Solo Shows By: Adriane Colburn, Frederick Loomis, Kerry Tribe, Jessica Tully

Adriane Colburn’s exhibition reconstructs personal and social history through the study and reinterpretation of maps, photographs, and other historical documents. Frederick Loomis’ exhibition presents a series of graphite drawings by Edward Mathew Taylor, a fictitious individual constructed by Loomis in the attempt to focus attention on the artwork rather than the artist. Kerry Tribe’s exhibition investigates memory, perception, and subjectivity by exploring encounters with light through abstract imagery of colored light. Jessica Tully’s exhibition explores the intersection between performance and social sculpture, and often incorporates dance, political activism and Hip Hop culture.

Publication date: 

Saturday, April 09, 2005

Publication writer(s): 

Abner Nolan
Courtney Fink
Joseph del Pesco
Leah Modigliani

Publication artist(s): 

Adriane Colburn
Frederick Loomis
Kerry Tribe
Jessica Tully

Publication designer(s): 

Zaldy Serrano

Publication publisher(s): 

Southern Exposure

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Publication dimensions: 

8.5 x 5.5 inches

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