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  • Infinite Field, a two-person show by Peter Happel Christian and David Ruhlman currently on view in Saint Cloud’s Gallery St. Germain, is an ambitious, detailed and whimsical exhibition that demonstrates a clear investment in collaborative practice. A true test of any good collaboration, the work in the show is not immediately identifiable by author. There’s a sense of discovery of some not-quite known, slightly uncanny history that pervades the show. Ruhlman’s paintings derive from early A…
  • Infinite Field, a two-person show by Peter Happel Christian and David Ruhlman currently on view in Saint Cloud’s Gallery St. Germain, is an ambitious, detailed and whimsical exhibition that demonstrates a clear investment in collaborative practice. A true test of any good collaboration, the work in the show is not immediately identifiable by author. There’s a sense of discovery of some not-quite known, slightly uncanny history that pervades the show. Ruhlman’s paintings derive from early A…
  • Infinite Field, a two-person show by Peter Happel Christian and David Ruhlman currently on view in Saint Cloud’s Gallery St. Germain, is an ambitious, detailed and whimsical exhibition that demonstrates a clear investment in collaborative practice. A true test of any good collaboration, the work in the show is not immediately identifiable by author. There’s a sense of discovery of some not-quite known, slightly uncanny history that pervades the show. Ruhlman’s paintings derive from early A…
  • In the opening panel for last month’s Hand in Glove gathering, Sam Gould, founder of Red76 clarified, “art and culture illustrate divides — this is not something to avoid.” It was a powerful statement, and important in retrospect, since even as much of the conference’s script was dedicated to building community and finding collaboration, its participants never all agreed on what it would mean to do so, how to enact these goals, and to what ends. On the other hand, as actors in the sphe…
  • In the opening panel for last month’s Hand in Glove gathering, Sam Gould, founder of Red76 clarified, “art and culture illustrate divides — this is not something to avoid.” It was a powerful statement, and important in retrospect, since even as much of the conference’s script was dedicated to building community and finding collaboration, its participants never all agreed on what it would mean to do so, how to enact these goals, and to what ends. On the other hand, actors in the sphere …
  • Over the course of two weekends in July, four new evening-length choreographic works were presented at the Southern Theater. The dance makers were chosen by a panel of dance and performance figures in the Twin Cities, including Michele Steinwald and the Walker Art Center’s Philip Bither. Drastically different, the four works that made up this year’s Momentum festival represented the diversity and strengths of Twin Cities dance, and made for interesting and informative comparisons across and …
  • Over the course of two weekends in July, four new evening-length choreographic works were presented at the Southern Theater. The dance makers were chosen by a panel of dance and performance figures in the Twin Cities, including Michele Steinwald and the Walker Art Center’s Philip Bither. Drastically different, the four works that made up this year’s Momentum festival represented the diversity and strengths of Twin Cities dance, and made for interesting and informative comparisons across and …
  • Mary Coyne updated the Artwork Grasso_2
  • Mary Coyne updated the Artwork Grasso_1