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Anatomy of Oil Anatomy of Oil

Anatomy of Oil

Susanna Battin, Kate Kendall, LA Transcendental Listenings, Michael Mandiberg, Nina Sarnelle, Molly Tierney, Elia Vargas

Gas Los Angeles, California, USA 09/15/2018 – 11/24/2018

Anatomy of Oil is a group exhibition exploring oil production around Los Angeles. The oil industry greatly influenced the development of the city, which continues to maintain many active extraction sites, often in close proximity to schools, homes, and parks. In some cases, companies build creative solutions to hide oil derricks, disguising them as trees or towers. The

Anatomy of Oil, Installation Shot. Photo by Andy Bennett and Colleen Hargaden. Image courtesy of Gas Susanna Battin and Kate Kendall, Gas-for-Water, 2018. Photo by Andy Bennett and Colleen Hargaden. Image courtesy of Gas Nina Sarnelle, Sound for the long hole, 2018. Photo by Andy Bennett and Colleen Hargaden. Image courtesy of Gas Anatomy of Oil is a

The Return of Coatlicue

The Return of Coatlicue

Marela Zacarias

Wasserman Projects Detroit, Michigan, USA 10/05/2018 – 12/15/2018

Wasserman Projects presents The Return of Coatlicue, an exhibition of new work by the Mexican-American artist Marela Zacarias. Trained as a muralist, Zacarias is now recognized for her site-specific practice of merging sculpture and painting into works that are informed by her research into the history of a place. For her exhibition at Wasserman Projects, Zacarias takes

Installation view, Marela Zacarias, The Return of Coatlicue at Wasserman Projects, Detroit, 2018. Photography by P.D. Rearick Installation view, Marela Zacarias, The Return of Coatlicue at Wasserman Projects, Detroit, 2018. Photography by P.D. Rearick Installation view, Marela Zacarias, The Return of Coatlicue at Wasserman Projects, Detroit, 2018. Photography by P.D. Rearick Wasserman Projects presents The Return of Coatlicue, an exhibition of new work

Circlusion

Circlusion

Genevieve Belleveau

Garden Los Ángeles, California, USA 10/27/2018 – 02/03/2019

Garden presents Circlusion, Genevieve Belleveau’s first solo exhibition. Coined by writer Bini Adamczak, circlusion is a proposed antonym of the term penetration. Circlusion poses a speculative shift in the framing of sexual power and politics, assuming agency around the acts of enclosing, encircling, engulfing, and surrounding. Featuring works spanning a variety of media including photography, installation,

Genevieve Belleveau, Circlusion, Garden, 2018, installation view. Photo: Ian Byers-Gamber. Courtesy the artist and Garden, Los Angeles Genevieve Belleveau, Angiosperm’s Milk, 2018. Sunflower reproduction, liquid latex, silicone lube. 8 x 12 x 11 inches. Photo: Ian Byers-Gamber. Courtesy the artist and Garden, Los Angeles Genevieve Belleveau, Circlusion, Garden, 2018, installation view. Photo: Ian Byers-Gamber. Courtesy

I See You I See You

I See You

Curated by Storm Janse van Rensburg, Humberto Moro, and Ben Tollefson

SCAD Museum of Art Savannah, Georgia, USA 07/26/2018 – 12/30/2018

Presented by the SCAD Museum of Art, the group exhibition I See You considers the human body as terrain that is constantly subject to different forces. Through geographical, economic, political, historical, psychological and social dynamics, the body is pressured—even physically affected—by the weight of abstract structures. This exhibition explores the ways in which these factors

I See You. Installation view at SCAD Museum of Art. Photo courtesy of SCAD Museum of Art I See You. Installation view at SCAD Museum of Art. Photo courtesy of SCAD Museum of Art I See You. Installation view at SCAD Museum of Art. Photo courtesy of SCAD Museum of Art Presented by the SCAD