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Current + Past Exhibitions

5 February - 27 March 2015

Millie Chen: stain

exhibited as BT&C Gallery
stain presents a body of work inspired by Chen’s experience and research in connection with Tour (2014), an audio-video installation that brought the artist to four sites of genocide in four different countries (Murambi, Rwanda; Choeung Ek, Cambodia; Treblinka, Poland; Wounded Knee, U.S.A.). These are arguably “healed” sites that hosted atrocities that occurred as recently...

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3 January - 29 January 2015

Bird Captures

exhibited as BT&C Gallery
Bird Captures is a photography and sound installation comprised of two related projects: Bird Photography (Attempts) 2004-2014 by Julian Montague and Flying Mobiles by violinist/composer David Adamczyk.

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13 November - 20 December 2014

75 x 12: Curated from the Flat Files

exhibited as BT&C Gallery
75 works by 12 artists, curated from the flat files. With works by: Michael Beitz, Roberley Bell, Amanda Besl, Joe Bochynski, Millie Chen, Pam Glick, Tom Hughes, Julian Montague, Susan Reedy, Marshall Scheuttle, Gary Sczerbaniewicz, and Adam Weekley

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Current + Past Exhibitions

6 September - 6 October 2018

Reed Anderson: DayBreaker

DayBreaker is a solo show of recent work in varied media by Reed Anderson. DayBreaker includes work from each of the three major veins of Anderson’s practice— his large-scale cut paper works, the “PapaObject” series, and his most recent textile-based banner paintings.

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21 June - 4 August 2018

Michael Beitz: Guaranteed Painkiller

Beitz is best known for his large-scale sculptural work that confuses the line between functional furniture and sculpture. The focus of Guaranteed Painkiller is Beitz’s lesser-known, drawing-based work, an essential part of his creative practice that is rarely publicly shown. The artist considers the images in his drawings as seamlessly connected to the sculptural part...

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4 May - 16 June 2018

Rebecca Allan: Debris Fields

The Debris Fields is a series of abstract paintings, drawings and photographs by Rebecca Allan that examine the sprawling detritus at the edges of urban, suburban, and rural America. Inspired by Charles Burchfield’s images of decaying infrastructure, among other sources, Allan focuses on the dispersed heaps of material at construction sites and mining sites, in...

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