Third Room presents: Alone And Together
PORTLAND, OR (Feb 1st, 2019) –Third Room is pleased to present Alone and Together, with Abney Wallace (Bend, OR) and Daniel Glendening (Portland, OR), by way of our curator-in-residence, Vanessa Briones-Englund.
Alone And Together is a testament to complementary and inverted ways of being; while Daniel’s work beholds objects that maintain a certain bodily subjectivity, Abney’s brings out encapsulations of an otherworldly consciousness. Both work in ways of knowing and perception in conversation with one another and the poetics of being together. We are excited to introduce them in their first show together at Third Room.
About Third Room:
Located at 717 NE Broadway, Suite 2015, Third Room is a space where artists, scholars and activists can come together and remind ourselves of the invaluable impact we have on each other in our community and develop strategies for supporting and sustaining social welfare and growth in our practices, for the long road ahead.
Alone and Together
Artists and peers Abney Wallace (Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies candidate) and Daniel Glendening show together for the first time at Third Room.
The Low-Residency Students had the opportunity this winter to meet with Curators and Gallerists at the Portland Art Museum, Yale Union, PDX contemporary, and Chicken Coop Contemporary
During the Winter Intensive, the First-Year students presented the work the they have completed over their first two semesters. The Second-Year students presented their Thesis Proposals in preparation for their final year of the program.
Visiting Artist Nicholas Frank worked with the Low-Residency MFA students this last week. He taught a seminar on Art Writing, meet individually with students for studio visits, and gave a public lecture. Watch the Nicholas Frank Lecture here: