The Segway Mediates The Horse | H. Klum Fine Art
March 11–28, 2013 | Littman Gallery
Reception: Thursday, March 28, 2013 | 6–9pm
H. Klum Fine Art presents an Informal Symposium in partnership with the Littman Gallery and Nina Reynolds for the month of March 2013.
All events are open to the public. The presenters and both galleries have put together a library representing the works being presented and their content. This Library was open during gallery hours, M–F 12-4:00PM.
March 11, 12-4:00 PM: Gallery and Library are open. First day for viewing F.A.Q., the selected video works and installation of Language Arts.
Language Arts is a project by Nadia Buyse and Jodie Cavalier that takes many forms, Including curated screenings, publications, video, performance, online works, lectures, and installations. Nadia Buyse is one half of Language Arts. Nadia Buyse is a trans-disciplinary visual artist and musician living in Portland. As a musician, she has been in at least 30 bands she can remember. Nadia has toured the United States and Europe, playing in a range of spaces from music festivals, punk clubs, house shows, and discotheques. She has also exhibited work internationally and nationally, including the MDW Art Fair in Chicago, Beta Spaces in New York, and dOCUMENTA (13). She has recently received an MFA in Visual Studies from Paci!c Northwest College of Art and shortly after participated at the ART STAYS residency program in Slovenia, went on a European tour with her multimedia music project DUBAIS, and performed in the Free the Word Tour in the Republic of Georgia. Jodie Cavalier is one half of Language Arts. Jodie Cavalier is a trans-disciplinary artist and curator. She has an MFA in Visual Studies from Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon and a BA in Art Practice from the University of California, Berkeley. She recently was selected by the Regional Arts & Culture Council to install a public work in the Portland Building in downtown Portland, Oregon. She has alsoexhibited work at EXO Project Space in Chicago, CoCA in Seattle, and Washington State University.
March 12, 1:00 PM: Nina Reynolds presents: SUPERSTRUCTURES
Nina Reynolds studies art history and cultural theory among a myriad of other things. She is interested in material culture on an ethical and aesthetic level. She observes culture and writes about it oen outside of the scrutiny of the institution as well as within. She is a curatorial coordinator at Littman and White Galleries, an editor for NOW Triennale, a barista, dog mother, noise maker, and warm friend. Reynolds has worked with many global artists as a curatorial assistant for the Gwangju Biennale. She currently resides in Portland and attends PSU.
March 13, 12-4:00 PM: Gallery and Library are open.
March 14, 12-4:00 PM: Gallery and Library are open.
March 15, 3:00 PM: Alisa Bones presents: Subtractive Painting: or, ADHD Color Fields.
March 18, 12:00 PM: Travis Fitzgerald presents: Appendix. 3:00 PM: Rebecca R. Peel presents: Actually not a wall
March 19, 3:00 PM: James Papadopoulos presents:
James Papadopoulos is an artist and curator living and working in Chicago. He received his Visual Studies at the Paci!c Northwest College of Art in Portland, OR. and his BFA in painting at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Papadopoulos founded and served as the Chief Curator of Portland’s ME∑(s)A Project Space, dedicated to the installation of site-specific, participatory art and events. He is also the current director of EXO Project Space: a site speci!c basketball pole (converted to a flag pole) which invites national artists to raise flags over the period of one month outside the artist’s childhood home.
March 20, 12-4:00 PM: Gallery and Library are open.
March 21, 3:00 PM: Linden How presents: Occasional Rays
Linden How is a performance, video, and text artist working in Portland, OR. She is currently in the !nal year of her MFA in Visual Studies candidacy at Paci!c Northwest College of Art. She has exhibited in Portland at Disjecta, MFA Gallery Central, H. Klum Fine Art and MFA in Lodge Gallery at Allied Works, and in Montana at Catalyst. residency at Caldera outside of Sisters, OR.
March 22, 2:00 PM: Nicolo Gentile presents: Please Follow Me
March 25, 1:30 PM: John David Knight and Lydia Rosenberg present: The Segway Mediates the Horse
Lydia Rosenberg is an multidisciplinary artist, writer and curator who lives and works in Portland, OR where she received her BFA in Intermedia from Paci!c Northwest College of Art in 2010. She has exhibited her work in Portland including Carhole, and Worksound Gallery. Most recently she has shown at EXO Project Space in Chicago, IL, the Juried Alumni Exhibition: TRUST at PNCA and the 2012 CoCA Seattle Juried Exhibition. Rosenberg is co-founder of H. Klum Fine Art, an exhibition space for artists born after 1980, located in a studio apartment in Portland, OR.
March 26, 2–4:00 PM: Daniel J. Glendening presents: An Attempted Partial Taxonomy of Rocks: An Adaptation
March 27, 12:00 PM: Chloe Dietz presents: CENTRAL
Chloé Dietz is a multidisciplinary artist and creative researcher based in Portland, Oregon and Brooklyn, New York. Her is a series of questions about landscape representation, literature, movement, transhistorical narrative, and the geographical imaginary of North America. She is the founder and principal investigator of the geographical research initiative, CENTRAL, currently based in Portland, Oregon. CENTRAL uses a multimedia approach to geographical inquiry with a plural imperative to transcribe, describe and inscribe its own pathway through the discursive landscape of the United States.
March 28, 6–9:00 PM: Closing reception, round table discussion, catalog release.