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A nonprofit nomadic art museum that produces site-specific contemporary art in the public realm.

WE ARE BODIES (The Archaeology Files)

Anuar Maauad

Anuar Maauad, WE ARE BODIES (The Archaeology Files), Black Cube Headquarters, Colorado, 2022. Courtesy the artist and Black Cube. Photo: Third Dune Productions.

A selection of large-scale 3D-printed sculptures based on expressive, handmade clay self-portraits created by participants in workshops Maauad has led over the past thirteen years.

September 13, 2022

"A Nomadic Art Museum: Black Cube 2015 – 2020" Book — $65.00

"A Nomadic Art Museum: Black Cube 2015 – 2020" Book

This book examines the reemergence of site-specific contemporary art in the American West and beyond, as seen through the oeuvre of Black Cube, a nomadic contemporary art museum.

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La inclusión de mi raza (The inclusion of my race)

Gabriel Rico

Gabriel Rico, La inclusion de mi raza, Tail Tracks Plaza, Colorado, 2022. Courtesy the artist, Black Cube, and the Biennial of the Americas. Photo: Third Dune Productions.

A series of outdoor totemic sculptures by Mexican artist Gabriel Rico at Tail Tracks Plaza created using diverse objects donated by the Denver community and layered with an augmented reality (AR) component.

August 8, 2022

Gabriel Rico on his Public Art Installation in Downtown Denver

© María Rincón. Photo courtesy of  OMR, Perrotin, and Gabriel Rico Estudio.

" I think seeing ourselves as one helps us build a better functioning relationship with nature and also to rebuild the damaged relationship that exists among humans."

August 2, 2022

A nonprofit nomadic art museum that produces site-specific contemporary art in the public realm.

Tree Talks (Summer)

Ben Kinsley

Courtesy of Daniel Mullaney

Seasonal talks organized by artist Ben Kinsley focused on understanding the Quaking Aspen tree from a multitude of perspectives.

July 27, 2022

"A Nomadic Art Museum: Black Cube 2015 – 2020" Book — $65.00

"A Nomadic Art Museum: Black Cube 2015 – 2020" Book

This book examines the reemergence of site-specific contemporary art in the American West and beyond, as seen through the oeuvre of Black Cube, a nomadic contemporary art museum.

HQ Public Hours! Schedule a visit!

Artist Fellow

Lauren Halsey

Lauren Halsey, Photo: Russell Hamilton, Courtesy of David Kordansky Gallery

Lauren Halsey is a current Black Cube Artist Fellow.

July 20, 2022

Edge Effect

Biennial of the Americas x Black Cube

Edge Effect

Presented by the Biennial of the Americas with artistic direction by Black Cube, Edge Effect features a public art installation in Downtown Denver by artist Gabriel Rico and community programming.

July 20, 2022

A nonprofit nomadic art museum that produces site-specific contemporary art in the public realm.

Tree Talks (Spring)

Ben Kinsley

Courtesy Jessica Langley

Seasonal talks organized by artist Ben Kinsley focused on understanding the Quaking Aspen tree from a multitude of perspectives.

May 23, 2022

"A Nomadic Art Museum: Black Cube 2015 – 2020" Book — $65.00

"A Nomadic Art Museum: Black Cube 2015 – 2020" Book

This book examines the reemergence of site-specific contemporary art in the American West and beyond, as seen through the oeuvre of Black Cube, a nomadic contemporary art museum.

HQ Public Hours! Schedule a visit!

Artist Fellow

Brendan Fernandes

Brendan Fernandes. Courtesy of the artist and Monique Meloche Gallery. Photography: Nathan Keay

Brendan Fernandes is a current Black Cube Artist Fellow.

May 5, 2022

Artist Fellow

Jordan Loeppky-Kolesnik

Artist Fellow

Jordan Loeppky-Kolesnik is a current Black Cube Artist Fellow. Loeppky-Kolesnik will be working collaboratively with Rindon Johnson throughout the duration of the fellowship.

May 5, 2022

A nonprofit nomadic art museum that produces site-specific contemporary art in the public realm.

Artist Fellow

Rindon Johnson

Artist Fellow

Rindon Johnson is a current Black Cube Artist Fellow. Johnson will be working collaboratively with Jordan Loeppky-Kolesnik throughout the duration of the fellowship.

