Museum Archive

Exhibits

Raven Chacon

Raven Chacon is a composer of chamber music, a performer of experimental noise music, an educator, and an installation artist. His exhibition Lightning Speak features both solo and collaborative work. Originally from the Navajo Nation, he is also a member of the Indigenous art collective Postcommodity, a team of conceptually-driven […]

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Jennifer Steinkamp

Los Angeles-based artist Jennifer Steinkamp is best known for her animations exploring notions of perception and reality, often choosing to depict familiar objects or natural elements in motion. For this exhibition, stunningly elegant projections of trees will fill the walls of an otherwise darkened gallery, immersing the viewer in a […]

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Postcommodity

Statement by the collective: “A Very Long Line demonstrates the dehumanizing and polarizing constructs of nationalism and globalization through which borders and trade policies have been fabricated. The border “fence,” irrespective of the complex indigeneity of peoples from the region it occupies, is a very long filter of bodies and […]

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Transformations in Contemporary Brazilian Art

Raízes/Roots: Transformations in Brazilian Art showcases four dynamic contemporary artists Ana Carolina Fernandes, Annie Ganzala, Elisa Riemer, and Henrique Oliveira. Four Brazilian artists complicate the connections between earth, spirit, body, and the impacts of colonialism and globalization in contemporary Brazilian society. This exhibition features mature content and might not be appropriate for […]

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Wendy Mike and De Lane Bredvik

Hailing from the Pikes Peak region, visual artists Wendy Mike and De Lane Bredvik prove that art is inherently powerful and transformational. This site-specific installation is inspired by Ragnarök, a series of future events in Norse mythology in which the death of major figures, various natural disasters, and the complete […]

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