Hemispheres: More work to be done

In 2014 I was honored to begin working with Barclay Martin and Unbound to develop a strategy and curate a new project. We wanted to use photographs, video, and music to bring awareness to the good work that the organization does throughout the world (Unbound is currently working in 21 developing countries).

We had our inaugural show in November at The Living Room Theatre, where we had a great setting, beautiful lighting, amazing live music, and projections done by the incomparable Quixotic Fusion. We had a packed house, a great response, and it was a success on every measure.

But, there is more work for this project to do!

Hemispheres exhibit on the move

Unbound’s Hemispheres exhibit on the move

And in 2015 we will be putting this exhibit to work, to do what it is intended to do – to meet people where they are, to move them, to introduce them to both the amazing talented people living half-way around the world, and Unbound, the organization that is working in partnership with them.

I hope you will be able to join us at a show soon!



Hemispheres: Sound Photographs from Madagascar
January 15-February 13, 2015

Miller Nichols Library
The Dean’s Gallery – 4th Floor
(on the campus of UMKC)

Opening Reception
Thursday, January 15
4:30-7:00pm (light refreshments)

800 E 51st St.
Kansas City, MO 64110

*Free parking will be available in the lot immediately north of the library, accessible via Rockhill Rd.

Disruption!On the moveLooooong wallMaster installerLearning from the masterAre we there yet?Miller Nichols Library, Dean's Gallery

Currently we have the exhibit booked through summer 2015, but we are looking for venues beyond that date. If you know of someplace that might like to host the exhibit, please let me know.

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