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Poetics of Impermanence: The 5th Element with Kristin Bauer
About the Event
Experience the power of text as visual and literary elements. In this unique creative writing workshop, participants will create text to be included in artist Kristin Bauer’s augmented reality experience. Workshop participants will reflect on the elemental themes of Canal Convergence, and the collective poetry will be displayed in an AR application near Marshall Way Bridge for the duration of Canal Convergence.
Kristin Bauer is an interdisciplinary artist born in Minnesota and based in Tempe and Los Angeles, with professional and educational background in art, psychology, art therapy, and writing. Her recent public activating projects include Counter/Balance, a sculpture and performance art piece at Franconia Sculpture Park, Minnesota; Pilot Projects at Arizona State University Art Museum; Enduring Apocalypse performance art event at the Abrons Art Center, New York; Untitled Gestures, a solo text art installation across on the front of Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA) and numerous community art spaces; and Collective Chorus, a Field Projects program involving pedagogy, text art installation, and collaboration at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Bauer’s recent exhibitions include Breaking Up at Phoenix Art Museum; the TEXT Show at CMay Gallery, Los Angeles; Cutting Edges at Cheryl Hazan Gallery in Tribeca, New York; and collaborative work in exhibitions at WhiteBox Harlem, New York, and Ethan Cohen KuBe, Beacon, New York. Bauer’s artwork has been shown internationally, including the TransBorder Biennial at El Paso Museum of Art, Texas; Museo de Arte de Ciudad Juárez, Mexico; Espacio Fundación Telefónica, Santiago, Chile; and Nicholas Projects, Melbourne, Australia, among others. Upcoming exhibitions in 2023 include Information in Times of Miscommunication, curated by Lauren O’Connell at SMoCA, in addition to the publication of her first book, Kristin Bauer: This Is Like That, with Hirmer Verlag, in Munich, internationally available in Spring 2023.