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Superscript
April 26, 2019 - July 13, 2019

“The working title for Superscript was ‘Exploded Book,’” says Jordan Eddy, director of form & concept and curator of the gallery’s spring book art exhibition. “I spent the winter hunting for book artworks that quite literally project into the world around them.” The group show unites insurgent members of New Mexico’s formidable community of book artists, along with several artists from across the nation. It is almost entirely composed of large-scale installation works that either incorporate books or are conceptually linked to them. Opening Reception: Friday, April 26 , 5-7 pmArtist Talk: Saturday, April 27, 2-3 pmWorkshop: Saturday, July 13, 10 am-4 pm  

Susan Beiner | Sugar Fields
May 31, 2019 - July 13, 2019

“I have a new outlook,” says ceramicist Susan Beiner.  “By utilizing repetition and multiplication, I create dense patterning–but with spaces to take a breath.” This May, Beiner returns to form & concept for a solo exhibition featuring a large-scale, modular installation. The wall sculptures will feature Beiner’s characteristic floral forms, a porcelain garden of tactile blooms with allusions to architectural structures. Though it reads as one unit, each piece will be a unique work, showcasing Beiner’s vocabulary of encrusted forms. “The installation will be encrusted and glazed in different ways,” Beiner explains. “There’s a pattern, but the surface will bring variation to a large scale.” Opening Reception: Friday, May 31 , 5-7 pmArtist Talk: Saturday, June 1, 2-3 pm

Beyond Punch Cards
May 31, 2019 - July 13, 2019

Innovative ways old & new technologies interlace each other. The group exhibition Beyond Punch Cards was inspired by a woman who changed the world. Mathematician Ada Lovelace studied the complex engineering behind the Jacquard loom to invent the first computational algorithm in 1840.“The analytical engine will weave algebraic patterns like Jacquard looms weave flowers and leaves,” Lovelace said. Since that pivotal moment, artists, designers and technologists from across the globe have explored the links between weaving and coding. In Beyond Punch Cards, an official satellite show of the CURRENTS New Media Festival 2019, independent curators Francesca Rodriguez Sawaya and Renata de Carvalho Gaui unite an international group of artists who straddle the line between these intersecting disciplines. Opening Reception: Friday, May 31, 5-7 pm CURRENTS Reception: Friday, June 7, 5-7 pm Artist Talk: Saturday, June 8, 2-3:30 pm