Kristin Cammermeyer: Closing Reception

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Hedreen Gallery says
This May LA-based artist Kristin Cammermeyer (http://www.brainswarming.com/) arrives to occupy Hedreen Gallery for six weeks, from May 13-June 24, 2015. While here, she will be present and working at the gallery during regular open hours (Weds-Sat, 1:30-6 pm), building a continually-shifting, site-specific sculpture in response to the gallery’s unique environment. Cammermeyer’s process involves collecting found materials from on site or nearby and subsequent documentation of the construction and deconstruction process that follows. Recorded from a stationary position, the resulting video captures Cammermeyer’s uncanny, spontaneous, colorful transformation of the space and her thoughtful treatment of underappreciated details in our surroundings.

OPENING RECEPTION: Sunday, May 17, 2015, 6-8 pm

CLOSING RECEPTION: Wednesday, June 24, 2015, 6-8 pm

If you are interested in volunteering to help during phases of construction (approx. May 13-15) and deconstruction (approx. June 3-16), please contact Amanda Manitach at manitaca@seattleu.edu


BIO
Upon receiving a BFA from Kristin moved to New York several artists (Dorothea Michelle Jaffe) while developing her own studio practice. In 2012 she received an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art (Bloomfield Hills, MI). Distinguished professional accomplishments include the MacDowell Colony Fellowship, Recology SF’s Artist-In-Residence, The Toby Fund, Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant (nominee), New American Paintings (featured artist & Juror’s pick), published in Hazlitt Print No.2, Vermont Studio Center Full Fellowship, and Oxbow Scholarship. Recent exhibitions include a solo show with The Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum (Lansing, MI), Fort Wayne Museum of Art (Fort Wayne, IN), SOMArts (San Francisco, CA), Bergdorf Goodman windows, and The David Brower Center (Berkeley, CA). Kristin’s work is included in the collections of The Broad Foundation, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, and Recology SF. Kristin now lives and works in Los Angeles.
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