Past Exhibitions 2014
110 artworks from past SITE Unseen fundraisers. Proceeds support SITE Santa Fe and Axle.
Dana Chodzko and her IAIA students in Site-Specific Sculpture reflect on blood quantum and C.I.B. cards. with Claver Garcia, Shontysa Joe, LaShawn Medicine Horn, Monty Little, August Walker, Journeyway Price, Charles Rencountre, Brian Keith, Elroy Fox, Dana Chodzko. With the support of the Institute for American Indian Arts.
Wilderness Acts in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act
Sept 28- Nov. 9. 2014
Bobbe Besold, Todd Brown, Lisa Freeman, Cheri Ibes, Don Kennell, Ana MacArthur, Jacqueline Mallegni, Dominique Mazeaud, Michael Motley, Mayumi Nishida, Conrad Skinner
Michael Bisbee, Andrew Davis, Robert Gaylor, Christy Georg, Helmut Hillenkamp, Elizabeth Jacobson, Peter Joseph, Thelma Mathias, Prakash, Zachariah Rieke, Michael Schippling, Steve Smith, Michael Sumner, Bunny Tobias
Art or technology, which came first? To make art, a tool was needed, but to make the tool, art was needed. We can’t have one without the other. TOOLS is an exhibition dedicated to tools that make art, and artists that makes tools. The show includes tools that were fabricated by artists to create their work, and artworks that are imaginary, absurd, and surreal tools.
Friday September 26th, 2014 4-10 pm
Axle Contemporary joined twenty contemporary artists for The Paseo, a unique one-night experience on the streets of Taos. The Paseo is a festival dedicated to bringing the art of installation, performance and projection to the streets of Taos, New Mexico.
We provided potatoes, carving tools, some delicious colorful spices, and paper. We hung the prints on the exterior of our mobile gallery, gave a print to take away, and then cut up the potato blocks and added them to our pot of soup. Make a block print and share in the soup.
500 prints made, 200 bowls of soup served, over 1,000 visitors.
August 19 - September 14, 2014
This series explored art and action related to the ecology of economies, art related to money, innovative and creative approaches to economics, and interrelations between the fields of economics and ecology. The series included an exhibition of visual art, roundtable discussions, performances, and installations. We aim to encourage a conversation around the intersections of economics, ecology and art, including critical commentary and new approaches and alternatives to the status quo
The Renga Project One year: 100 artists and poets
The Renga Project began on the summer solstice, 2013. It's a new take on an ancient traditional collaborative form of Japanese poetry. 52 weekly stanzas were written by a diverse group of New Mexico poets. We also invited 52 New Mexico artists to create a linked drawing with each artist responding to a writer's stanza. The poem has been displayed on a large sign in the Santa Fe Railyard all year, with new stanzas added weekly.
Steina and Woody Vasulka an exhibition of prints
video: Mara Leader,
music: Jason Goodyear
choreography: Jocelyne Danchick
dancers: Mariana Marachlian, Ravijit Herranz, Carolyn Ellis, Echo Gustafson, Jocelyne Danchick, Mara Leader
Artist and Tarot reader Lisa De St. Croix did free three card readings surrounded by her recently completed series of tarot cards paintings.
Performance by Allyson Packer
An exploration of living cultures.
Sculpture, Poetry, Bread, and more at Axle Contemporary and SITE Santa Fe
A mobile photo studio on the streets of Albuquerque for one week
Free prints, 600 participants, exhibition at 516 ARTS, and a book.
An installation by Laurie Ann Larrimer
An installation by Myriam Tapp