Drive-In: Personal Space is a one-night exhibition that will take place, outdoors, in a Rino construction lot. The exhibition will feature 13 artists who will use their vehicles as exhibition spaces.
Amber Cobb, Graham Eschen, Tobias Fike, Kate Gonda, Caleb Hahne, Lucas McMahon, Dimitri Obergfell, Zach Reini, Nick Silici, Gretchen Schaefer, Laura Shill, Kristen Sink, Mario Zoots
Co-curated by Ruth Bruno and Cortney Lane Stell
Drive-In: Personal Space is the fist exhibition in a series of one-night pop up exhibitions contemporary art and vehicles as exhibition spaces. Visitors will be invited to sit inside of or peer into car windows to see a variety of multi-media installations.
Pop Up Experiments are a Black Cube program that engages Colorado artists to produce experimental temporary exhibitions. This program builds the local creative community by fostering new forms of expression, and promoting unique exhibition opportunities – outside of the white cube – that give the public unexpected experiences with contemporary art. Through this program we bring together local contemporary artists in dialogue with a curator to conceptualize artworks for innovative, short-term public exhibitions.
Music: Special music performances by Killed By and Kim Shively
Location: In Rino. The entrance to the lot is on 26th between Lawrence and Arapahoe.
*Image: Gretchen Schaefer, work in progress
This exhibition is made possible through the support of the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation, RedLine, TreeHouse Brokerage + Development, Root Residential LLC, and S*Park. Check them out at liveatspark.com