The Armory Centre for The Arts, Pasadena, California, USA. Curated by Sinead Finnerty-Pyne.
Mixed media in laminated pouches, overhead projector and participants.
In her solo exhibition Projected Paintings, the audience can interact with the work by way of an overhead projector. Viewers are invited to create their own paintings by selecting and placing assorted laminated pouches on the glass plate surface of the projector.
Part 1: Margie Livingston, Paint as Canvas
Part 2: Analia Saban, Is this a painting?
Part 3: John Burtle, The Roomn is a Frame and/or An Accumulated Anthrome
Part 4: Liat Yossifor, Gesture (as) Consequence
Part 5: John Knuth, Desert Dispersion
Part 6: Kendell Cater, Constructs
Part 7: Kate Gilmore, Pushing Paint
Part 8: Sarah Kate Wilson, Projected Paintings
Part 9: Constance Mallinson, Free Painting
Alien, 2014. Mirrored plexiglass and aluminum fixtures.
Helium, 2014. Stretcher bars, assorted helium balloons, ribbons, helium gas canister, staple gun, instructions and participants.
Both exhibited here in the three person exhibition, Sophia Starling, Kate Terry, Sarah Kate Wilson, Newlyn Art Gallery, UK. 19th July - 27th September 2014.
Umbrellas, three coloured light bulbs (red,yellow,blue), instructions on paper (red,yellow,blue), laptop with DMX controller and participants. Dimensions variable.
Exhibited here in exhibition, Part Three: Oblique Exchange, APT Gallery, London, curated by Claire Undy, 2013.