Unnatural Urges

How do you plan to utilize the space after the exhibition opens? I will continue to work in the space after the exhibition opens and use it as a film […]


What spurred your interest in creating this new film in Marfa? Marfa is very special in the sense that attracts visitors who all come to experience the Chinati and the […]

Political Evolution

What was the origination of your Political Evolution series? When I graduated from college in 1969, the Vietnam War was raging. My boyfriend didn’t want to get drafted and I […]

LIFT: an exhibition of kites

Kite strings trace a 2,500-year trajectory through human history. Originating in ancient China, the kite spread worldwide to be used for recreation, war, communication, and atmospheric inquiry. They have risen […]

You Don’t Know My Horizon

Kim Faler’s work slows down time in an attempt to highlight the small moments—the intangibles—that exist around us. Central to this task are the multiple definitions of the word “present” […]


In Salv., Lily Cox-Richard explores stewardship asking, “How does value work?” which she unpacks via a winding account involving the National Park system, accidents, art historic bravado, asphalt, copper, and […]


Kim Morgan is interested in human relationships as they exist between things, other people, and places. She explores this by focusing on materiality, thinking about the role that tactility plays […]

Flora, Fauna, Landscape

WHAT WAS YOUR INSPIRATION FOR CREATING THIS WORK? All my work comes directly from elements of my immediate environment. I’ve lived mainly on the east coast surrounded by giant trees, […]


This exhibition presents new work by three artists, Jessica Halonen, Ryder Richards, and Kamila Szczesna, selected from Artpace’s Texas Open Call by guest curator Denise Markonish (MASS MoCA) and curated […]

Talctotile, Talctotire

What is your process for creating these sculptures? In a lot of my work I’m concerned with the conditions under which something gets made and how those conditions manifest in […]

Flotsam and Derelict

Tell us about your project. A lot of my work is about exploring urban coastlines, so when I got to Texas I was thinking about the Gulf and how it’s […]