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A collaborative show between 50 Berlin Artists and 50 Denver artists; work will be shown at Neurotitan (Berlin), Hinterland (Denver), Groundswell Gallery (Denver) and Showpen (Denver)
March 14 - April 5, 2014
Opening Night March 14, 6 - 11 pm
What if ..., reflects on the “call and response” nature of the artistic process where the artist initiates a work by manipulating material and then influenced by the material,
follows through accordingly. This dance is repeated in a series of steps until completion. Often times the unknown variables in this process are what excites or motivates an artist.
This project ensures unknown variables by pairing a Denver artist with an Artist from Berlin and asking each artist to initiate a work via the linguistic question, "What if…?"
responding to that question visually, then allowing a visual follow up to complete the work. Thus begins the chance relationship.
The work created by artists from Berlin will be completed by Denver artists and shown throughout three venues, GroundSwell Gallery, Hinterland, and Showpen. The work by Denver artists will be completed in Berlin and exhibited at Neurotitan, a gallery in Berlin. There is no thematic curation involved. Instead the exchange process is seen as more of a cultural event. Rather than isolate the destination and focus on the exhibition as a crescendo, we are interested in exploring the whole exchange as a quasi "happening."
is a gallery and shop in the heart of the German capital. It has been active for over 15 years and is recognized as an institution for street art and unconventional artistic forms.
is an artist residency in Denver, Colorado's Santa Fe Art District. Each Showpen resident has a personal studio, a private bedroom, shared use of the gallery, and the opportunity to engage with the artist community.
is located in the Bluebird District along East Colfax Avenue. Its mission is to support emerging professional artists by providing exhibition opportunities and to promote the growth of the Denver art community.
is Sabin Aell and Randy Rushton and is part of the RiNo Art District. Together, they opened the art space in 2008, and hence Sabin curates and exhibits adventurous contemporary art in a variety of mediums. The term HINTERLAND is derived from German and means: beyond what is visible or known. With that in mind, they focus on artists with extravagant yet coherent vision.
The Deep Novelty
Andrew Elijah Edwards
A Stereoscopic Video Installation
Opening April 11, 2014
April 11 - May 2, 2014
Through of a series of stereoscopic apparatuses, the viewer explores a stream of three dimensional animations, tuning amidst an array of photographically composed spaces undergoing a chaotic progression into deep novelty.