A Gray Space History

Gray Space

August 19

Burn… (Opening)

Burn… (Opening)
July 27

Metanoia Catalyst

Metanoia Catalyst

Metanoia Catalyst: Fire is the springboard for growth. It has been used as a tool because of its regenerative powers in land management and political struggles alike. The power and speed in which nature regenerates in the wake of a burnt landscape is both a miraculous and inspiring phenomenon. It is a needed reminder that we are part of a cycle, one that has happened before, will come again and the sooner we rebuild and foster regrowth, the better. Leah Wilson & Kate Ali

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May 26

Trophallacy – Vicki Amorose

Trophallacy - Vicki Amorose

May 26, 2018 Vicki Amorose’s performance, Trophallacy challenges the Win/Lose paradigm, especially in the arts. 

May 26

Tailgate Party for Art

Gray Space Group

Gray Space supports Vicki Amorose’s performance, Trophallacy, with a tailgate party for art and exhibition of 2-d work at Eugene Contemporary Art.

October 28

White Noise – Kathleen Caprario

White Noise - Hult Center - Kathleen Caprario

Kathleen Caprario takes White Noise to 4 locations with Gray Space.

September 30

The Highest Fence – Renee Couture

The Highest Fence 20 - Renee Couture

Renee Couture brings The Highest Fence to the Northbound Cabin Creek Rest Area, 20 miles north of Roseburg.

August 18

Brick and Mortar – Kate Ali & Lee Imonen

Shelter in Place: Brick and Mortar - Kate Ali & Lee Imonen

Gray Space makes its first public appearance with Kate Ali And Lee Imonen‘s project, Brick and Mortar, at the Eugene Park Blocks.

March 18

Gray Space Mock-Up

Placing Gray Space

The Gray Space project space begins to take form.

September 25

Gray Space Conceived

Gray Space Specs, Kate Ali

Kate Ali presents her idea of creating a portable project space.

July 16

A First Gathering of Artists

A First Gathering of Artists

Kathleen Caprario contacted a group of artists that she wanted to know better and invited us to meet and to have a conversation. The common thread throughout each artist’s work is an interest in place-based art.

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