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The Artpace 2015 Fall International Artist-In-Residence Program includes artists Larry Bamburg of Marfa, Texas; Marie Lorenz of New York City; and Cally Spooner of London. The artists began their residency at Artpace on September 14, and their works created during their residency will open to the public with free exhibitions on November 12.

  • Bamburg, who was formerly based in NYC and is a recent transplant to Texas, experiments with elements of the natural world, resulting in sculptural works. Bamburg's solo exhibition BurlsHoovesandShells at Simone Subal Gallery in New York was included in Jerry Saltz's "The 10 Best Art Shows of the Year" in New York Magazine. His wife, Jenny Moore, heads the Chinati Foundation in Marfa.
  • Lorenz explores urban waterways, collecting and documenting found objects and recording them in different ways, such as printing, casting, or making videos. In a recent exhibition at Artpace, Lorenz attempted to navigate the San Antonio Riverwalk in a boat she made herself. Lorenz also operates a water taxi in NYC where she rows tourists down the Hudson River.
  • Spooner uses theory, philosophy, pop music, and current affairs in her writing and performance. She produces plotless novellas, disjunctive scripts, looping monologues and musical arrangements to stage the movement and behavior of speech in contemporary culture. Her work satirizes pop culture figures (i.e. Tiger Woods, Beyoncé, Justin Bieber, etc.).

The exhibit will be open to the public until January 3, 2016.

The Artpace 2015 Fall International Artist-In-Residence Program includes artists Larry Bamburg of Marfa, Texas; Marie Lorenz of New York City; and Cally Spooner of London. The artists began their residency at Artpace on September 14, and their works created during their residency will open to the public with free exhibitions on November 12.

  • Bamburg, who was formerly based in NYC and is a recent transplant to Texas, experiments with elements of the natural world, resulting in sculptural works. Bamburg's solo exhibition BurlsHoovesandShells at Simone Subal Gallery in New York was included in Jerry Saltz's "The 10 Best Art Shows of the Year" in New York Magazine. His wife, Jenny Moore, heads the Chinati Foundation in Marfa.
  • Lorenz explores urban waterways, collecting and documenting found objects and recording them in different ways, such as printing, casting, or making videos. In a recent exhibition at Artpace, Lorenz attempted to navigate the San Antonio Riverwalk in a boat she made herself. Lorenz also operates a water taxi in NYC where she rows tourists down the Hudson River.
  • Spooner uses theory, philosophy, pop music, and current affairs in her writing and performance. She produces plotless novellas, disjunctive scripts, looping monologues and musical arrangements to stage the movement and behavior of speech in contemporary culture. Her work satirizes pop culture figures (i.e. Tiger Woods, Beyoncé, Justin Bieber, etc.).

The exhibit will be open to the public until January 3, 2016.

The Artpace 2015 Fall International Artist-In-Residence Program includes artists Larry Bamburg of Marfa, Texas; Marie Lorenz of New York City; and Cally Spooner of London. The artists began their residency at Artpace on September 14, and their works created during their residency will open to the public with free exhibitions on November 12.

  • Bamburg, who was formerly based in NYC and is a recent transplant to Texas, experiments with elements of the natural world, resulting in sculptural works. Bamburg's solo exhibition BurlsHoovesandShells at Simone Subal Gallery in New York was included in Jerry Saltz's "The 10 Best Art Shows of the Year" in New York Magazine. His wife, Jenny Moore, heads the Chinati Foundation in Marfa.
  • Lorenz explores urban waterways, collecting and documenting found objects and recording them in different ways, such as printing, casting, or making videos. In a recent exhibition at Artpace, Lorenz attempted to navigate the San Antonio Riverwalk in a boat she made herself. Lorenz also operates a water taxi in NYC where she rows tourists down the Hudson River.
  • Spooner uses theory, philosophy, pop music, and current affairs in her writing and performance. She produces plotless novellas, disjunctive scripts, looping monologues and musical arrangements to stage the movement and behavior of speech in contemporary culture. Her work satirizes pop culture figures (i.e. Tiger Woods, Beyoncé, Justin Bieber, etc.).

The exhibit will be open to the public until January 3, 2016.

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WHERE

Artpace
445 N. Main Ave.
San Antonio, TX 78205
http://www.artpace.org/exhibitions/iair/iair_fall_2015

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