SOIL Gallery

It is a door and window that make a room useful

Start             8.7.14
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Reception    8.7.14, Thursday 6-8 pm

Performance 8.7.14Variation on Support, no. 4 – 8 by Christalena Hughmanick, during First Thursday Reception.

Off-site gathering and performanceFive Silent Structures by Tia Kramer, Saturday, August 23rd, 4-6 pm. Meet at Discovery Park near the Fort Lawton Buildings; drop by or stay for the whole event.

Venetia Dale 
Christalena Hughmanick
Tia Kramer
Jovencio de la Paz
Barbara Smith  

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Synecdoche: a part for the whole

Start             8.7.14
End              8.30.14
Reception    8.7.14, Thursday 6-8 pm

How does a trace speak for its referent? Margot Quan Knight reduces doilies to shadow, texture, and narrative through a series of material experiments. Transformed, these traces reclaim the beauty of their complex structure and celebrate aesthetic labor.

This project was made possible by support from the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs.

Margot Quan Knight holds an MFA in photography from Bard College (2009) and a BA in Studio Art from Dartmouth College (1999). From 2000- 2002 she was a sponsored photographer at FABRICA, the communication arts research center of Benetton, located in Villorba, Italy.

Margot’s work has been featured in over 70 international publications and in many exhibitions, including solo shows at GAS Art Gallery, (Turin, Italy), 911 Media Arts Center, (Seattle, W.A.), and California State University (Chico, CA) and group shows at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Trento and Rovereto (Italy), the Dotmov Festival (Sapporo, Japan), and Centre Pompidou (Paris, France).

Margot is represented by GAS Art Gallery in Turin, Italy.

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Trialogue
Caroline Kapp, Ellen Ziegler, Julia Freeman
September 4th - September 27th

CALL FOR SHOW PROPOSALS

CALL FOR SHOW PROPOSALS

SOIL is currently accepting show proposals that will take place between April 2015-March 2016.
Deadline is September 27th, 2014

For details on proposing shows, click here.

 

SOIL is now open Thursday–Sunday, Noon–5pm.

We are no longer open on Wednesdays.

The final Sunday of each month will be closed for installation.