University of Houston PDM 18: Interwoven Spaces
• April 14 (6-9pm) – Opening Reception
• April 18 (5:30-8pm) – Artist Talks with Natalia Barrientos, Aisha Lahkani, Matt Flora, and Dawn Ohmer
• April 19 (6-8pm) – Artist Talks with Arely Peña, Wesley Burns, and Jessica González
• April 20 (6-8pm) – Artist Talks with Kristen Coleman, Daniel Nolan, and Gabriel Guerrero
• April 28 (11am-2pm) – Closing reception
The University of Houston’s Photography and Digital Media Area is pleased to present a group exhibition of new works from the ten BFA candidates of the Senior class of 2018. Interwoven Spaces will run at Rudolph Blume Fine Art / ArtScan Gallery from April 14th - April 28th with an opening reception on April 14th from 6pm to 9pm and closing reception on April 28th from 11am to 2pm.
Interwoven Spaces is curated by Jason Dibley, Collections Manager of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and brings together the diverse work of the BFA 2018 Candidates. Artists include: Natalia Barrientos, Wesley Burns, Kristen Coleman, Matt Flora, Jessica González, Gabriel Guerrero, Aisha Lakhani, Daniel Nolan, Dawn Ohmer, and Arely Peña.
Dedicated to exploring ideas surrounding identity, community, memory, and social and political constructs, these artists work in a wide breadth of approaches and mediums to provoke and suggest meanings beyond immediate association. By delving into a variety of artistic practices including photography, video, alternative processes, installation, painting, and sculpture, the artists engage in conversation with each other, interweaving pieces from each diverse background to draw audiences into a space of their own.
Rudolph Blume Fine Art / ArtScan Gallery is proud to introduce the UHPDM Class of 2018 for their BFA exhibition as part of FotoFest 2018.
Gabriel Guerrero, Cara de Nopal from the series “Between Aqui y Alla”, 2017
Aisha Lakhani, Untitled from the series “Dhaaga”, 2017