudy. Their site-specific, improvised installations are created from multiple "days and nights of work, field research, discussion and play". Their work "usually involves chainsaws, wood in many forms, drawing, beer, paint, fire and a wide range of motor vehicles, occasionally guns and neon".
Smell the Bar Oil... | PAINTALLICA
Opening | August 10 | 8-11 PM
Gallery hours | Saturday & Sunday | 12-5 PM
August 10 - September 21, 2013
Rocks Box | 6540 N. Interstate Ave @ Portland Blvd/Rosa Parks Way