Five artists transform alleyways along Denver’s 16th Street Mall into site-specific, sculptural art installations.
Devon Dikeou’s exhibition Tricia Nixon: Summer of 1973 is latently uncanny, as the audience is confronted with an exhibition space that feels vacant, yet occupied—domestic, yet sterile. Dikeou’s practice is a conceptual and physical bricolage composed of a diverse range of materials that range from memories to functional devices. The works in the exhibition hold a ghost-like recollection of history, story, personal experience, and perceptions of American culture.
Valley Boy is a solo exhibition by Detroit-based artist Jon P. Geiger, and the artist’s Black Cube alumna project.
Drive-In: House of Cars is the third exhibition in a series that employs vehicles as a basis for experimental contemporary art.