Overlap: Research & Results

Monday, April 11 through

Friday, April 29

Sharp Building
6th Floor Exhibition Cases

Tile with text in the upper right reading: "Overlap: Research & Results / April 11-29" There are small, thumbnail detail images of work in the exhibit

Overlap: Research & Results is an exhibit that’s searching for unexpected parallels between research and process. Curious collections, illuminated pages, unexpected spaces, and intimate zines are shown alongside information provided by each artist. Here are a few questions for the viewer to consider: what influences guided these artists?, where does the research/process end and the work begin?, and how does seeing research statements next to the works themselves help explore visual problem solving? 

Curated by Cara Dunkerley

Artists and works featured (in alphabetical order by last name):

Madeleine Aguilar 

  • rocks & minerals, 2022, collage on plywood, 22 x 10 in
  • a map of my bedroom wall, 2019, risograph on speckled paper, 30 x 7 in

Conrad Cheung (aka “Caleb Mitchell”) 

  • The Missing Continent (Murder Castle), 2021, VR panorama
  • The Missing Continent (USNS Mercy), 2021, VR panorama
  • The Missing Continent (VECTOR), 2021, VR panorama

Evan Fusco 

  • Pathologies of the Margin; a study in dissipation, 2021, offset and laser french stitch book and accompanying riso zines, 4.5 x 6.5 in each
  • This Is a Portrait of C/conceptualism If I Say So (after This Is a Portrait of Iris Clert If I Say So), 1961/2022, typewritten letter on paper, 8.5 x 11 in

Alan Perry and Kseniia Cherniavska

  • The Gross Gloss, Sagittarius Chapter, Pages 1-3, 2022, dream narrative prose, movable paper volvelle poem, computer-generated imagery, historiated initial, gouache, and gilding on pergamenata parchment paper, 5.5 x 8.5 in each
    Alan Perry - prose, poetry, and computer imagery
    Ksenia Cherniavska - marginalia, typography, and illumination

Leo Wang

  • Adornment, PLA plastic, 3D printed plaster, paint, faux fur fabric, 2019, 7 x 16 x 16 in

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