A Solo Exhibition by Genevieve Quick
January 11-February 16, 2014
Exhibition Dates: January 11 - February 16, 2014
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 11, 7-10pm
Gallery Hours: Saturdays & Sundays, 1-4pm
Special Event: Saturday, February 1, 3pm
Talking Telescope: A discussion and demonstration with Richard Ozer about the history and science of telescopes. Ozer is involved in the Telescope Makers Workshop at Chabot Space and Science Center.
Vertical Vistas contrasts the horizontality in conventional landscape, which orients imagery through left and right pans, or wide angle panoramas. The sculpture, photography, and video in Quick's exhibition scan the landscape vertically: in regards to ground, horizon, and sky. Operating sculpturally and functionally, Vertigraphy in 90˚ is fabricated from styrene, foam core, and lenses. Much like two large format cameras adjoined at 90˚, the apparatus was used in Death Valley to create the accompanying Vertigrams in the exhibition.
Genevieve Quick is a San Francisco based interdisciplinary artist and art writer. Quick has exhibited at 2nd Floor Projects, Southern Exposure, the Walter and McBean Galleries at the San Francisco Art Institute, Gallery Paule Anglim, Villa Montalvo, Headlands Center for the Arts, and The Lab. She has received a Center for Cultural Innovation Investing in Artists Grant and a Kala Fellowship. Quick has also been awarded residencies at the de Young Museum, MacDowell Colony, Djerassi, and Yaddo. She has contributed writings to Shotgun Review, The Present Group, caa.review, and Southern Exposure. Quick is a regular contributor to Art Practical and Temporary Art Review.