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- March 28, 1989 to April 8, 1989
Flowers are a reoccurring subject in Brenna George's art. Her use of attractive materials- tin, pine boards, and plastic flowers- add to the lush images. The beauty of the image is balanced by underlying concerns which range from unfulfilling employment to hidden personal potential.
By Brenna George
- October 16, 1999
Ablakela is a performance work by Dana Claxton produced as a live performance, a live internet telecast and an enhanced audio CD with a CD ROM track. The work was produced in October 1999 as grunt's contribution to the performance festival Live at the End of the Century. Ablakela, the word meaning calm in the Lakota language, employed a large video projection of the artist, live, braiding grass while accompanied by two singers of the Native American Church. The simple, 45 minute work explores Lakota spirituality within a performance art construct.
By Dana Claxton, Johnny Mike, Verdell Primeaux
- October 8, 1996 to November 2, 1996
I would like to propose a show of paintings and text to be presented at the grunt gallery. The title of the show would be called The Hardy Boys Revisited. The premise of the work would be that the Hardy Boys would be freed from the narrative time warp in which they are trapped perpetually as seventeen and eighteen year olds. By using fictitious book covers and titles the works chronicle their progression into adulthood and bring Frank and Joe Hardy into the 90's. For the purposes of this show they will begin aging from the late 60's, making them in 1995 in their mid 40's
By Andrew Short
- Curated by Glenn Alteen
- December 15, 1987 to December 24, 1987
"Each person and every object has its angel, which is simply its spirit or essence" With this in mind, grunt has received a vast cross-section of interpretations of angels and their meanings. As angels are messengers between the sprititual and earthly realms so are artists the mediators between the ideal and the real. The nature of the submissions will be as varied and mysterious as the nature of angels themselves.
By Andree LaPare, Aubrey Dayman, Bob Macabre, Carol Haber, Carol Shumas, Claire Kujundzic, Claude Bibeau, Cleo Mittlestat, Crankh, Danielle Peacock, Darrell Wyant, Darwin Wasend, Dave Pritchard, David Asmodeus, Davide Pan, Denis Seguin, Diana Sherlock, Dianne Radmore, Dorrie Ratzlaff, Ellen Mitchell, Faye Hoffman, Georgie Haggerty, Gerda Buxton, Glen Paul, Guldal Erbatur, Hillary Wood, Ian Baker, Jackie Dionne, Jim Christy, Joey Schwartzman, Jose Ventura, Josie Kane, Kathaleen Ball, Kelly Ulrich, Kempton Dexter, Leslie Ann Clark, Leslie Fawkes, Lil Chrzan, Loreen Hall, Lunar Suede, Marion Barling, Marion Bartolini, Marke G.A. Mazeppa, Martine Lambert, Meredith Feldmar, Mike Symonds, Mon Sky, Nora Blanck, Patricia Wolfe, Patsi McMurchy, Paul McDonald, Paula Seaton, Philip Melvin, Raymond Striegler, Robert Meilleur, Sharon Quirke, Spike, Steve Bridger, Terry Morrison, Tom Billings, Tom Knott, Virginia Achten, Wayne Chaput