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Press Release: Window Works: Randy Wallace:
Feb 8, 2007 pr 29, 2007
For Immediate Release: February 5, 2007
Media Contact: Celina Emery
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SAN ANTONIO, TX ?ewed through Artpace’s Main Avenue windows, Randy Wallace’s Unsettlement
exposes the interior of a log cabin in which something has gone awry. Using sculpture, set design, and mixed media, Wallace’s installation is reminiscent of a scene from a Grimm Brothers’ fairytale?oreboding fantasy world ruled by a dire moral reality. Throughout the run of the exhibition the interior cabin scene will change as if items are disturbed by an unseen drama unfolding within. Enchantment awaits passersby and Artpace visitors at Wallace’s ever-changing installation.
is part of WindowWorks
, an exhibition program in which Artpace annually commissions three local artists to produce site-specific projects for its windows that face downtown San Antonio’s busy North Main Avenue. The program demonstrates Artpace’s commitment to extending the dialogue about contemporary art beyond traditional gallery spaces. Past WindowWorks artists have included Rhonda Kuhlman, Ethel Shipton, Alejandro Diaz, Rae Culbert, and Riley Robinson.
The opening reception for Unsettlement
will be held Thursday, February 8 from 6:30 to 8:30pm in conjunction with the opening of Jesse Amado
in the Hudson (Show)Room. Unsettlement
will be on display through April 29, 2007. WindowWorks is made possible in part by the City of San Antonio, Office of Cultural Affairs with additional support from Texas Commission on the Arts.
About The Artist
Randy Wallace received his MFA from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2000. His work has been exhibited at Blue Star Contemporary Center (2005), McNay Art Museum (2005), and Sala Diaz (2004). Wallace has been included in exhibitions such as Southern Space Project, Southern Music Building (2005), New Stars/CAM 19 (2004), and CAM Billboard Project (2005), all in San Antonio, Texas.
Artpace San Antonio serves as an advocate for contemporary art and as a catalyst for the creation of significant art projects. We seek to nurture emerging and established artists and to provide opportunities for inspiration, experimentation, and education. Our programs support the evolution of new ideas in contemporary art and cultivate diverse audiences while providing a forum for ongoing dialogue.
Artpace is located downtown at 445 North Main Avenue, between Savings and Martin streets, San Antonio, Texas. Free parking is available on the corner of Savings and N. Flores streets. Artpace is open to the public Wednesday through Sunday, 12-5 PM, Thursday, 12-8 PM, and by appointment. Admission is free.
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