Last call! Time is running out to see Tristin Lowe: Black Holes & Rabbit Holes! We've extended our hours this week only—the exhibition will now remain on view through Sunday, March 20. Visit us through Sunday from 11 – 5 pm to see Alice, Frosty, and Dumbo one last time.
Images: Tristin Lowe: Black Holes & Rabbit Holes, 2022, installation views. Courtesy of Joseph Hu.
Artist Tristin Lowe’s work occupies some unusual spaces in The Galleries, including these blue-winged sprites positioned on the upper ledge of a wall. Like the many strange creatures that inhabit Alice’s wonderland, these sculptures both surprise and delight us with their unusual placement and form.
IMAGE: Tristin Lowe, Black Holes & Rabbit Holes, installation view. Courtesy of Joseph Hu.
Time is running out to see Tristin Lowe: Black Holes & Rabbit Holes! ⏰
The exhibition remains on view through March 19. Visit us Monday – Saturday from 11 – 5 pm, or experience the show virtually through the link below.
As a designer, how can you advance equity and sustainability initiatives through materials and methods? Join us tomorrow in Fox Commons for an Art at Lunch lecture with Vice President of Determined by Design Sequoyah Hunter-Cuyjet '15, presented by The Galleries at Moore and Alumni Relations.
You are invited! Sign on to Zoom or join us on campus in Fox Commons this Thursday, February 17 from 11:30 – 12:30 pm for an Art at Lunch lecture by socially engaged artist Charlyn Magdaline Griffith Oro. Register here https://bit.ly/3gNoSJb
to receive the Zoom participation link.
Griffith Oro will discuss their work in progress as a Chronicling Resistance Activist-Curator Fellow. These sculptural works are created using cowrie shells. Used as a form of currency as early as the 14th century on Africa’s western coast, cowrie shells played a part in the transatlantic slave trade and continue to be used across many African religions throughout the diaspora.
Image: Charlyn Magdaline Griffith Oro, Maaluseum Cowrie Study. Courtesy of the artist.
Is Deckard a human or a replicant? Come out to The Galleries tonight at 6 pm for a FREE screening of Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner and answer this perennial question for yourself!
Come out to The Galleries this Wednesday, February 9 at 6 pm for a screening of Ridley Scott’s sci-fi, neo-noir classic Blade Runner. Released in 1982 to mixed reviews, the film has since attracted a cult following and is celebrated for its production design, evoking a gritty post-apocalyptic future. Heavily indebted to the femme fatale and cyberpunk genres, the film warns us against a capitalist future gone wrong.
It’s time we address the pink elephant in the room. Stop by The Galleries tonight from 6 – 7 pm for a tour of Tristin Lowe’s mid-career retrospective, Black Holes & Rabbit Holes. Experience the exhibition during evening hours and learn more about the ideas, processes, and context behind the works on view in this interactive discussion with the artist. 🐘💓
Image: Tristin Lowe, Dumbo, 2001, vinyl, paint, fan.
Travel to the planet of Ygam and experience the surreal world inhabited by towering blue Draags and small humanoid Oms in René Laloux’s Fantastic Planet. This animated classic will be shown tonight at 6 pm as the first of a free four-part film series held in conjunction with Tristin Lowe: Black Holes & Rabbit Holes. Can’t make it? Get next Wednesday’s screening of Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner on your calendar! 💫
Things are getting curiouser and curiouser around here! On Thursday, February 3 from 6 - 7 pm artist Tristin Lowe will give a tour of his mid-career retrospective, Black Holes & Rabbit Holes. Join us to meet the artist and learn more about the ideas, processes and context behind the work on view.
Image: Tristin Lowe, Alice in New Dress, 1998/2011, vinyl coated fabric, paint, internal fan, motor, hand-dyed and embroidered cotton.
Check out these behind-the-scenes views of Tristin Lowe: Black Holes & Rabbit Holes. We are over the moon to have this stellar work in The Galleries through March 19. 😉🌙💫
Let’s get ready to rummmblllleee! Tomorrow at 11:30, designer and Moore alum Yolanda Jernigan will join us in Fox Commons for an Art at Lunch presentation. Learn how Jernigan has combined her lifelong passion for fashion design with a love for all things wrestling to develop a business creating gear and merchandise, like the costume worn here by WWE star Karen Q. Catch the talk in person or stream it live on Moore College of Art & Design's IG.