FALL 2010: Shelter
Shelter: Fall2010 Vancouver, BC
presented during the iDMAa Conference at Emily Carr University of Art + Design
Shelter, food and clothing are basic human need. Within urban contexts people experience many stresses on their ability to find shelter be they geographic, financial or based in security. Many of these forces are affected by the perception of monetary value. Shelter also occupies symbolic meanings about home, family and social position. Like much in our material culture, our choice in shelter/s and how we “outfit” them reflects the user/owner’s identity. Recently the earthquake destruction in Haiti, the floods in Pakistan and the mortgage crisis in the United States refocus attention on the importance of shelter.
- Dana Sperry, Sketches for an Intermezzo for the Masses no. 2
- Suk Kyoung Choi, Diptych: Inscence vs. Candle
- Karla Berry and Don Barth, House on Wheels
- Adam Trobridge and Jessica Westbrook, Surface Tension
- Sarah Ross, A Slightly Softer City
- Niki Nolan, 60daysacrossthestreet
- Phill Hopkins, Dropping the House
- Scott Groeninger, The Ping Yao Continuum
- Joeseph Farbrook, Urban Skin
- Joelle Dietrick, Data House Cloud
- Scott Conrad, Natural Connections
- Chris Coleman, My House is Not My House
- Annette Barbier and Drew Browning, The American Dream
- Terry Berlier, House Drag
Juror: David Jude Greene
Born in Rice Lake, Wisconsin, David Jude has lived and worked in Duluth MN, New York NY, London UK, Minneapolis MN, Grand Haven Michigan & for 8 years in Chicago Il. Most recently David had his “59 Seconds” video in a group show at the Art Institute of Chicago. Solo exhibitions include “You’re the viewer” Performance, Hyde Park Art Center Chicago Illinois in 2008 and “30 DAYS” video showcase, The Standard Hotel DTWN, Los Angeles California in 2009. David Jude was the recipient of the Beedcroft Travel Grant from the United States Fulbright Program in 2001 to install work at the TATE Modern in London UK. He has also installed numerous shows at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. David Jude is the Chicago Artistic Coordinator for Harry Winston.
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