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Too Cute: a cute art exhibition @ Public Space One

Public Space One 229 N Gilbert St, Iowa City, IA

Puppies, pastel desserts, miniature anything—that’s cute. But there’s a dark side . Cute things are things easily harmed. There is an inverse relationship between vulnerability and the impulse to care for, or crush. Shallow, easily dismissable, feminine, childish—these words are often synonymous with cute. This exhibition seeks art works that push the aesthetic boundaries of...

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Too Cute: a cute art exhibition @ Public Space One

Public Space One 229 N Gilbert St, Iowa City, IA

Puppies, pastel desserts, miniature anything—that’s cute. But there’s a dark side . Cute things are things easily harmed. There is an inverse relationship between vulnerability and the impulse to care for, or crush. Shallow, easily dismissable, feminine, childish—these words are often synonymous with cute. This exhibition seeks art works that push the aesthetic boundaries of...

Recurring

Too Cute: a cute art exhibition @ Public Space One

Public Space One 229 N Gilbert St, Iowa City, IA

Puppies, pastel desserts, miniature anything—that’s cute. But there’s a dark side . Cute things are things easily harmed. There is an inverse relationship between vulnerability and the impulse to care for, or crush. Shallow, easily dismissable, feminine, childish—these words are often synonymous with cute. This exhibition seeks art works that push the aesthetic boundaries of...

Recurring

Too Cute: a cute art exhibition @ Public Space One

Public Space One 229 N Gilbert St, Iowa City, IA

Puppies, pastel desserts, miniature anything—that’s cute. But there’s a dark side . Cute things are things easily harmed. There is an inverse relationship between vulnerability and the impulse to care for, or crush. Shallow, easily dismissable, feminine, childish—these words are often synonymous with cute. This exhibition seeks art works that push the aesthetic boundaries of...

Recurring

Too Cute: a cute art exhibition @ Public Space One

Public Space One 229 N Gilbert St, Iowa City, IA

Puppies, pastel desserts, miniature anything—that’s cute. But there’s a dark side . Cute things are things easily harmed. There is an inverse relationship between vulnerability and the impulse to care for, or crush. Shallow, easily dismissable, feminine, childish—these words are often synonymous with cute. This exhibition seeks art works that push the aesthetic boundaries of...

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There is No Place // R.C. Tibbott & Cody Hilleboe

Public Space One 229 N Gilbert St, Iowa City, IA

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION There Is No Place investigates the home as a metaphor for a person's internal space—the place where secrets are kept and where identity lives. There Is No Place features sculptures made of ceramics, found objects, and photographs by Cody Hilleboe and R.C. Tibbott. Their work offers an introspective investigation into their understanding...

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There is No Place // R.C. Tibbott & Cody Hilleboe

Public Space One 229 N Gilbert St, Iowa City, IA

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION There Is No Place investigates the home as a metaphor for a person's internal space—the place where secrets are kept and where identity lives. There Is No Place features sculptures made of ceramics, found objects, and photographs by Cody Hilleboe and R.C. Tibbott. Their work offers an introspective investigation into their understanding...

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There is No Place // R.C. Tibbott & Cody Hilleboe

Public Space One 229 N Gilbert St, Iowa City, IA

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION There Is No Place investigates the home as a metaphor for a person's internal space—the place where secrets are kept and where identity lives. There Is No Place features sculptures made of ceramics, found objects, and photographs by Cody Hilleboe and R.C. Tibbott. Their work offers an introspective investigation into their understanding...

Open Air Media Festival 2021: Drifting / Driftless

Public Space One 229 N Gilbert St, Iowa City, IA

“ONE OF THE BASIC situationist practices is the dérive , a technique of rapid passage through varied ambiances. Dérives involve playful-constructive behavior and awareness of psychogeographical effects, and are thus quite different from the classic notions of journey or stroll.” — “Theory of the Dérive.” Guy Debord, Les Lèvres Nues #9 (November 1956) reprinted in...

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There is No Place // R.C. Tibbott & Cody Hilleboe

Public Space One 229 N Gilbert St, Iowa City, IA

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION There Is No Place investigates the home as a metaphor for a person's internal space—the place where secrets are kept and where identity lives. There Is No Place features sculptures made of ceramics, found objects, and photographs by Cody Hilleboe and R.C. Tibbott. Their work offers an introspective investigation into their understanding...

Exhibition: Ashlee Mays

Public Space One 229 N Gilbert St, Iowa City, IA

Ashlee Mays will be in residence at PS1 June 23-29, working in the IC Press Co-op studio and developing a public project focusing on seed sovereignty. supported by the Arts Midwest US Regional Arts Resilience Fund Ashlee Mays is an artist, printmaker, and director of the Museum of Infinite Outcomes. Her work crosses genres of...

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There is No Place // R.C. Tibbott & Cody Hilleboe

Public Space One 229 N Gilbert St, Iowa City, IA

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION There Is No Place investigates the home as a metaphor for a person's internal space—the place where secrets are kept and where identity lives. There Is No Place features sculptures made of ceramics, found objects, and photographs by Cody Hilleboe and R.C. Tibbott. Their work offers an introspective investigation into their understanding...

Experience Mi Casa, Your Casa 2.0 in Iowa CityJune 10 - July 10th

The Mi Casa, Your Casa 2.0 red frames, each in the shape of a small house, set alongside one another will be placed in three main areas of the pedestrian mall. Inside each “casa”, there is a swing and a ring of lights lining the bottom. When the house is empty, the lights glow dimly to welcome the next visitor. Once someone steps inside, the lights release a more powerful glow, indicating that someone is home.