May 5, 2022

"A Nomadic Art Museum: Black Cube 2015 – 2020" Book — $65.00

"A Nomadic Art Museum: Black Cube 2015 – 2020" Book

This book examines the reemergence of site-specific contemporary art in the American West and beyond, as seen through the oeuvre of Black Cube, a nomadic contemporary art museum.

HQ Public Hours! Schedule a visit!

Artist Fellow

Julie Béna

Julie Béna © Margot Montigny

Julie Béna is a current Black Cube Artist Fellow.

May 5, 2022

Clay Workshop

Anuar Maauad

Clay Workshop

A special workshop led by Mexico City-based artist and Black Cube Artist Fellow, Anuar Maauad.

March 3, 2022

A nonprofit nomadic art museum that produces site-specific contemporary art in the public realm.

Tree Talks (Winter)

Ben Kinsley

Photo by Daniel Mullaney

Seasonal talks organized by artist Ben Kinsley focused on understanding the Quaking Aspen tree from a multitude of perspectives.

December 2, 2021

"A Nomadic Art Museum: Black Cube 2015 – 2020" Book — $65.00

"A Nomadic Art Museum: Black Cube 2015 – 2020" Book

This book examines the reemergence of site-specific contemporary art in the American West and beyond, as seen through the oeuvre of Black Cube, a nomadic contemporary art museum.

HQ Public Hours! Schedule a visit!

Tree Talks (Fall)

Ben Kinsley

Tree Talks (Fall)

Seasonal talks organized by artist Ben Kinsley focused on understanding the Quaking Aspen tree from a multitude of perspectives.

October 8, 2021

The Whites Are Coming/Spectator Sport

Gregg Deal

The Whites Are Coming/Spectator Sport

A performance and Indigenous response to the Bicentennial Anniversary Celebration of the Santa Fe Trail.

September 27, 2021

movement toward the Other

Group Exhibition

movement toward the Other

Nine artists survey subjects of sex, love, hate, vulnerability, agency, and power dynamics to unveil vignettes of the interrelation between the self and not-self (Other).

August 7, 2021

Adam Milner on Public Sculptures in NYC

Adam Milner on Public Sculptures in NYC

“For me, the reason to be an artist is to stay open, stay uncertain, to nurture imagination, intuition, and criticality.”

July 1, 2021

Public Sculptures

Adam Milner

Adam Milner, Untitled Cone, 2021, stainless steel, balloons. Exhibited at Restoration Worship Temple, Brooklyn, NY, Public Sculptures (June 14—August 15, 2021). Courtesy of the artist and Black Cube.

A multi-site exhibition that presented discreet sculptures at thirteen sites across New York City, including a bodega, a cemetery, and a friend’s SUV.

June 7, 2021

Matt Barton on his First Permanent Installation in Denver

AutoCAD rendering of "Community Forms"

“I was thinking of semi-permeable membranes, and the transfer of energy between people and things. The distinctions aren’t as rigid as we often think they are.”

May 17, 2021

Community Forms 

Matt Barton

Community Forms 

An outdoor, permanent, sculptural installation that encourages freeform interaction and serves as a novel solution to flood mitigation.

May 10, 2021

Artist Fellow

Anna Uddenberg

Anna Uddenberg. Photo copyright Franz Grünewald.

Anna Uddenberg is a current Black Cube Artist Fellow. Uddenberg's fellowship project will open in 2022.

April 19, 2021

Artist Fellow

Marguerite Humeau

Marguerite Humeau, 2017. Photo by Florine Bonaventure.

Marguerite Humeau is a current Black Cube Artist Fellow. Humeau's site-specific fellowship project Orisons will open in 2023.

April 19, 2021

clock-watching

Group Exhibition

clock-watching

A series of videos projected nightly on the facade of a historic clocktower that explored tracking time by the day of the week.

April 1, 2021

Artist VVrkshop by Paddy Johnson

This programming is free and open to all artists. Registration is required.

November 22, 2020

A Virtual Monument

Jaime Carrejo

A Virtual Monument

Featured in the Garden del Rio Grande during the Ars Electronica Festival, this digital monument dedicated to immigrants could be experienced using VR technology.   

September 9, 2020

Impossible Sites: A COVID-19 Artist Relief Award

Impossible Sites: A COVID-19 Artist Relief Award

7 artists awarded from our 2nd COVID-19 Artist Relief Award share their concepts for imaginary—or “impossible”—public artworks.

August 7, 2020

Alejandro Almanza Pereda Sets Up a New Studio in MX through Alumni Grant 

Alejandro Almanza Pereda Sets Up a New Studio in MX through Alumni Grant 

“In my experience, in any moving you go through, you need to go through all your stuff…and you realize that you have a lot of gems that have been put on the side.”

