CO-CURATED BY SARAH KATE WILSON
THE TETLY, LEEDS UK
3 APRIL – 5 JULY 2015
LAUNCH 2 APRIL, 6-8PM
Exhibiting artists include Polly Apfelbaum, Claire Ashley, Kate Hawkins, Robert Chase Heishman and Megan Schvaneveldt, Natasha Kidd, Rob Leech, Lisa Milroy, Yoko Ono, Hayley Tompkins, Jessica Warboys and Sarah Kate Wilson.
This visually stunning group show brings together an exciting array of works by international artists practicing within the expanding field of painting. Exploding ideas of what painting can be, these artists work across sculpture, performance, painting and film. The exhibition includes inflatable paintings, painting machines and paintings that can be handled and reassembled by visitors.
Painting in Time consists of works that are in a state of flux: pieces will constantly evolve and in some cases only exist for the lifespan of the exhibition. New commissions sit alongside existing works reconfigured for The Tetley’s unique gallery spaces.
This exhibition acknowledges the enduring popularity of the medium and asks ‘what constitutes painting today?
Latest ibid. video commissioned for the PLAY exhibition at the Columbus Museum of Art opens on Nov 7
ibid. | Video still | 2014 | Robert Chase Heishman & Megan Schvaneveldt
ibid. (for Chris Naka) @ the MCA!
as part of ROUGH and READY presented by the NIGHTINGALE
READY (March 25-27)
Ready and not. Read-y, ready, readiness, already and made, the works in this hour long program explore, report, introduce, rework, sing and travel through notions of preparation and repair, lives and deaths, the mysterious and the ill-conceived, bowling with no pins and reading in the 21st century. See: sustainable sourcing commingled with speculative speakings, languid landscapes, cartoons and paintings. Hear: Tull, Paterra, “JT”. The questions are wry and show and here.
SPECTRA, A Nomadic Platform for Experimental Film and Video launches its January program with a group exhibition, entitled Sculpties, curated by David Rhoads.
Featuring works by:
Robert Chase Heishman and Megan Schvaneveldt; Jordan Johnson; Bonnie Lane; and Brendan Meara.
“Sculpties” focuses on video works that lie closer to the realm of sculpture than their film counterpart. The participating artists approach their work through a variety of methods and conceptual backgrounds, resulting in a both singular and intensely physical outcome.
DATE: Thursday January 30th
VENUE: The H & R Block Artspace/ 16 East 43rd Street, Kansas City, MO 64111
Another review of the exhibition on Temporary Art Review:
Show Review by Matt Morris on New City:
Of This Place, Or Thereabouts:
New Work By Robert Chase Heishman & Megan Schvaneveldt
September 13 - October 12 @ Roots and Culture
ibid. | Video still | 2013 | Robert Chase Heishman & Megan Schvaneveldt
solo exhibition @ benedictine univ, kindlon hall
opens Feb 27
artist talk @ 4pm
ibid. will be a part of the screening, those who believe in telekinetics raise my hand
Toronto, Dec 7, 8pm @ Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts.
A nice mention by Time Out Chicago about our booth at MDW.
@ MDW Fair w/ Document