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A Museum of Infinite Possibilities February 25 – April 15, 2012 “I am familiar with the surface of things…Fraying, tattered, cracked, flattened, swollen, dried, scrawny, bristling, moldy, clenched, tangled, punctured, battered, bashed-in, scooped-out, withered, engorged, trampled, toppled, crushed, bald, … Continue reading
Christel Dillbohner, a long-time ICI associate, was featured in a show titled TERRAIN: Exploring the Language of Landscape. The exhibition ‘offered meditations on nature through visual explorations of an inherent language and relationship to the earth that is at once … Continue reading
ICI associate Anna Ayeroff work was included in a recent exhibition titled Myths of Progress: Utopic Dreams/Dystopic Realities. Her work included a multi-media installation that explores her family’s personal history in Clarion, Utah—a Jewish farming colony that was originally envisioned … Continue reading
ICI supporter and 100/10 curator Karen Frimkess Wolff exhibited her work at UN-SPACE GROUND 2012 on February 25. The show was curated by Deborah Oliver & Ed Woodman for the College Art Association meeting at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Axel Forrester, one of our founding associates, relocated to England over two years ago. Read about her film, Severance, in a review of a London exhibition curated by Annika Erikson that includes this work. It follows a string of commuters … Continue reading
please join us for a FROEBEL STAR FOLDING WORKSHOP & LISTENING with Alex Harvey and Anna Ayeroff Saturday, February 26, 2011; 2-5pm in the library the Institute of Cultural Inquiry reservations required The Froebel star was designed by Friedrich Wilhelm … Continue reading