Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art opens three fall exhibitions

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Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art opens three fall exhibitions
Kristopher Wright, Dark Was The Night, 2022, Acrylic Ink and Paint on Canvas, 108 x 72 inches. Image Courtesy of the Artist.

BOULDER, CO.- Experience the work of four innovative, Colorado-based artists at BMoCA this fall. BMoCA’s three new exhibitions feature the work of Kevin Hoth, George P. Perez, Kristopher Wright, and Erin Hyunhee Kang. While the artists use distinct processes and address a range of themes, each utilizes and experiments with the medium of photography. They expand the definition and possibilities of photography in works that invite viewers to reflect on how they see the world and moments from their daily lives.

Plane of Action
featuring artists Kevin Hoth & George P. Perez
September 29, 2022–February 19, 2023

Plane of Action explores how Kevin Hoth (Boulder, CO) and George P. Perez (Denver, CO/Detroit, MI) glitch, deconstruct, and rebuild machine and hand-altered photographs. The two artists distort the legibility of imagery sourced from personal collections, archives, and social media through acts of weaving, cutting, collage, and even burning.

Hoth’s works in Plane of Action illustrate his process of deconstructing instant film before collaging the images in a new photo object. The exhibition includes his new, site-specific work The Source, which resembles a rhizomatic, natural system and references interconnectivity. While Hoth focuses on instant film, Perez explores ephemera from daily life, specifically discarded photographs. He draws parallels to the process of weaving as he alters found photographs by tearing, scanning, and rearranging them into new, abstract patterns.

Kristopher Wright: Just As I Am
September 29, 2022–February 19, 2023

Kristopher Wright (Moffat, CO) intertwines the disciplines of painting and printmaking. Just As I Am features 16 new, large-scale works by Wright that are filled with color and complexity and center on themes of joy, community, and healing. While his creative process begins with a found photograph, Wright investigates how an image can shapeshift, changing form as it evolves through the hybrid disciplines.

The works on view in Just As I Am capture moments within places of sanctuary — backyard barbeques or time together around the kitchen table. The power in his work comes from his ability to translate these anonymous, humble snapshots into compositions that connect and resonate with the viewer in ways that feel deeply personal, and even sacred.

Erin Hyunhee Kang: A Home In Between
September 29, 2022–February 19, 2023

Erin Hyunhee Kang (Boulder, CO) is driven by observed spaces of diaspora as metaphors for her life and identity. After moving to the United States at 15, she felt a clash between Eastern and Western values. Her work aims to create a kind of middle ground exploring her identity as a Korean American, female, mother, and wife. Kang’s practice focuses on the subconscious, often resulting in surreal, fragmented landscapes that become new sites of belonging, resistance, and healing.

A Home In Between features Kang’s latest body of work, which centers on destruction, repair, and resilience in the wake of the 2021 Marshall Fire in Boulder County. After her home was severely damaged during the fire, she experienced a range of emotions, from loss to revival, hope, despair, survival, and guilt. She began to view the home as a space where her conflicting emotions co-exist and where healing, reconciliation, and forgiveness can take place.

The works on view in A Home In Between incorporate photography and projection, marking a departure from Kang’s prior work. After the fire, she photographed homes and landscapes in her neighborhood to both capture the devastation and honor what remained. She digitally collaged sections of the images together to create fragmented landscapes that are contemplative and frenetic at the same time.

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