News from Alum Camille Utterback
From ITP Alum Camille Utterback
I’m pleased to share with you the following news and events, and am especially proud to announce that I am now represented by Haines Gallery in San Francisco.
The gallery will be showing my work at their booth at The New York Armory show (March 7-10), as well as in the group show listed below with other events and news.
I hope your 2013 has begun well, and will continue to be filled with health, joy and the right amount of adventure!
Best wishes, Camille
Poetics of Construction – Group exhibition at Haines Gallery in San Francisco, CA
Haines Gallery booth at Art Platform, Los Angeles, September 2012
Camille’s installation Untitled 5
, is included in Haines Gallery’s exhibition, Poetics of Construction
. The show features Ai Weiwei, Pierre Cordier, Monir Farmanfarmaian, Buckminster Fuller, Andy Goldsworthy, Patsy Krebs, David Nash, Yoshitomo Saito, Leslie Show and Camille Utterback.
The exhibition runs through February 23 and will be open during normal gallery hours and First Thursday activities on February 7.
Camille Utterback: Tracing Time / Marking Movement – Solo exhibition at the Frist Center for Visual Arts in Nashville, TN
Floating World, 2011
The largest exhibition of Camille Utterback’s work to date, Tracing Time / Marking Movement
is organized by the Frist Center for the Visual Arts and co-curated by Frist Center Chief Curator Mark Scala and Curator Trinita Kennedy. The show runs from February 1 to May 19 in Nashville, TN.
The exhibition includes four interactive digital installations––Text Rain, Liquid Time – Tokyo, Untitled 5, and Untitled 6; a six-screen dynamic animation Floating World; and two new pieces incorporating hand painted glass and flat screen displays. Documentation of Utterback’s site-specific and public commissions will also be on display.
Tracing Time / Marking Movement is accompanied by an exhibit brochure with essay by Mark Scala.
Camille will be giving an associated lecture on February 1 and artist gallery talk on February 2.
Thank you to the dedicated staff and curators at the Frist for their efforts to produce this extensive show!
Carnegie Mellon Kraus Visiting Artist Professorship in Pittsburgh, PA
Camille in her CMU studio and at her class’ exhibition
Camille spent a delightful fall in Pittsburgh at Carnegie Mellon University as The School of Art’s Kraus Visiting Artist. She taught an upper level concept studio course “Time Shifts” to undergraduate art students, and thoroughly enjoyed being part of the impressive and welcoming academic community at CMU.
Pittsburgh offered up friends – old and new– and is definitely an inspiring place to live and make work. While she never acquired a ‘terrible towel’, Camille now loves perogies, and knows what it means to ‘reddup’ her home for guests. So all you yinzers in Pittsburgh please come visit San Francisco!
To learn more about her experience read this interview
on the School of Art’s news page.