August 5, 2020

Interview w/ Philanthropist Sabrina Merage Naim

Interview w/ Philanthropist Sabrina Merage Naim

“Art is boundless and, in my experience, one of the most effective ways to create dialogue of sometimes sensitive or controversial issues.”

April 30, 2020

Colorado Artists Answer Questions Posed at Black Cube’s Monthly Artist Brunch

Colorado Artists Answer Questions Posed at Black Cube’s Monthly Artist Brunch

“My hope was to start a larger conversation about how we together as artists can support and help artist-run spaces continue to sustain and grow.”

April 13, 2020

Big Opening Event

Nina Sarnelle

Big Opening Event

A satirical video installation intended to puncture fanfare surrounding Amazon's widespread commercial development, presented at the 2020 SPRING/BREAK Art Show.

February 13, 2020

Cadet Chapel | Chapel Cadet

Jaimie Henthorn

Cadet Chapel | Chapel Cadet

Filmed at the iconic United States Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel, this video merged subjects of military drill, worship space, and electronic dance music.  

January 23, 2020

Inside the Cadet Chapel w/ Jaimie Henthorn

Inside the Cadet Chapel w/ Jaimie Henthorn

“I do think there is a charge to the work in the way it brings up power structures—architecture’s implicit involvement and the cadets’ vulnerability.”

January 21, 2020

If once we ever were

Jaime Carrejo

If once we ever were

Located in the plaza of the Colorado Convention Center, this sculpture was a temporary monument composed of chain-link fencing in the form of a triumphal arch. The fencing acted as a metaphor for boundaries—the delineation of private and public space, the division of geographical borders, and the separation of rights.

December 6, 2019

Andreas Greiner on Monument for the 308 

Andreas Greiner on Monument for the 308 

“For me, art is a way of metaphorically pointing out our human condition, the status quo of society at a certain moment in time.”

November 20, 2019

Laura Merage on Black Cube’s New Colorado HQ    

Exterior of Black Cube Headquarters located in Colorado; Photo by From the Hip Photo

“I feel that the headquarters is a resource for a stronger art community and enhances our ability to accomplish that much more.”

October 25, 2019

SANGREE on their Residency Abroad in Prague

SANGREE on their Residency Abroad in Prague

“What we really liked about Prague’s art scene was its infrastructure. Specifically, the studio facilities that don’t, or barely, exist in Mexico City.”

October 6, 2019

Our House

Noah Manos

Our House

Designed to gradually erode over time, this salt cast monument focused on concepts of memory, entropy, sense of place, and built environments.

September 27, 2019

The Fulfillment Center

Group Exhibition

The Fulfillment Center

Eighteen artists presented a global perspective on the swiftly expanding subjects of digital economy, global transit, automation, and human labor ethics.  

September 18, 2019

Martin Kohout on his International Residency in Mexico City

Martin Kohout on his International Residency in Mexico City

Czech artist shares his residency experience in Mexico City via a voice typing assistant.

September 6, 2019

Monument for the 308 

Andreas Greiner 

Monument for the 308 

Comprised of 3D-printed bones, this 24-ft-tall sculpture of a Ross 308 broiler chicken skeleton stood as a symbol of the Anthropocene.

September 2, 2019

SHARE

Anuar Maauad

SHARE

Installed on 100 building facades and measuring only two inches tall, these inconspicuous, bronze, text installations can be found throughout the city.

September 1, 2019

WE

Nikki Pike

WE

A temporary monument that opened with a series of live performances by nine cultural laborers who responded to aspects of power dynamics and underrepresentation.

July 12, 2019

For Freedoms 

Freedom of Speech 

For Freedoms 

A large triptych of billboards that reinterpreted Norman Rockwell’s iconic 1943 Freedom of Speech painting to reflect the diversity of American identities today.

July 12, 2019

Nikki Pike on her Temporary Monument to Denver

"WE," a temporary monument to Denver by Nikki Pike

“The challenge comes with a hope that each person in their order of privilege will reconsider their prosperity and leverage privilege toward others who are fighting to survive.”

June 15, 2019

Unearthed/Desenterrado

Adriana Corral

Unearthed/Desenterrado

A traveling exhibition that called attention to historical and present-day human rights violations along the U.S.—Mexico border.

