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SHOW APRIL 2015
Opening Night Friday April 10, from 6-11pm
Show will run from April 10 - May 16, 2015
HINTERLAND is pleased to present a solo show of Greg Amanti. Opening artist reception will be on Friday April 10, 6-11p at HINTERLAND, 3254 Walnut St, Denver 80205, CO. Closing reception 1st Friday May 1st, 6-10p. For additional information please contact Sabin Aell 720.309.1764, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Greg Amanti's work often begins with a misinterpretation of sights and sounds. This series encompasses many different materials, the majority of his work is built on a foundation of string and plaster. Greg starts with a sketch and then builds the illustration into a three dimensional representation.
Tempest is a stylized version of being immersed in various types of storms, out of which comes destruction, chaos and beauty. His intention is to dispel any artifice or illusion, to expose the detritus when viewed up close and at a distance the photos redefine the work into an inviting disarray.
Greg Amanti was born in New York's Hudson River Valley in 1971. He attended the Art Institute of Seattle with a focus in commercial photography. He has been included in two group shows at Mussi Artworks gallery in Berkeley Ca. and the Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art. His work has been featured in Photographers Forum and won "Photographers Forum Award of Excellence". He currently works and resides in Denver Co. with one wife, two cats and loads of string.
SHOW MAY 2015
NATURE OF SPIRIT
Opening May 22, from 6-11pm
Show will run from May 22 - June 12, 2015
Brandon Gellis is a new media artist creating multi-dimensional discussions of sexuality and the intersection of art and technology. A native of Los Angeles, Brandon is completing his Master of Fine Arts at the University of Denver, where he is a graduate fellow in the Emergent Digital Practices program. Brandon uses new media technologies – data, sensor and audience driven explorations, creative coding, and interactive installation spaces – to investigate the interplay of language, sexual identity and biological politics in dialogue with biomimetic creative practices.
His newest series, ‘Nature of Spirit’ interweaves scientific principles of biomimicry, sexual politics, and the empowerment of sub- and counter-cultural communities. Analogizing biological swarm patterns, ‘Nature of Spirit’ seeks to explore the culture-at-larges’ influences on gay male communities, discussing notions of sexual equitability, dominance and submission, social roles, and notions of modern families.
Brandon recently returned from an invited art-scientist appointment at the Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin (Museum of Natural History, Berlin) where he helped advance knowledge of evolutionary and biological sciences through interactive exhibits and Web based resources. Brandon has recently presented work and papers at a number of international electronic art and media reform conferences.