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The exhibition Strange Pilgrims begins with the metaphorical notion of the traveler: an open-ended journey through strange and unfamiliar spaces, embarking on a pilgrimage not only in time and place but also through imagination, the senses, and perception. Strange Pilgrims brings together a collection of experiential-based ideas and projects proposing unconventional gestures and formats, defining “experiential art” as work that is immersive, participatory, performative, or kinetic, and favoring art from the vantage point of the phenomenological experience. - More Info
The Indigo King 1998 Found object, indigo, and gold nitrate, 4" x 6" x 5"
War~Beau: M-Window (I-AOI) 2009 Gold dust and aluminum in glass 36" x 40" x 3"
The Medicine Woman 1998 Found wooden fetish, indigo, and silver nitrate, 7" x 4" x 13"
The Billy Goat 1999 Found porcelain, indigo, and gold nitrate, 14" x 6" x 12"
War~Beau: M-Window (Live Evil) 2014 Gold dust and aluminum in glass, 61" x 46" x 3.5"
Miami Labyrinth 2010 Mixed media, Dimensions vary, 5,000 square feet Installation view, Art Basel Miami Beach, Fl 2010
Indigo Temple (Natural Observatory) (Model) 1999-Present Balsa Wood, 7.25" x 7.25" x 7.25"
Untitled (indigo Series A-Z) 1997-Present Found wooden sculptures, indigo pigment, and silver nitrate, dimensions vary
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