In the Solo Gallery:
WHEN: MARCH 2 - APRIL 13, 2013
WHERE: Baltimore Clayworks, 5707 Smith Ave., Baltimore
In*ter*stice, noun. a space that intervenes between things; especially one between closely spaced things.
Kyle Bauer creates plaster molds from both his own constructed forms and found objects from the vicinity surrounding his home and studio. These components are then slip-cast and combined into mixed media, large-scale sculptures and installations that convey balance, tension, and control. His method of building these structures through arranging, stacking, and piling is closely related Kyle's background in restoration and preservation, particularly of houses and furniture. The mixed media sculptures in Interstice combine a graphic reference to maritime navigation, along with the metaphor of a journey. Kyle's installation is intended to aid the participant in navigating the gallery space, and it encourages viewers to investigate and interact with the sculptures.
Image: Kyle Bauer,CYNOSURE, 2012, mixed media
CURATED BY JAIMIANNE AMICUCCI
WHEN: MARCH 2-APRIL 13, 2013
ADMISSION: FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Global Perspectives will showcase artwork and narratives of ceramic artisans from Afghanistan, Bhutan, Ethiopia, Nepal, and Tanzania. The exhibition will also include ceramic work created by teens of Baltimore Community College's Refugee Youth Project who participated in a ceramics workshop where they learned about traditional pottery making of their native homelands. Global Perspectives is an exploration of cultural identity, connecting Baltimore refugees to the pottery traditions of their home countries.
For more information about the exhibition, please visit our web site.
CURATOR'S TALK: A Journey Through Global Perspectives
WHEN: MARCH 14, 6-7 PM
This one-hour discussion will walk through the research and experiences of the curator of Global Perspectives, Jaimianne Amicucci.