The Artpace Blog

7
May

From the Archive: SET

On May 5, 2016, Artpace presented SET – a collaborative traveling exhibition program by visual artists and musicians that re-defined the moving image through the context of divergent sites and live soundtracks. Experimental in nature, the project considers the ways in which artists work in anticipation of an unknown auditory response and, in turn, how […]

30
Apr

Kim Morgan: Sigh (Fall 2016)

For her Artpace Project, Sigh, Kim Morgan (Fall 2016) focused her investigation on blood, of which she writes, “Blood is the material fabric of our life and therefore we have a profound and dynamic relationship to it. It has medical, social, and political meanings and consequences. Blood is woven into our language to define relationships (blood […]

28
Apr

Simryn Gill: Becoming a Plant

In 1999, spring resident artist Simryn Gill described the inspiration for her exhibition Vegetation as being derived from her desire “to be a plant in the American landscape” and her investigation of the complexities that surround what it means to be indigenous. During her residency, Gill explored the West Texas landscape for native plants and […]

27
Apr

San Antonio Express-News: The public is the missing piece in spring artist-in-residence installations at Artpace in San Antonio

Artist Milagros de la Torre had been looking forward to watching people interact with “Recollection #1,” an array of convex mirrors hung on the wall with constellations etched into the surface. De la Torre, who is based in New York, created the piece during her spring Artpace residency. “I was looking forward to making photos […]