David Winton Bell Gallery

Currently On View

June 10, 2017 - July 9, 2017

Thread on plywood, smoke and foliage, cast pigment on drywall, nail polish on slip-cast porcelain, and electroplated grapevines. Kim Faler’s art is an alchemy of everyday things, cultivating empathy for our ability to apprehend and appreciate beauty in the fleeting moments of life. Through sculpture, installation, photography, and drawing, she makes the mundane mysterious and the common uncanny.

Curated by Ian Alden Russell
Image: Kim Faler, Detail of Sonder, 2016. Electroplated grapevines (copper, chrome, gold), latex paint, epoxy and steel. Originally commissioned and produced by Artpace, San Antonio.

Location Bell Gallery
June 10, 2017 - July 9, 2017

While Still Before Us After All places Kai Franz’s art in conversation with the architecture of List Art Building, designed by iconic American modernist Philip Johnson. New sculptures included here were conceived in response to the grids of concrete, stone, and wood in the List Art lobby. The sculptures are reminiscent of the texture and tone of Brutalist concrete architecture, yet the variability and dynamics of their forms appear organic and expressive.

Curated by Ian Alden Russell 
Image: Kai Franz, Reset, 2017. CNC-code, CAM-software, plopper (dual-axis precision deposition system), polyurethane, sand.

Location List Art Lobby