April 15, 2019

Amber Cobb on Participating in Black Cube’s Talk With Your Mouth Full

Amber Cobb on Participating in Black Cube’s Talk With Your Mouth Full

“The conversations allowed us to open up as artists and tear down the facade we often see via social media.”

April 12, 2019

All the Birds of North America

Jiří Kovanda

Jiří Kovanda, All the Birds of North America, 2018. 30’ RV and parking lot, Denver, CO. Courtesy of the artist and Black Cube. Photo by by Michal Novotný.

An intervention of objects turned sculptures meticulously placed within a 30’ RV and parking lot across from the Colorado State Capitol.

September 10, 2018

Valley Boy

Jon Geiger

Valley Boy

An exhibition comprised of whimsical sculptures and 2D assemblages that continued the artist’s interest in meditative Western landscapes.

August 17, 2018

6 Artists Discuss Using their Cars as Basis for Contemporary Artworks

6 Artists Discuss Using their Cars as Basis for Contemporary Artworks

“Even though my car is a very practical and common vehicle, I was still able to draw inspiration from it regarding a topic that I care about—namely, ethics in technology.”

August 13, 2018

Drive-In: House of Cars

Group Exhibition

Drive-In: House of Cars

Located in a parking garage, the third Drive-In exhibition featured installations by 11 artists who explored the association between parked cars and their built environment.

August 1, 2018

Interview w/ Black Cube’s Founder Laura Merage

Laura Merage, Founder of Black Cube

“Black Cube has helped not only the public have more encounters with art, but has also encouraged artists to think differently and construct art using a new lens.”

July 9, 2018

Devon Dikeou on her Black Cube Fellowship Exhibition in Prague

Devon Dikeou on her Black Cube Fellowship Exhibition in Prague

“There is something inspiring about things you don’t know that well, but can appreciate, and if that can enter your practice, so much the better.”

June 27, 2018

Tricia Nixon: Summer of 1973

Devon Dikeou

Devon Dikeou, Tricia Nixon: Summer of 1973 (exhibition view), 2018. Courtesy of the artist, Black Cube, and Centre for Contemporary Art FUTURA.

Visually sparse, this exhibition held a ghost-like recollection of history, story, personal experience, and perceptions of American culture.

June 21, 2018

Between Us: The Downtown Denver Alleyways Project

Group Exhibition

Between Us: The Downtown Denver Alleyways Project

Four artists produce public art installations for alleyways in downtown Denver, encouraging viewers to observe the overlooked parts of our urban environment.

June 15, 2018

Soft Something

Matt Barton

Soft Something

An immersive multimedia installation that blurred the boundaries between gallery, greenhouse, and sanctuary.

June 8, 2018

Animated Screens

Group Exhibition

Animated Screens

Displayed on outdoor advertising screens, these videos subverted the traditional commercial use of digital billboards and confronted technology’s daily influence on our well-being.

June 1, 2018

Baker-Miller Pink

John Roemer

Baker-Miller Pink

A billboard installation featuring a triptych of monochromatic vinyl panels in a shade of pink that theoretically alters behavior.

May 1, 2018

Unearthed: Desenterrado

Adriana Corral

Adriana Corral, Unearthed: Desenterrado, 2018. Rio Vista Farm, Socorro, TX. Courtesy of the artist and Black Cube.

Located within the historic grounds of the Rio Vista Farm, this outdoor, counter-monument spoke to the deeply rooted history between the U.S. and Mexico.

March 9, 2018

Go Skate Day

Community Forms

Matt Barton, Community Forms, 2021, concrete, formed earth, recycled materials, landscaping. Site-specific installation located at the TAXI Campus in Denver, Colorado. Photo by Third Dune Productions. Courtesy of the artist and Black Cube.

Celebrate Go Skate Day with Black Cube, 303 Boards, and TAXI at Community Forms.

May 24, 2022

Historic Site

Lenka Clayton and Phillip Andrew Lewis

Historic Site

An absurdly long, permanent, bronze plaque that chronicles the 600-million-year history of the artists’ studio and new project space, Gallery Closed. 

September 18, 2021

clock-watching: Interview w/ 7 Participating Artists 

clock-watching: Interview w/ 7 Participating Artists 

7 artists reflect on their projection-based works for Denver’s historic clock tower and how they perceive time amidst a global pandemic.

April 8, 2021

De esos polvos estos barros

Alejandro Almanza Pereda

De esos polvos estos barros

A short film that examines the artisanal manufacturing of fired clay bricks in western Mexico.

