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Dana Hemenway

20110815170305-soliloquy3 Call-and-Response   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e

Joel Dean, Dana Hemenway, Sasha Krieger at MacArthur B Arthur August 5th, 2011 - August 28th, 2011
Posted 8/15/11

“Is anyone there?” People call out over the wide empty spaces, endlessly unanswered. “Is anyone there?” Echoed through this montage of borrowed clips, the characters in Sasha Krieger’s Soliloquy (all works 2011) are all seeking, asking— Krieger’s lonely hollers encapsulate the motif of First-Person Plural, currently on view at MacArthur B Arthur in Oakland. Including work by three emerging Bay area artists, the exhibition places a dozen or so objects in a call-and-response conversation that boun... [more]

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A.C.Way, Nate Archer, Nate Boyce, Joshua Churchill, Peter Coffin, Chris Fallon, Michael Guidetti, Noel V. Harmonson, Dana Hemenway, Daniel Hipolito, Hana Lee, Jasmin Lim, Corinne Mastesich, Sean McFarland, Keegan McHargue, Zane Morris, Paul Schiek, Sunny Walker, Lindsey White at Painted Bird September 18th, 2009 - October 25th, 2009
Posted 10/19/09

        I’m told that Air Waves is a transmission. And this ambitious, fun and intriguing group exhibition broadcast is received at Painted Bird, a vintage clothing shop that curator Jasmin Lim (also an exhibiting artist) describes as the “antenna.” Confronted by Lim’s mysterious announcement card, or the press release, which consists of two lines from the Kraftwerk song “Antenna,” (which is also the title of this review) one might find the curatorial conceit behind Air Waves to be the product... [more]

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Sophie de Lignerolles, Dana Hemenway, Kimberlee Koym, Jana Rumberger, Jamie Spinello at Femina Potens February 2nd, 2008 - February 24th, 2008
Posted 2/10/08

“Fluid” reveals multi-varied connotations of the concept of fluidity via five artists, each with a distinct approach. Femina Potens Gallery has a 7 year history as a non-profit art gallery and performance space dedicated to the advancement of women and transgendered artists. Located in the Castro, it has produced over 300 art and cultural events for the LGBTQ, women, trans, queer and kink communities. Based on their background, you may expect that a visual art exhibition titled “... [more]

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