Process: what it was when it wasn’t
curated by Alexis Brocchi
Process: what it was when it wasn’t asks what does a practice of process look like? Does it look like your google search history? The most recent sentence underlined in the book you’re currently reading? Are screenshots a part of this practice? Navigating process as an act created by the desire to understand and investigate, this exhibition attempts to expand on these questions. Taking a look at the process of creating through experimental reflections, artists included in Process: what it was when it wasn’t expose the conversations between the work they create and the process or research that brings that work to life.
Michael Curtis Asbill
Sarah H. Reynolds
John Steck Jr.
*image credit: artwork by Tracie Hayes