I’m Keeping an Eye On You

September 14, 2009 at 7:01 pm

I'm Keeping an Eye on You exhibition at ASU Art Museum

I'm Keeping an Eye on You exhibition at ASU Art Museum

Free Gallery Talk with Curator John Spiak:

Friday, Sept. 18 at 11am

Season Reception:

Friday, Oct. 9 from 7-9pm

*Exhibitions, receptions and talks are all FREE and open to the public! No reservations are required- just show up! Free parking is available for the museum at the northeast corner of Mill Ave. and 10th Street, just outside of the Ceramics Research Center, in museum-marked spaces.*

Through personal, established relationships, casual encounters, forced institutional interactions or contact from a safe distance, we often overstep our boundaries.  Whether we are conscious or not of our boundary-breaking,  we are all guilty at one time or another of intruding into other people’s lives and space. What may pass as  uneventful for one individual may be the cause of great anxiety and fear for another.  I’m Keeping an Eye on You explores the broad and lasting effects of our curiosity and intrusions upon others.

Artists featured in I’m Keeping an Eye on You include:

Mounira Al Solh (Amsterdam/Beirut), Rachel Garfield (London),

Charlotte Ginsborg (London), Pia Greschner (Berlin),

Myung-Soo Kim (Tempe), Yaron Lapid (London),

Jeff Luckey (New York/Berlin), Johnna MacArthur (Los Angeles)

Michael Mohan (Los Angeles), Corinna Schnitt (Hamburg).

I’m Keeping an Eye on You premiered as a Video Project Space in December of 2008 at Aqua Art Miami, Wynwood

http://aquaartmiami.com/

This project is generously made possible by:

Helme Prinzen Endowment @ ASU Art Museum

Skull Candy – http://www.skullcandy.com/

Aqua Art Miami – http://aquaartmiami.com/

I’m Keeping an Eye on You is an ASU Art Museum Moving Targets initiative:

http://asuartmuseum.asu.edu/movingtargets/

We look forward to having you join us!

-Diane

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