I'm pleased to announce my participation in the 2014 Master of Fine Arts Exhibition at California College of the Arts. I'll be showing a selection of work from the ongoing project Rockford, which began in 2012 and has never before been shown. Please join my fellow graduates and I for the opening reception this Thursday, May 15th.
Thursday, May 15, 6-10 p.m.
Free and open to the public
CCA San Francisco Campus
1111 8th St.
The exhibition will remain open through May 24, open daily 10 a.m.–7:30 p.m.
How Do You Say What It’s Like, Works By Kristine Eudey
OPENING: Jan. 25th, 6-9pm
Exhibition runs from Jan 25th - Feb 22nd, 2014.
Backstock Gallery is pleased to announce How do you say what it’s like, a solo exhibition of new work by Oakland-based artist Kristine Eudey.
I’m lately tied up with an idea about the photograph as both a thing in the world but more so as a mirror, reflecting back, not being of the world but made of its material and tied intrinsically to it. I come back again and again to the split,the doubling, the break. It provides a place for that displacement to be contained, the displacement that happens whenever you take anything out of its context and look at it, point to it. The break forces you into remembering that the image is a surface, a thing, a something else.
About the Artist
Kristine Eudey is a visual artist who lives and works in Oakland, CA. She is currently an MFA Candidate at California College of the Arts. Born in Rockford, IL she completed BFA degrees in photography and sculpture at University of Illinois in 2009. Her work has been exhibited and published both nationally and internationally with recent exhibitions at S.H.E.D. Projects (Oakland, CA), ANU Photospace (Canberra, Australia), and recently featured in New York based publication The World According To.