Saturday, August 19, 7-10 p.m.
2606 Lawrence St, Denver, CO 80205
In Rino. The entrance to the lot is on 26th between Lawrence and Arapahoe.
Drive-In: Personal Space is a one-night exhibition that will take place, outdoors, in a Rino construction lot. The exhibition will feature 13 artists who will use their vehicles as exhibition spaces.
Co-curated by Ruth Bruno and Cortney Lane Stell
Artists: Amber Cobb, Graham Eschen, Tobias Fike, Kate Gonda, Caleb Hahne, Lucas McMahon, Dimitri Obergfell, Zach Reini, Nick Silici, Gretchen Schaefer, Laura Shill, Kristen Sink, Mario Zoots
Sound Performances by: Killd by and Kim Shively
Drive-In: Personal Space is the first exhibition in a series of one-night pop up exhibitions which feature contemporary art in vehicles, as exhibition spaces. Visitors will be invited to sit inside of or peer into car windows to see a variety of multi-media installations.
Pop Up Experiments are a Black Cube program that engages Colorado artists to produce experimental temporary exhibitions. This program builds the local creative community by fostering new forms of expression, and promoting unique exhibition opportunities – outside of the white cube – that give the public unexpected experiences with contemporary art. Through this program we bring together local contemporary artists in dialogue with a curator to conceptualize artworks for innovative, short-term public exhibitions.
*Image 1: Gretchen Schaefer, work in progress
*Image 2: Zach Reini, car, bouncy castle, 2017
This exhibition is made possible through the support of the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation, RedLine, TreeHouse Brokerage + Development, Root Residential LLC, and S*Park. Check them out at www.liveatspark.com