September 3rd – December 7th, 2020 – Samuel Stubblefield Atrium

Photograph by Samuel Stubblefield  Title:  Central Park at 1.625 m/s2


Curious pieces from Stubblefield’s workshop, SPACE, MUSES, ETC. is a focus on methods, materials, and processes within the studio. The intention is to broaden the viewer’s definition of art and encourage self-provocation and active pursuit of the personal curiosity inside us all.

The exhibition pulls from recent work on display at the European Cultural Centre in Venice, Italy, during the 2019 Biennale, The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, Art Basel Miami, and in-progress work from the artists Seattle and Hong Kong studios.

Stubblefield is known for a collaborative, anti-disciplinary approach, merging unusual materials and situations such as plants, boats, computer vision, earthquakes, the internet, jellyfish, real-time danta from nature, miles of bungee cord, mixed-reality technology, urban conditions, projected video, oceans, robotics, natural landscapes, and software algorithms. 

Samuel will be scheduling a gallery walk during the exhibition.

Sponsored by The Honeywell Charitable Fund, Kim Miller, San Juan County, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Printonyx, Harbor Rentals and Browne’s Home Center.

Image: HOW TO SEE THE MOON, Special thanks to NASA for assistance with the large-format, internally illuminated graphic studies done in collaboration with their image archivists.

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