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He now produces the show from studios at the Chicago Sunday Evening Club and in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago, where he lives with his family.Senior Producer - Religion Moments, Book and Music Reviews Katy Scrogin's interest in media has led her to volunteer with Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic in Austin, Texas, and with The Peoples Channel in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.Host and Executive Producer David got his start in journalism when he was sixteen years old, writing articles for his hometown newspaper. David holds advanced degrees in religious studies from Columbia Theological Seminary and Vanderbilt University.When he began Things Not Seen, he taught in the religion department of a liberal arts college in Memphis.As such Dault reboots a minimalist art historical inheritance luxuriating in plastic sheens and metallic reflections through a uniquely synthetic palette in a form of, what she terms, ’dirty Minimalism’.© Natasha Hoare, 2015 Born in 1977, Toronto, Canada Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York 2017 “Lost and Found,” 3:e Våningen, Gothenburg, Sweden 2015 “Blame It on the Rain,” Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver (catalogue in association with The Power Plant) “Maker’s Mark,” Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York 2014 “Color Me Badd,” The Power Plant, Toronto (catalogue) “Rhythm Nation 2014,” China Art Objects, Los Angeles 2013 “Excellent Adventure,” Galerie Bob van Orsouw, Zurich Jessica Bradley Gallery, Toronto 2012 Inside the White Cube, White Cube Bermondsey, London 2010 Total Picture Control, Blackston Gallery, New York 2016 “Champagne Life,” Saatchi Gallery, London 2015 “Painting at the Very Edge of Art,” Contemporary Art Galleries, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT “Below Another Sky,” British Council, London “Massif Central Presents,” Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago 2014 - 2015 “Below Another Sky,” Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow; traveled to Aberdeen Art Gallery Schoolhill, Aberdeen, Scotland 2014 “Elevated: Contemporary Art in the AGO Tower,” Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto “Moira Dryer Project,” Eleven Rivington, New York 2013 - 2014 “Americana: Selections from the Collection,” Pérez Art Museum Miami “Outside the Lines,” Contemporary Arts Museum Houston 2013 “Green Flower Street,” Tatiana Kourochkina Galeria, Istanbul “In the Heart of the Country,” Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw “Inner Journeys,” Maison Particulière, Brussels “Traces of Life,” Wentrup Gallery, Berlin “Julia Dault | Fred Sandback,” lumber room, Portland, Oregon 2012 “Algebraic Topology,” Galería Casado Santapau, Madrid Harris Lieberman, New York Jessica Bradley Inc., Toronto “Roundtable,” Ninth Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, South Korea “On Geometry and Speculation,” Marrakech Biennale, Marrakech, Morocco “The Ungovernables: The New Museum Triennial,” New Museum, New York “Rotary Connection,” Casey Kaplan Gallery, New York 2011 Everything Must Go, Casey Kaplan Gallery, New York Making is Thinking, Witte de With, Rotterdam 2010 Public Records, The Museum of Public Fiction, Los Angeles Substance Abuse, Leo Koenig Projekte, New York 2009 The Unnaming of Parts, Blackston Gallery, New York Material Reciprocity, Possible Projects, Brooklyn 2008 O Canada!opened at Marianne Boesky Gallery, in which Toronto-native, Brooklyn-based artist Julia Dault continues her exploration of artistic processes with a series of abstract paintings and sculptures.
If you think about what an artist can do now, it’s essentially anything.
In assemblage, mundane and industrially produced materials such as Plexiglas and Formica are transformed into swathes of colour, from flat plane to cylindrical form, cutting volumes out of space in an almost architectural gesture.
Counterpointing opacity and translucency the objects summon both delicacy and robustness.
I find that once I establish these constraints, the options are still infinite.
It’s not like I’m circumscribing myself, it’s just an approach. [Additionally, I find that it is within constraints—somewhat counter-intuitively—that I find surprise and spontaneity.