SHE Digital Residency begins October 2019!

DIGITAL ⇔ RESIDENCY SERIES

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What does that mean?

Southern Heat Exchange is opening its digital doors!

We are excited to announce a monthly artist-in-residence series at www.southernheatexchange.com.

Stop by each Thursday afternoon for notes and images from our guests’ studios.

 

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Summer Process Exchange Open Call

    

 

SHE PROCESS ⇔ EXCHANGE

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This is not a statement or application.

This is for us.

This is a place to share sparks from our private creation spaces.

 

Format:

One page of writing, open format

1-3 images (or other media) of relevant work for reference

  

Prompt:

What is happening for you at this moment in the studio?

 

Results:

Written pieces will be collected into a single PDF that will be emailed to all involved

If there is further interest, we’ll consider making it regular

 

Details:

Email your content to sheatexchange (at) gmail.com by July 15th, 2019 

Indicate if you would like your name, artist website, and/or contact info included in the email 

If media is large or time-based, please host it somewhere and provide a link

Process Exchange will be emailed on or before July 29th, 2019

 

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Ephemeral Voice: A Collection of Objects that Guide Us

Today’s modern world is not a slow one. At any given moment, we are inundated with multiple sensory distractions and social expectations. Whether conscious or not, we each have rituals that help us re-center. This is an experimental examination of the objects that help us be ourselves.

Curated by Regina Parkinson & Emily Timmerman
Hosted by Southern Heat Exchange (formerly Book Club Gallery)

Featuring Art & Objects from Potter DeBella, Lena KolbTaylor Ott, Asher Reisman, Rosalie Smith, Daniel Stein, and Vincente Weber.

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A Tussle with the Genius Loci: Catherine Nelson

Catherine Nelson explores the intersection of her research into improvisation, drawing, fabrication and her own connection to the Louisiana landscape in an immersive installation at Book Club Gallery this June titled “A Tussle with the Genius Loci”. The exhibition will also host a performance by Known Mass dance company titled “Secret Beach”, scored by Ann Glaviano and co-choreographed by Ann Glaviano, Rebecca Allen and Dewuan Frances in contact with sculptures and drawings by Nelson in the Art Egg atrium at sunset.

Nelson’s installation, composed with tea-dyed collagraph prints, steel collage sculptures, found objects, drawings on glass, papier mache, surface prints from the bayou, and direct wall drawing

Nelson’s installation, composed with tea-dyed collagraph prints, steel collage sculptures, found objects, drawings on glass, papier mache, surface prints from the bayou, and direct wall drawing

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Dewuan Frances and Rebecca Allen perform “Secret Beach,” an improvised performance in space with Nelson’s sculptures

Dewuan Frances and Rebecca Allen perform “Secret Beach,” an improvised performance in space with Nelson’s sculptures

Rebecca Allen, Dewuan Frances, and Ann Glaviano in contact during their improvised performance of “Secret Beach.” Nelson’s objects litter the ground around them.

Rebecca Allen, Dewuan Frances, and Ann Glaviano in contact during their improvised performance of “Secret Beach.” Nelson’s objects litter the ground around them.

Works of Paper: Kate Skakel

Kate Skakel, a New Orleans based artist and fabricator, explores sculptural approaches to paper through cuts and physical monotypes in this solo exhibition.

Skakel graduated in May 2016 from the University of Vermont with a degree in Studio Art, and spent the following fall at Yestermorrow Design and Build School studying fine furniture making and woodworking. She currently builds furniture professionally. In her visual art, Skakel works both three dimensionally, utilizing metal and wood, as well as two dimensionally, making prints and photographs.

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