We are pleased to announce two new exhibits opening in conjunction with the Art for Earth Day Gallery Hop on April 21 – a photography exhibition with new work by Tim White and an art film installation by filmmaker Allen Killian-Moore. For that day only, we will have extended Saturday hours from10AM-6PM.
The two adjacent exhibitions present a dialogue between the “still” and “moving” image and run through June 2.
(Our current exhibition - Sweep - contemporary painting survey also remains on display in the Main Gallery through June 2).
The photography exhibition, showing in Gallery A, represents an emergence of new work by local photographer Tim White after a period of reflection following the completion of several large projects including the NEMBA award winning book and exhibition “In and Out of Context.”
In Gallery B, the installation film “Permanent State of Exception” by Allen Killian-Moore, “captures images of the present, on a medium from the past, in order to contemplate a possible future.” The film is composed of original footage, gathered over a period of four years in Pittsburgh, Minneapolis, Duluth, rural Wisconsin, and along the north shore of Lake Superior. Allen’s sound design features portions of salvaged radio broadcasts taken throughout the last century, while the musical score was written and performed by Andy McCormick, a founding member of the Minneapolis-based ensemble Dreamland Faces.