2010

Flashpoint Gallery

 
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Patrick McDough

reck room

an interactive investigation into the role of play in contemporary art, complete with Facebook quiz quilts and a Coors Light slideshow


Adam de Boer

Finca

a new series of figurative paintings based on the artist’s trip to a finca (farm) in Columbia with a palette inspired by Colombian Vallenato music

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Heather Bursch

Unreleased

a single-channel video installation referencing Martin Scorcese’s King of Comedy; comprised of a grid of tiny videos, each animated by the artist’s hand


Juan Tejedor

Standing Atop the Ladder

sculptures and works on paper intersected with the language of taxonomy and categorization; an investigation into maps and topography; and the behavior of dynamic systems

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Adam Dwight & Dana Jeri Maier

Off in a Corner

Dwight’s gouache paintings and rubber puddle meet Maier’s illustrated drink coasters for a two person show that effectively manipulates the line between fine art and illustration


Jenny Sidhu Mullins

Low Budget Mysticism

interactive sculptures and paintings draw upon incarnation, Eastern spirituality, American society and cultural appropriation

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Jenny Sidhu Mullins

Old fashioned, New media

a luminous group of emerging artists working in a variety of media, drawn from the DC-Baltimore environ


Janell Olah with curator Amanda Jiron Murphy

you make me nostalgic for a place I’ve never known

hand-sewn forms slowly inflate, deflate and are lit from within to create a site-specific installation in dialogue with the gallery’s architecture

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Mike Dax Iacovone & Billy Friebele

Curated by Heather Goss

FREE SPACE: A Communal & Interactive Survey of Washington DC

a participatory photo and video project that investigates DC’s city plan by Charles L’Enfant and engages visitors to contribute and collaborate as part of FotoWeekDC


Nicole Herbert

Trace

an intervention into the forgotten spaces of Flashpoint, Herbert will remind the viewer of overlooked areas and architectural elements with subtle drawings and three-dimensional works

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