February 26, 2021

Alejandro Almanza Pereda on the Making of his First Short Film

Alejandro Almanza Pereda photographing a kiln in Magdalena, Jalisco during film production.

“Ordinary building seems artificial, homogeneous, so simple and cold that you might not notice it's made by human hands, where each brick is unique.”

January 20, 2021

Virtual Book Launch: Black Cube’s First 5 Years

Virtual Book Launch: Black Cube’s First 5 Years

This programming is free and open to all. Registration is required.

November 23, 2020

Scott Andrew & Jesse Factor on Chimera

Chimera. Photo by Scott Andrew.

“Fascination with the mythological past, the digital present, and the cybernetic future informed ideas of an illusory, flamboyantly genderless fantasia.”

November 12, 2020

Welcoming 2020 Artist Fellows Lenka Clayton & Phillip Andrew Lewis

The Gifts / Collaboration between Lenka Clayton and Phillip Andrew Lewis / Headlands Center for the Arts, CA / July 2017

“How can we tell a story of a site that begins before the land rose out of the ocean, and extends as far as scientists can predict into the future?”

September 22, 2020

Video Art — Open call for submissions

COVID-19 Artist Relief Award 

Inviting Colorado-based artists to submit video work for a cash award, in an effort to support those impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

March 20, 2020

Words and Music

Martin Creed

Words and Music

Join us for a delightfully iconoclastic evening with the artist, musician, and Turner Prize-winner.

February 19, 2019

Black Cube’s ED Discusses the Concept of MONUMENTAL 

Black Cube’s ED Discusses the Concept of MONUMENTAL 

“By engaging artists and visual culture with this subject, the politics of remembering can unveil how we see public space and how we see ourselves fitting within it.”

November 21, 2019

Jon Geiger on Valley Boy

Jon Geiger on Valley Boy

‘I’ve come to refer to the valley as my adopted home…I felt focusing my attention to this region of the state was the right avenue to explore.’

August 26, 2018

Matt Barton on his Aquaponics Installation at Understudy

Matt Barton (Photo by From the Hip Photo)

“I was thinking of semi-permeable membranes, and the transfer of energy between people and things. The distinctions aren’t as rigid as we often think they are.”

July 6, 2018

John Roemer on his Billboard Installation in Baker-Miller Pink

John Roemer (by From the Hip Photo)

This work was always meant as an intervention. It was meant to replace advertisements and images that are meant to have influence on their viewers like billboards.”

June 18, 2018

Kelly Monico on Installing Over 300 Cat Tchotchkes in Downtown Denver 

Kelly Monico, Alley Cats, 2018 (Photo by Third Dune Productions)

“There is something inspiring about things you don’t know that well, but can appreciate, and if that can enter your practice, so much the better.”

June 15, 2018

Adriana Corral on Producing a Counter Monument along the U.S.—Mexico Border

Adriana Corral, 2018

“My wish is for the memory of those who have come before us to be seen from the horizon line, which has defined them for so long.”

March 12, 2018

Joel Swanson on Conjugation of Being

Joel Swanson, Conjugation of Being, 2018 (Photo by Wes Magyar)

“They are a symbol—perhaps a symptom—of urban life and car culture, but they also make me think of the ways that power and control is exercised on people in direct ways.”

February 14, 2018

Artist-Run Space

Symposium

Artist-Run Space

Taking its cue from recent shifts in Denver’s creative landscape, the Artist-Run Spaces symposium addresses the various trajectories of artist-run spaces alongside their evolving communities.

January 12, 2018

4 Artists Share about the Relationship with their Cars

4 Artists Share about the Relationship with their Cars

“My car is my office, my first impression, my emotional sponge, and an extension of my body itself. It is a physical place that allows my thoughts to manifest outside my mind and where I can speak them aloud.”

December 15, 2017

Drive-In: Car Culture

Group Exhibition

Drive-In: Car Culture

In the second Drive-In exhibition, 12 artists respond to the theme of vehicles as a form of escape or freedom—a marketing tactic commonly used in the automobile industry.

December 8, 2017

Joel Swanson & Laura Shill on Exhibiting during the 57th Venice Biennale

Laura Shill, Trophy Wall (to disguise the void), 2017, detail

“Initially, it was intimidating to think about whether my work would translate across cultures, but once we got there and started working, I remembered that people, at their cores, are essentially the same everywhere—motivated by similar desires and fears.”

November 3, 2017

Avalanche

Institute for New Feeling

Avalanche

A multifaceted project that included a performance, sound installation, and the invention of an enhanced water brand.

