Now through August 19th!
Hillary Price, Depth Unknown
MANUAL TRANSMISSION: THIRD GEAR will be a solo show of work by multidisciplinary artist Hillary Price, who will be taking over the garage and garden for an installation of 2D, 3D and multimedia work that challenges conceptions of space and perception. Cosmic bodies, crystal growth cycles, bird migrations, mycelium/hyphae highways bridging trees and mushrooms, caves, synaptic functions in the brain, visual diagrams of the internet, and aerial views of cities all serve as points of reference as Price collapses micro and macro systems into one scale, creating habitable spaces that parallel the inner workings of the mind expanding into the universe around us.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 10
Show runs through August 19
MANUAL TRANSMISSION is Red Garage Studio’s summer series of pop-up shows & art events. Curated by Allison Ruby, each show features guest artists showing new work in the garage and gardens. The idea of these shows is not to simply exhibit work, but to use art as a catalyst for conversation and community connection.
About the artist:
HILLARY PRICE’s expansive practice includes installation, painting/sculpture hybrids, and interactive encounters that focus on the synchronistic structures underlying our perceptions and experiences in the world. Price came to the Twin Cities to attend the University of Minnesota, where she completed her MFA this last May, but most of her early experiences occurred in the Southwest. She earned her BFA in painting and drawing at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas in 2013. During this time she also co-curated and co-owned The Fifth Wall gallery in Downtown Vegas, which functioned as an experimental space, bringing immersive installations to a burgeoning art scene. Afterwards, she lived and taught in rural Mississippi for two years, and in 2017 participated in the Shiro Oni Studio Residency in Onishi, Japan. Price currently lives in Minneapolis, where she also works as an art teacher, university instructor and guest lecturer.
Opening night: 7:00-10:00 pm;
Thursdays & Subsequent Friday: 3:00-7:00 pm,
Saturdays & Sundays open noon-4:00.
Other times by appointment or happenstance.
Extended through August!
Jack Pavlik’s Slow Fountains will remain in the garden through August. Wood, steel, and ice are the foundation of these experimental works placed at various points in the garden, responding to macro and microclimatic fluctuations. Pavlik was a featured artist for this summer’s MT2, but will continue to alter, experiment, and add to the works.
Fountains will be in action during MT3’s open hours.
About the artist:
JACK PAVLIK’s practice is all about movement. Whether it is a computer programmed mechanical object with a life of its own, or repurposed piece of institutional furniture being used in a performative video, his work continually pairs distinct forces and objects in portrayals of competition and coexistence. His most recent body of work is an examination of how people react to systems that exist to modify behavior, how space is manipulated and how it manipulates us, provoking discussions about change, instability, and unease in people’s lives.
Pavlik has been a working artist for three decades, with numerous local and international exhibitions. He received a BFA in sculpture from the University of Minnesota, an MFA in Visual Studies from Minneapolis College of Art and Design, and did additional study at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Pavlik was a Joan Mitchell MFA Grantee in 2012, was a resident artist at the Helsinki International Artist Program in 2014, and most recently was a resident artist at Sculpture Space in Utica, New York. Pavlik is the founder and director of Make It Move, an organization for the exhibition and promotion of kinetic and interactive art.
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