install for tx biennial

what under structure looks like sans the tubes
the piece is composed of fleshy/hide like tubes used repetitively at primary threshold with five doors slamming closed or being flung open, and a hallway passage leading into/out of the primary doored portal which is composed of door frame header boards, so that each step requires one to pass another threshold of sorts; this passage is skewed and unnavigatable.
Title: without your forgiveness I am still bound to what happened between us. only you can set me free
2011 Texas Biennial Calendar:
Exhibition Dates: April 9 – May 14, 2011

Friday, April 15
Individual Austin venues host openings and special artist performances,
with a suggested itinerary moving from downtown to East Austin.

5-8 pm
Downtown 816 Congress Avenue, Austin, TXdirectly across the street from the Austin Museum of Art

An installation of my work, without your forgiveness, i am bound to what happened between us, is located in a suite on the 5th floor of 816 Congress Avenue. See you there!

Women &Their Work
1710 Lavaca Street

The Visual Arts Center (VAC)
Department of Art and Art History at the University of Texas at Austin
23rd Street and Trinity Street

7-10 pm

East Austin 1319 Rosewood Avenue
1319 Rosewood Avenue
7 pm performance by Ryder Jon Piotrs Nomadic Gallery
8 pm performance by TX★11 artist Brad Tucker aka Bad Trucker @ Trailer Space, across the street at 1401 Rosewood Avenue

Big Medium
5305 Bolm Road, #12

Pump Project Art Complex
702 Shady Lane
9 pm performance by Ryder Jon Piotrs Nomadic Gallery

Saturday, April 16

Like a Whole Other Country? The State of Contemporary Art in Texas

A public panel at Blanton Museum of Art
co-presented by the Texas Biennial, Blanton and Art Lies.
Panelists include artist Margarita Cabrera; Curator of Contemporary Art and Special Projects at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Alison de Lima Greene; artist Trenton Doyle Hancock; contemporary art critic for the Los Angeles Times, David Pagel; and Effie Marie Cain Regents Chair in Art History at UT Austin, Richard Shiff; moderated by Texas Biennial Curator Virginia Rutledge.

5-8pm Mexico Abre la Boca
Special installation by artist Margarita Cabrera in the parking lot on the southeast corner of 7th Street and Congress Avenue

5-10pm Special Video Screening: 2011 Texas Biennial at TX★11 participating organization Arthouse at the Jones Center

7-10pm Celebrate! Party at Arthouse at the Jones Center in honor of all Biennial artists, venues and participating organizations statewide!
8pm performance by TX★11 artist Dion Laurent

(ticketed admission — details at www.texasbiennial.eventbrite.com)

Throughout the opening weekend, the Community Room at Austin Museum of Art, downtown at 823 Congress Avenue, will serve as Texas Biennial information headquarters. View a slide show of participating organizations, and pick up venue maps.


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1 Response

  1. hi Kathy, i've been following your work for quite a while now. has been influencing my final project that i'm working on just now. I'm an art student, living and studying in Scotland. it would be great if I could ask you a few simple questions about your work. do you have an email I can contact you on?