Theresa Ganz

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What happens to the figure-ground relation in the absence of a figure? Or if it lacks a representation of a body? Can a body be represented sans figure? Is there more than one way to formulate a body and depict it in a less iconic modality? Which is to say, can the body in all its complexity be represented at all, let alone be set against a “ground”? The work of Theresa Ganz answers these questions in the affirmative. Hers is an art practice that deals with the complex body. Which might be... [more]
ArtSlant Prize Shortlist Exhibition Aqua Art Miami Wednesday, Dec. 2nd - Dec. 6th  RSVP We're taking over the lobby and lounge at Aqua Art Miami this year with our largest Prize exhibition to date. Artists Theresa Ganz, Rachel Garrard, Helena Parriott, Tina Tahir and Bryan Volta will all take part in our shortlist exhibition. The winner of the ArtSlant Prize will be announced at the fair on opening night.  The ArtSlant Prize is a juried cash and exhibition award given to... [more]
  ArtSlant is excited to announce that we will be exhibiting the ArtSlant Prize winners at Aqua Art Miami this year. The ArtSlant Prize shortlist exhibition will be featured prominently in the lobby and VIP area of the fair, exposing all of this year's winners to thousands of attendees.  The first, second, and third place winners will be announced at the fair during the shortlist exhibition.  Shortlisted artists that will be exhibited are:   Theresa... [more]
The Exterior Edges of a Cave   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Theresa Ganz at Evans Contemporary February 5th, 2015 - March 5th, 2015
Posted 2/12/15
Theresa Ganz's methodology is like making paper out of paper: she builds rocks from rocks. , her current exhibition at Peterborough's Evans Contemporary, comprises works executed in black and white digital photography, with one colorful exception. Her images represent caves, slabs of stone, and landforms—all assembled from photographs of geological formations taken by the artist. Generating in the viewer a curiosity to look deeper, to work out how it was assembled, Ganz’s postmodern practice... [more]
Human Nature   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Marius Aleksa, Theresa Ganz, Sara Garth, David Giordano, Jacqueline Hendrickson, Samantha Jones, Stacee Kalmanovsky, Melanie Kassel, Jessie Mott, Jasmine Neal, Elle Opitz, Hannah Pae, Valentina Solano, Cassandra Troyan, Jan Verwoert, Erik Wenzel, May Yeung at DOVA Temporary June 29th, 2011 - July 23rd, 2011
Posted 7/25/11
“Animality” is one of the rare occasions where academia meets the road, so to speak, as the theoretical map is put to use. In the spring of 2011, Zach Cahill, a lecturer with the Department of Visual Arts at the University of Chicago and coordinator of the Open Practice Committee, taught a course entitled “Animality” as a survey of the issues surrounding the complicated and often problematic relationships between humans and animals. This exhibition is the culmination of that survey... [more]