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Pamphlet for the Salt Lake Art Center containing about the SLAC and information about the 2005-2006 Exhibitions: "Sophie Matisse: Be Back in 5 Minutes and Zebra-Stripe Paintings," "Robert Motherwell: Te Quiero," "Deference to Deffebach," "Bold, Bad and Dangerous," "Looking back: 75 Years at the Salt Lake Art Center," "Material Culture: The Fine Art of Textiles," and "Robert Tablin: Five Outer Planets."
Pamphlet for the Fall exhibitions at SLAC. Exhibitions include: "Cohabitation" by Kaiti Slater in the Main Gallery and "Dear Mr. Ripley...Treasures from the Ripley's Believe It or Not! Archive" in the Upper Gallery.
Pamphlet containing information about the Spring exhibits at SLAC. Exhibits include "Percent For Arts" in the Main Gallery space, "Soy Un Testigo" in the Upper Gallery, and "Tai Loc Huynh: Life Goes On" in the West Hallway. The pamphlet also includes a summer exhibition list and an ad for the grand opening of the Salt Palace Convention Center.
Pamphlet for the Salt Lake Art Center. The pamphlet contains information about the public programs including exhibitions, youth education, art talks, guided discussions, the bookstore, resource library, and art center school. The 2007-2008 exhibitions are highlighted.
Christopher Kelly's "God Complex" expands and encapsulates this particular creationist motif by referencing the language and aesthetics of science fiction. A genre often associated with futuristic pursuits of new worlds and extraterrestrial life, sci-fi is also an apt metaphor for the discovery of differences between self and other, human and alien. Although Kelly's practice is averse to explicit narrative, one cannot help but attempt to place each work into a greater story. His performative sculptures are poetic simulations that confront the perplexities of identity. By constructing allegorical depictions of personal dialogues, Kelly forms an internal autobiography. Exhibition held in the Projects Gallery space.