Andy Coolquitt: Opening Reception

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Andy Coolquitt: Opening Reception

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showers/gutters/pipes/channels/drips/drifts/tubes/runnels/circles/spirals/boards/ponds/hoses/tunnels/funnels/bubbles/buildings/bulbs/speakers/fountains/flowers/showers Free and open to the public. Brooms and metal pipes. Plastic lighters. Sticks of deodorant, discarded wood and cans of Four-Loko. Plush fabrics. This universe of abandoned objects informs Andy Coolquitt’s artistic practice. Coolquitt is a collector. He transforms the found object—often distorting its original use in the process—to create environments and develop relationships specific to the spaces that house his exhibitions. Over the past few decades, Coolquitt has established categories and invented a lexicon to better identify the found objects that comprise his work. MORE AT This is the final exhibition from Curator-in-Residence Rachel Adams, an independent curator, writer, and the newly-appointed Associate Curator for the University at Buffalo Art Galleries. "This is one of six art shows to see before spring." -John Motley, The Oregonian


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