October 10, 2017

Institute for New Feeling on Avalanche 

Institute for New Feeling (Nina Sarnelle, Scott Andrew, and Agnes Bolt)

“The primary question we get asked—with Avalanche, as with many of our other projects—is: Is it real? Is the filtration process depicted and the avalanche that results actually happening? We believe this type of scrutiny could be applied to any bottled water product if consumers dug deeply enough.”

September 5, 2017

Car Talk w/ Artists in Drive-In: Personal Space

Car Talk w/ Artists in Drive-In: Personal Space

“I tend to sentimentalize many things, but I am also a realist, so I understand that nothing is forever, and objects are just things. This car has a lot of memories to it.”

August 17, 2017

Drive-In: Personal Space

Group Exhibition

Drive-In: Personal Space

Located in a dirt construction lot, the first Drive-In exhibition invited 13 artists to expand on the concept of cars as an extension of personal identity.

August 13, 2017

Personal Structures

Laura Shill and Joel Swanson 

Personal Structures

On the occasion of the 57th Venice Biennale, this two-person exhibition considered the intermediary spaces of binary structures found both in gender and the English language.

May 20, 2017

“Veiled and Unfurled” an essay by Andrew Berardini on Laura Shill’s

“Veiled and Unfurled” an essay by Andrew Berardini on Laura Shill’s

“The fabric folds and drapes, cinched it flows in straight lines and cascades into loose soft puddles. The curtain closes the stage, protects the magic of the ritual until the ceremony begins.”

May 7, 2017

Do-it-Yourself MFA: Alternatives in Higher Arts Education

Symposium

Do-it-Yourself MFA: Alternatives in Higher Arts Education

A four-day symposium, Alternatives in Higher Arts Education in Denver focused on the topic of higher educational models generated by artists.

January 11, 2017

The Sometimes Pop Up Kiosk

Stephanie Kantor

The Sometimes Pop Up Kiosk

A ceramic souvenir shop installation that repurposed an outdoor kiosk on Denver’s 16th Street Mall.  

January 1, 2017

Unclassified Site Museum

SANGREE

Unclassified Site Museum

An underground, fictional archeological discovery for an imaginary lost city that entangled written histories and perceived truths.

September 20, 2016

Blow Up

Chad Person

Blow Up

An exhibition of large-scale inflatable sculptures that took inspiration from inflatables often seen in used car lots.

August 30, 2016

Gold Hill Art Project

Molly Berger, Jennifer Ling Datchuk, and Eric Stewart

Gold Hill Art Project, 2016. Gold Hill, CO. Courtesy of the artist and Black Cube. Photos by Sara Ford.

Situated in the historic Colorado mining town of Gold Hill, this outdoor exhibition responded to the local history and surrounding landscape through three diverse lenses.

August 10, 2016

ROAM

Jon Geiger

Jon Geiger, ROAM, 2016. Courtesy of the artist and Black Cube.

A 26-foot-wide roving sculpture of an abstracted neon tumbleweed that traveled across Colorado’s Front Range to five different sites.

June 20, 2016

New Brutal 2

Derrick Velasquez

New Brutal 2

Integrated within La Alma-Lincoln Park’s sunken amphitheater, this installation hybridized modern American building techniques with historical European architectural features.

April 23, 2016

New Brutal

Derrick Velasquez

Derrick Velasquez, New Brutal, 2015. Courtesy of the artist and Black Cube.

Built within a former airplane hangar, this 25-ft-tall sculptural tower incorporated common building materials offset by ornate molding reminiscent of early French baroque architecture. 

November 16, 2015

Prospector

Chad Person

Chad Person, Prospector, 2015. Courtesy of the artist and Black Cube.

Facing the Colorado State Capitol, this 40-ft-tall inflatable monument highlighted the city’s history of gold mining and recent surge in tech development

October 27, 2015

Sophont in Action

Desirée Holman

Desirée Holman, Sophont in Action, 2015. Red Rocks Park, Morrison, CO. Courtesy of the artist and Black Cube.

An otherworldly performance that combined choreographed dances with video projection mapping on the sandstone rock formations in Colorado’s Red Rocks Park.

October 8, 2015

Mock Pavilion

Stephanie Kantor

Mock Pavilion

An elaborate ceramic installation comprised of 36 ceramic vessels, 1,600 hand-painted tiles, and thousands of hand-pinched ceramic coins with decorative motifs.

March 1, 2015