11/15/2020 0 Comments
• Virtual Exhibition: November 15 – December 30, 2020
• Virtual Reception: Wednesday December 2, 2020 at 6:00 PM
Description: Curator Natsuki Takauji proposes that we explore “How is the global pandemic changing our lives.” “FLUX : Vita Mutata” aims to explore the ways in which artists work and question old approaches as they develop new ones. The exhibition will be presented online due to conditions brought on by COVID-19, which has put in-person exhibitions temporarily on hold.
“FLUX : Vita Mutata” aims to uncover the processes participants may have newly invented and/or rediscovered during the COVID-19 pandemic. Participants (individuals or teams are welcome) are encouraged to submit works made before the pandemic period and works made during the pandemic period. The virtual exhibition will focus on the processes that expose the artists’ transition from pre-pandemic through the lockdown and beyond.
About this Exhibition: The organization of this exhibition unfolds alphabetically by the name of the artists selected. Each artist section is structured as follows: name of the artist, the website of the artist, two (2) artworks created by the artist before the pandemic, two (2) artworks created during the pandemic, and the artist's statement about how the pandemic has influenced their life, artwork, and process in “quotation” (not in italics to facilitate reading).
Artists: Amalia Galdona Broche / Anne Muntges / Bob Clyatt / Carole Loeffler / Christopher Skura / Dai Ban / Geoffrey Miller / Haksul Lee / Judith Roston Freilich / Judy Glasser / Kenichi Nakajima / Lesley Bodzy / Mark Eisendrath / Michelangelo Arteaga / Monika Majer / Rich Tomasello / Sara Knight
About Sculptors Alliance: The Sculptors Alliance, Inc., a 501 (c) 3 non-for-profit artists’ cooperative, was founded in 1980 for the purpose of providing a forum for discussion, mutual support and furthering the appreciation of sculpture through group exhibitions and educational programs.