This week, Brian, Patricia, and Art Practical contributor Mary Anne Kluth sit down with artist Elaine Buckholtz and gallery president Richard Lang at Electric Works in San Francisco where Buckholzâ€™s solo show, Light Making Motion: Works on Paper and in Light, was recently on view. In her review, Kluth notes that Buckholtz, whose primary medium is light, â€œis a generous guide, making instructive objects that allow her audience to come to discoveriesâ€ about the â€œexperience of vision as a phenomena unfolding in timeâ€¦ focus[ing] attention on shifting, fleeting, elusive sensations.â€ In this conversation they talk about that generosity, the installations on view, working with Meredith Monk, and the pleasures of going off the cliff, Wile. E. Coyoteâ€“style.
Buckholz received her MFA at Stanford University and has shown at the Swiss Technorama Museum, Winterthur, Switzerland; Pierogi Leipzig, Germany; the Wexner Center For The Arts, Columbus, OH; the Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Idaho; the Claremont Museum, Claremont, CA; Stanford University, Palo Alto; California College of The Arts, Fusion Art Space, the Luggage Store, and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco.
You can read Kluthâ€™s full review on Art Practical here: http://www.artpractical.com/review/light_making_motion_works_on_paper_and_in_light/
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