exhibitions

 

1998

October 

First Show Curators: Thomas Cates/Edite Cates

Dorothy Baker Thomas Cates Dana Chodzko Michelle Franklin Ted Laredo Al Levine Loretta Lowman Joe Manilla Susan Mayfield E.Nuevo Nicasio Romero Jonathan Siegal Christine Wallers

1999

October 

Broadening the Definition of Land-Based Art  Curator: Christine Wallers         

Guy Ambrosino Mary Ellen Long Kimberly Murak Kimberly Murak Steve Peters Brock Roberts Sabra Sowell Robert Tachoires Robert Tully Susan Walsh

2000-2001

 The Land at Rest Curators: Thomas Cates/E. Nuevo

Web Design: Adrian Saravia                                                               Jessie De Leers Leslie Grollman Laguna Pueblo Meleo Barbara Mor E. Nuevo Tanya Savory

Paint Out Curator: Dorothy Baker

2002

October 

Nothing to See Curator: Thomas Cates

Thomas Cates Djalma Primordial Science J.A.Lee Steve Peters

2004

October 

Death in Two Parts Curator: E. Nuevo

Site installations: Thomas Cates Andrew Cecil Matt Jones/O. J. Dingo Jerome Garcia Carl Hertel* Jesse Hasko J. A. Lee Conna Meader  E. Nuevo Robert Pelegrin Brock RobertsDale Rush/Daniel Barboa

Sound works:

Nico Castel Devon Hall Reba Hasko Ilga Reizeniece and Maris Muktupavels J. A. Lee Eric Richards

*Carl Hertel, who had committed to participating in Death in Two Parts, died August 5, 2004. A page in the catalog was dedicated to him.

2005

July 

High UV Curator: Mayumi Nishida

Rebecca Blankley Terry Bluhm Kendra Brock Thomas Cates Sheri Crider George Immerwahr Ted Laredo Margit Morawietz Scott Palscel Rachel Stevens Jeffrey Valdo Anna Westfall

2008

October 

Land and Language Curator: J. A. Lee

David Abel/Paul Maurer Nancy Agati Erika Howsare J. A. Lee Sabra Moore Mark Owens Joni M. Palmer Chris Piuma

April-May 

34.495N, 106.330W: Recent Residencies  Curators: Thomas Cates/E. Nuevo

Kathy Bruce Thomas Cates Francisco Guevara Yolanda Gutiérrez J. A. Lee Alastair Noble E. Nuevo Miriam Sagan

June-July

Wood Work Erika Osbrne

June 

Site Unseen 1: Given Take based on a proposal by Constant Albertson, Susan Camp  Andy Mauery

July 

Site Unseen 2: Take Back Curator: Erika Osborne

Lea Andersson Matt Brackbill Beau Carey Jess Dunn Ryan Henel Devin Kovach Kate Mitchell  Erika Osborne

2009

March 

Fragments

Thomas Cates Malinalli Yei Ehekatl

April-May 

Opening a Book: Environmental Artists’ Books  Curator: J. A. Lee 

David Abel Kathy Bruce Abigail Doan Basia Irland Mary Ellen Long Alastair Noble Mark Owens Maria Delgado Rooks Marilyn Stablein Beata Wehr Margaret Whiting

June

Laundry Line Miriam Sagan

June-July

Azimuth: Writing on Walls Curator: E. Nuevo

Installation Design: Kim Arthun/ E. Nuevo

Poem by Miriam Sagan

in collaboration with: JB Bryan Paula Castillo Abigail Doan Ephia Dale Harris Phyllis Hoge J. A. Lee Sabra Moore Terry Mulert Steve Peters Suzanne Sbarge John Tritica Stefi Weisburd Mera Wolf

 

August-September 

Equation: A Balanced State? Curator: Thomas Cates

Katherine Bash Paula Castillo Ted Laredo David Niec Mayumi Nishida

October – November

Conservation, Preservation and Rebirth

 Lynne Hull Basia Irland

An Essay-Installation J. A. Lee Ollin Burial Yei Ehekatl

December-January 

Helianx Timothy Wyllie

2010

June 

Erratic Spaces/The Land  Don Gill

Mapping Arcadia/Isle Martin and the Topography of Place

Alastair Noble

July-August 

Reverse Archaeology Thomas Cates

Vocabulary Lesson J. A. Lee

September 

Roots Mary Ellen Long

November-December 

Ray Graham Collects, 1963-2010 Curator: Edite Cates

2011

July-August 

Star Midden Leah Stravinsky/Miriam Sagan

September

Divisions of a Year Audrey Nadia Jajich

Audrey Nadia Jajich

2013

June

THE URBAN LANDSCAPE

 

2 responses to exhibitions

  1. Samantha Kaye says:

    How amazing to learn of this amazing venture in my very own back yard. I have been living in Mountainair for the past three years and am just now hearing about this incredible resource! I gave up my life in northern California to be able to explore my connection to this earth and to unlock my own creative potential. In walking the canyons and ridges of this beautiful land, I am especially drawn to what I call the Stone Serpents. They rise up out of the ground and their spines undulate through the landscapes. I want to create a monument to these creatures – I believe they have a deep consciousness too slow for us to comprehend. Plants can be seen to react and respond in familiar ways to stimuli; reaching out toward the light and recoiling in pain. This only now becomes visible to us with the use of time-lapse imagery. They have a consciousness that is difficult for us to perceive because they move so much more slowly than we do. Why then is it not also possible that rock and stone, which move even more slowly, have an even more strange type of super-slow consciousness? How does one obtain a residency to explore such questions?

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