Take a warehouse space near Salt Lake City’s baseball stadium, throw in a team of dancers, choreographers, artists and architects and tell them to create a work together. If it sounds a bit like our co-lab series, that’s precisely why we’re excited about it. But whereas we give […]
As with all juried shows, this year’s annual Utah Ties exhibition is an inconsistent mixed bag —some works evoke the grotesque and the abject, while others are quietly beautiful and even majestic. As a collective, the show includes a select number of truly remarkable pieces here and there […]
In an observation regarding humankind’s cerebral relationship to the landscape, controversial author Salmon Rushdie once stated, “we will, in short, create fictions, not actual cities or villages, but imaginary homelands, Indias of the mind.” Many have cited the interconnected discourses of art, environment and human perception. […]
an exhibition review of Adam Bateman: Literal Sculptures at the Kimball Art Center through November 15th Don’t believe everything you read. Or at least don’t swallow it wholesale, for words are slippery things. They can mask something just as easily as they can point to it – […]
Adam Bateman makes large post-minimalist sculptures that explore the relationship between words and what they mean. He uses pasta letters, books, sound.