The Highest Fence
Kate Ali & Lee Imonen:
Shelter in Place
Gray Space Sketch
Empty Gray Space
GRAY SPACE is a cube-shaped itinerant art space, welded and wheeled by artists. The 6’x6’x6’ GRAY SPACE will be parked for a day at various locations throughout Oregon. The artists of the GRAY SPACE group will install their individual work in or alongside the GRAY SPACE module, creating a space of inclusion and dialogue.
GRAY SPACE intentionally engages an audience without the confines and expectations of a gallery or art center. The artist will be on site. The project explores the interplay between site, context, art and viewer, and activates public space.
THE GRAY SPACE GROUP
GRAY SPACE artists are Kate Ali, Lee Imonen, Michael Boonstra, Kathleen Caprario, Sandee McGee, Andrew Myers, Leah Wilson, Renee Couture and Vicki Amorose.
We are Oregon-based artists who gather around an ideaphoric concept: the traveling installation space, freely accessible to random audiences.
GRAY SPACE artists are well versed in the mechanisms of art funding; but with this project, we choose to jump the fences of institutional thinking. We grant each other permission to install our individual work inside the Gray Space. As collaborators, we find momentum together and tap the generative resource of each other’s creative drive.
Gray Space’s Project Places
Shelter In Place - Kate Ali & Lee Imonen
August 18, 2017
The Highest Fence - Renee Couture
September 30, 2017
White Noise Hult Center: Kathleen Caprario
October 28, 2017
White Noise Mims House: Kathleen Caprario
Mim's House, October 28, 2017
White Noise Skinner Butte: Kathleen Caprario
Skinner Butte, October 28, 2017
White Noise Oak Grove Rest Area: Kathleen Caprario
Northbound Oak rove Rest Area, October 28, 2017