Studio for Interrelated Media (SIM)
Big Red & Shiny correspondent Gabe Gill reviews Perpetual Collapse, a student-produced show featuring the work of seven artists in MassArt's Godine Gallery.
Gallerist and curator Seymour Polatin '15 BFA SIM becomes a roving curator offering creative routes around LA with his champagne-colored Ford Crown Victoria.
This exhibition is a tribute to artist Barkley L. Hendricks’ legacy and a celebration of new generations of figurative artists of color.
Monday - Saturday 12:00pm - 6:00pm • Wednesdays 12:00pm - 8:00pm
Drag queen and former "RuPaul's Drag Race" contestant Katya Zamolodchikova aka MassArt alumnus Brian McCook '05 SIM continues to break barriers with her bizarrely quick wit and biting humor.
For close to three decades, Jack Pierson '84 BFA SIM has created a multi-disciplinary artistic practice that utilizes the visual languages of photography, painting, drawing, and sculpture to examine themes of memory, desire, longing, absence, despair, and glamour. Regen Projects now announces an exhbiition of new and recent work by Pierson, marking his ninth solo presentation in the gallery.
Maccarone presents "Angel Youth" by Jack Pierson '84 BFA SIM at its New York venue. "Angel Youth" comprises 13 chromogenic prints mounted on archival board.
Now on view at the Paula Cooper Gallery in New York, "Phones" by Christian Marclay '80 BFA Studio for Interrelated Media. The exhibition includes early work by Marclay, including sculptures and a video, as well as a selection of photographs and works on paper - all of which explore the recurrence of telephonic technologies as visual and acoustic material.
Big Red & Shiny interviewed MassArt grad Jimena Bermejo, who received her MFA in SIM, About SIM, Jimena tells Big Red & Shiny:
"To my surprise, I was accepted to SIM, which was incredible and completely changed my world. I learned a lot about performance art and had a lot of freedom to explore themes I couldn’t before. The dialog at SIM was incredibly helpful to my practice. I felt like a had a voice."
Selections features the remarkable work of MassArt professors who are newly hired or returning from sabbatical. A venue for faculty to showcase their work, often in experimental directions or media, this exhibition is a perennial favorite.