Recology

Recology – Art at the Dump – Issue No. 7

Posted in Portland, Recology, Resource Recovery, San Francisco, You Should Know... by art at the dump on July 1, 2013
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Current Resident Artists

Kristin Cammermeyer and Chad Hasegawa began their residencies on June 1. Both artists are busy scavenging lumber that they’ll be using in very different ways. Kristin is building a large-scale installation in the back room and Chad is constructing panels for his paintings. Kristin’s installation is already in progress and in a perpetual state of flux. She is filming the work as she alters it, while also filming sites around the facility that are in constant change. We’re very happy to report that we’ve received the green light to have Chad paint a mural outside our Household Hazardous Waste Facility which will feature his signature bear imagery. If you’re dropping off paint, batteries, or other materials in the next three months, look out for Chad as you pull out of the driveway! Their residency exhibition will take place on Friday, September 20 from 5-9pm and Saturday, September 21 from 1-3pm.

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Visiting Artists from Haiti

Beginning in mid-August the Recology Artist in Residence Program will welcome three visiting artists from Haiti: Claudel Casseus, Romel Jean Pierre, and Racine Polycarpe. Sponsored by Project Hope Art, this mini-residency will enable the artists to use our student studio (the shipping container behind our offices), and scavenge for materials to make their art. The artists will work on-site for approximately one month and exhibit finished and in-process artwork at the Environmental Learning Center at 401 Tunnel Avenue during our September exhibition. The artists belong to Atis-Rezistans, an artist collective in Port-au-Prince whose members use recycled materials to create assemblage art. This will be Claudel and Racine’s first trip outside of Haiti.

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We’re Accepting Applications!

Applications for 2014 residencies are due August 30th. For information on how to apply and to download an application:

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GLEAN exhibition

2013 GLEAN residency artists will exhibit their work August 16 to September 8 at Disjecta in Portland, Oregon. This is the third year of the Portland-based program developed collaboratively by Recology; Cracked Pots, Inc., an environmental arts organization; and Metro, the regional government for the Portland metropolitan area. Artists Kim Lakin, Owen Premore, Eric Rosewall, Christopher Wagner, and Vicki Wilson have been working since March, scavenging for materials at the Portland Transfer Station to make their art. An opening reception will be held August 16, from 6-9pm.
www.disjecta.org

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The Art of Recology at SFO Museum on exhibit through October

We continue to hear good things from folks who have traveled on United Airlines and have seen our exhibition in Terminal 3 at SFO. Over one-hundred pieces made by forty-five artists during their Recology residencies are on display in The Art of Recology. Because the exhibition is past security and only viewable by passengers ticketed for United, a website has been created featuring video and photos of the exhibition. Experience the show virtually at: recologysf.com/SFO

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Alumni News

Current resident artist Kristin Cammermeyer has received a MacDowell Colony residency and will be there this fall after completing her work at Recology.

Updates on The Genius of Marian, Banker White’s film which follows his mother’s battle with Alzheimer’s disease, can be found here. The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and will be screened in Russia at the Moscow Film Festival this month.

Stephanie Syjuco will be busy prior to her October-January Recology residency. In addition to participating in exhibitions in cities including New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and São Paulo, Brazil, she will be an artist-in-residence at the FLACC Workplace for Visual Artists in Genk, Belgium, the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, in Omaha, and ACRE in Steuben, Wisconsin.

Nicole Repack is one of four artists in the Triton Museum of Art exhibition, Spiral: Art of the Street. The show runs from September 14 to November 17.

Upcoming Recology artist-in-resident Yulia Pinkusevich will be in Paris from July to September participating in the Cite International des Arts residency. Her work was included in the films 3020 Laguna St. In Exitum and Umoja-One. 3020 Laguna St. In Exitum premiered at the San Francisco International Film festival and features the installations of seven local artists; Umoja-One documents a collaborative project with dancer/performer Rahan Boxley and is Official Selection for the San Francisco Black Film Festival.

Dana Albany’s spaceship, The Y.E.S. Project, will be installed outside the Exploratorium on August 12. At night it will be illuminated with 130 slowly changing sequences. People will be able to crawl into the spaceship August 17 when it is part of the Exploratorium’s Trashformationevent.

Colette Crutcher and Aileen Barr are completing tilework at Cesar Chavez Park in Oakland’s Fruitvale District. The park will open in mid-July. Crutcher and Barr are also collaborating on a 75-foot-high, tiled stairway in the Sunset. There will be a community participation workshop for this project on July 20th, 1-5pm. See www.hiddengardensteps.org for more information.

Suzanne Husky has created Jardin a la Française Sauvage for the Milieux exhibition at the Domaine de Chamarande in Essonne, France. Husky has made a large French garden composed of flowers beneficial to birds and bees. It is on view through September 30.

Donna Ozawa’s Waribashi Project can be seen in Nature’s Toolbox: Biodiversity, Art and Invention at the Ulrich Museum of Art in Wichita Kansas, August 31 to December 17.

James Sansing won a grant from the Sustainable Arts Foundation. The foundation provides monetary support to parents pursuing creative work.

Michael Damm will have work in the exhibition Artists Who Teach at the Wiegand Gallery at Notre Dame de Namur University, September 17 to October 26. Damm’s work is also included in Afterglow: Rethinking California Light and Space Art at St. Mary’s College Museum of Art running from August 4 to September 29.

Erik Otto’s solo exhibition, Searching For Higher Ground, will be at the Luna Rienne Gallery in San Francisco. The exhibition is on view from August 17 to September 23, with an opening reception August 17 from 6-9pm.

Work by Val Britton will be included in the exhibition Journey Forth: Contemporary Landscape Between Technology and Tradition at Gallery Wendi Norris from July 11 to August 31. Over the summer she will also have work in exhibitions in cities including New York and Laguna Beach. She was recently profiled in Art Ltd. Magazine.

Barbara Holmes recently completed a residency in Virginia City, Nevada through Capital City Arts Initiative (CCAI). Work can be viewed here. A reception will be July 12th, 5-9pm at SMAC in Virginia City. Holmes will be an artist-in-residence at the Facebook campus in Menlo Park for six weeks this summer and will be working on a lath installation there (among other activities).

For the month of July, Karrie Hovey will be an artist-in-residence at Frank Lloyd Wright Taliesin in East in Spring Green, Wisconsin.

Work by former Recology artists-in-residence, Val Britton, Lauren DiCioccio, Julia Goodman, Jeff Hantman, Barbara Holmes, David King, Christina Mazza, Scott Oliver, and Sudhu Tewari will be featured in the de Saisset Museum’s exhibition Reduce, Reuse, Re-Imagine, from August 16 to December 6.

A watch band designed by Sirron Norris for the company Basis has recently been released. His bus stop posters promoting the San Francisco Public Library are on view around the city.

David King’s work will appear in the three-person show Cut & Paste at Hang Art Gallery in San Francisco. The show runs from July 1 to 15, with a reception July 11, 6-8pm. In August, King will be a resident artist at the Lucid Art Foundation in Inverness.

Julia Goodman will be a resident artist at Lost Coast Cultural Machine in Fort Bragg, California from August to September. Her work will be included in the exhibition, Around the Table: Food, Creativity, Community, at the San Jose Museum of Art, November 9, 2013 to April 27, 2014.

James Gouldthorpe recently received a residency at Villa Montalvo. He will be there in 2014.

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