Monday, May 5, 2014

Performance Artifacts and Documentation

Deep Ellum Windows presents:
Randall Garrett "Performance Artifacts and Documentation"
May 10 - 17, 2014
opening reception: Sat. 5/10 7-10 pm
2604 Main Street • Dallas

 Temple Dancer (2014)

A selection of artifacts and documentation from 15 years in performance by Randall Garrett will go on view as a part of the Deep Ellum Windows series on May 10th. Works on view will include performance paintings, collage, sculpture, installation, and documentation in the form of photography and video.
 The Prisoner (2005)
The show will span the period from Garrett's first performance, the techno and club influenced RXS persona of Last Dance (1999), to the utilitarian Worker from Back Alley Bodhisattvas (2003) to Bloom in the Ghetto (2007), and The Worker (2013), the Prisoner from Diverging Roads (2005) and Libera Me (2006), and the more recent Temple Dancer from Bardos of the Night (2014).

lt.: The Worker (2004) rt.: Last Dance (1999)
A video projection will show documentation of several performances, and large scale and sequential performance paintings from 2013 will also be on view.

I Don't Know How to Love Him (2001)

 The artist has had solo shows in Dallas, Houston, and Chicago, along with group exhibitions in New York, Miami, Santa Fe, and Ft. Worth. He is currently the gallery director at El Centro College in Dallas, after directing the gallery at Richland College (1998-2009) and was the founder and director of Plush Gallery (2000-2012).

 Eating, Drinking (2013)

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