This Might Not Work Lecture Series | Barbara Polster

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Barbara Polster (b.1987, Cleveland, OH) is an artist investigating themes of human limitation, wonder, and relationship to natural scale, primarily through sculpture, installation, and video. Recent solo exhibitions include: a [super]symmetry (2014) and superposition (2013), William Busta Gallery, Cleveland, OH.

In addition, she has participated in numerous group exhibitions, including exhibitions with Field Projects Gallery (NYC) at Satellite Miami, Punch Gallery (Seattle), AIR Gallery (Brooklyn), and the Cleveland Museum of Art. She was awarded the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland Neznadny + Schwartz Visiting Curator Selection by João Ribas, Deputy Director & Senior Curator, Serralves. In 2016, she will be the recipient of a 4Culture Tech Specific Grant for an upcoming installation, Kodachrome Mirage. Currently, she is an instructor in the ASUW Experimental College. BFA 2010, Cleveland Institute of Art.

This Might Not Work is a self-perpetuating chain of performances, presentations, lectures, and beneficial experiences organized by Hami Bahadori, Matt Bell and Rose Reyes. The series was founded in 2014 when Bahadori and Bell were students at University of Washington School of Art. The events will occur once a month and feature artists, art historians, curators, and other professionals in order to generate new ideas and discussions across different practices and research.
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