For it’s third year at the 5&J Gallery at CASP in Lubbock, Chad Plunket (Director of Charles Adams Studio Project, MFA in Sculpture Clemson University) and Hannah Dean (Founder of Bowerbird an online art publication, MFA in Painting Texas Tech University) as the curators, each chose five artists to make work for a show — from start to finish including install — in 24 hours, which would open to the public at the gallery for Lubbock’s monthly First Friday Art Trail. Artists were assigned the material. (In previous years, given materials were cardboard and clothing.) This year, artists had two weeks’ notice that they would use “found art,” meaning items and images that were previously considered art.
I created a video performance piece for this show.
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