Painted Hooves


︎Featuring:

  1. Abby Flanagan
  2. Alex Boeschenstein
  3. Alexandre Pépin
  4. Andrew Skoda
  5. Anna Teiche
  6. Anthony Rundblade
  7. Ariel Wood
  8. Austin Swearengin
  9. Bee Gray
  10. Brendan Shea
  11. Emma Rossoff
  12. Helen Jones
  13. Jesus Trevino
  14. Joy Scanlon
  15. Kerry Maguire
  16. Leah Shirley
︎Exhibition Images

︎Painted Hooves
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Many horse owners paint their equine hooves before a big show. There is some debate about what shows require this amount of care (regionals or just nationals) and which polishes are best (clear Ultra Hoof Polish or Twinkle Toes). Still, this act of preparation resonates with the absurdity and anticipation involved in a large group exhibition.

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Mark


stitches together personal memoir with bastardized American cultural fragments to create humorous and critical multimedia works. She is interested in minor ephemera from everyday experiences; like bodily byproducts, text messages, media utterances, and internet semiotics. She often deals with themes related to feminine gendered expectations, girlhood, queer representation, interpersonal relationships, and social belonging. Her work invites viewers to joyfully disobey dominant culture’s prescriptions—its coherence, its cleanliness, its hegemony.



Bee Gray (b.1988, Los Angeles, CA) is a multimedia conceptual artist who engages with feminine gendered expectations, girlhood, queer representation, and social belonging. To do so, she integrates personal memoir with bastardized American cultural fragments to create humorous and critical soundscapes, installations, performances, video, prints, wearables, and text. Her interest in minor ephemera from quotidian experiences appears through lo-fi processes that prioritize immediacy and affect more than technical mastery and formalities.

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