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Sara Kathryn Arledge Book Launch
Join us for the live book launch of Sara Kathryn Arledge: Serene for the Moment, the first extended monograph on the artist. The event features comments and readings of texts from the catalog by Irene Georgia Tsatsos, Sasha Archibald, and Sara McColl, with special guests; a presentation of the artist's rarely seen hand-painted glass transparencies, along with exhibition images; plus an interactive, Arledge-inspired art activity by artist Julia O. Bianco. This virutal book launch is free and open to everyone, but RSVPs are required.

Mar 11, 2021 06:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Sasha Archibald
Sasha Archibald writes essays about aesthetics and visual culture. Her work has appeared in The White Review, The Point, Cabinet, The Believer, Longform, East of Borneo, X-TRA, The New Inquiry, and Los Angeles Review of Books, among others, and been commissioned by institutions including the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN; Culturgest, Porto, Portugal; Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, NY; Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA; and the Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona. In addition to her writing practice, Archibald is a curator and nonprofit arts worker, most recently as director of public programs at Clockshop in Los Angeles. She was a curatorial fellow in the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program and is an editor-at-large at Cabinet. She teaches critical studies at Pacific Northwest College of Art.
Sarah McColl
Sarah McColl is the author of the memoir JOY ENOUGH (New York: Liveright/W. W. Norton & Company, 2019), a Belletrist Book Club Selection. Her writing has appeared in numerous publications, including the Paris Review, McSweeney’s, The Guardian, and StoryQuarterly, which nominated her essay on singer- songwriter Connie Converse for a Pushcart Prize. She has been awarded fellowships from the Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, NY; Ucross, Clearmont, NY; Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT; and the MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH, where she was named the 2017 Mary Carswell Fellow. She holds an mfa from Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY, and lives in Los Angeles.
Julia O. Bianco
Julia Orquera Bianco was born in Argentina and has lived in Mexico and the United States. Her art practice interrogates her everyday experience through addressing collective and personal heritage and the legacy of Western Culture as a platform to create objects, installations and time-based media that put into question identity, presenting it as a constant process of deconstruction, experienced through a body in motion, influenced by the past but re-contextualized and impacted by the present and the place. Her latest work explores alternative formats through the use of traditional and non-traditional materials in unconventional ways. Her work has been showcased in Argentina, Canada, Mexico, New Zealand and the United States. In 2018, Orquera Bianco graduated from the MFA program at Roski School of Art and Design, University of Southern California, Los Angeles.