Image: Studio Gorm, flow and the kitchen of terrestrial mechanics (detail)

VISIT THE EXHIBITION

Call + Response is on view at the Museum of Contemporary Craft
June 18–October 31, 2009. Click here for hours, directions and visitor information.

Presenting Sponsors:
John and Suzanne Bishop



EXHIBITION PARTICIPANTS

Karl Burkheimer, associate professor and head of wood department, Oregon College of Art and Craft
Matt Johnston, assistant professor of art history, Lewis & Clark College

David Eckard, instructor of intermedia and sculpture, Pacific Northwest College of Art
Anne Marie Oliver, assistant professor of intermedia and contemporary art theory,
Pacific Northwest College of Art

Josh Faught, assistant professor and program director of fibers, University of Oregon
Kate Mondloch, assistant professor of contemporary art history and theory, University of Oregon

Anya Kivarkis, assistant professor and area head of jewelry and metalsmithing, University of Oregon
Abby McGehee, associate professor of art history, Oregon College of Art and Craft

Jiseon Lee Isbara, associate professor and head of fibers department, Oregon College of Art and Craft
Kirsi Peltomäki, assistant professor of art history, Oregon State University

Sam Morgan, instructor of ceramics, Portland Community College
Dawn Odell, assistant professor of art history and assistant chair, Lewis & Clark College

Heidi Schwegler, associate professor of metals, Oregon College of Art and Craft
Sue Taylor, professor of art history, Portland State University

Studio Gorm (John Arndt & Wonhee Jeong), associate professor of product design, University of Oregon
Rob Slifkin, assistant professor of art history and humanities, Reed College



WORKS IN THE EXHIBITION

Karl Burkheimer, Five Fourths, 2008
Wood, birch plywood, rice paper; 83 x 62 x 62 inches
Courtesy of the artist

Karl Burkheimer, Proximate, 2009;
Wood, birch plywood, rice paper; 120 x 70 x 70 inches;
Courtesy of the artist

Karl Burkheimer, A & B, 2003
Carved wood; 3 x 3 x 3 inches
Courtesy of the artist

Karl Burkheimer, 1-per, 2009
Carved wood; 3 x 3 x 3 inches
Courtesy of the artist

David Eckard, Prestidigitation: A Folly in Eleven Acts, 2009
Digital video; 13:08 minutes
Courtesy of the artist

David Eckard, Avra Kadavra (vintage), 2009
Bottles, labels, cork, digital image; 12.5 x 2.75 x 2.75 inches each;
Courtesy of the artist

David Eckard, Banner, 2009
Digital image on vinyl; 59 x 94.5 inches
Courtesy of the artist

Josh Faught, four signs to suicide prevention, 2009
Machine knit fabric, garden trellis, paint, disaster blanket; 4 x 9 feet
Courtesy of Lisa Cooley Fine Art and the artist

Josh Faught, no fats or femmes, please, 2009
Patchwork quilt, machine knit fabric, garden trellis, paint; 8 x 5 feet
Courtesy of Lisa Cooley Fine Art and the artist

Jiseon Lee Isbara, Scattered, 2008-09
Cotton fabric, cotton and silk thread; hand and machine stitched, inkjet printed
2.5 x 3.5 inches to 8.5 x 11 inches each; Courtesy of the artist

Jiseon Lee Isbara, Feasible, 2008-09
Silk fabric, cotton and silk thread; hand and machine pieced and stitched, inkjet printed
70.5 x 41 inches; Courtesy of the artist

Jiseon Lee Isbara, Untitled, 2007;
Silk and linen fabric, cotton and silk thread; hand and machine stitched, inkjet printed
9 x 80 x 4 inches; Courtesy of the artist

Matt Johnston, “Karl Burkheimer and the Language of Utility,” 2009

Anya Kivarkis, Julie Andrews, Academy Awards 2008, 2009
Silver, paint; Courtesy of the artist

Anya Kivarkis, Renee Zelleweger, Red Carpet 2008, 2009
Silver; Courtesy of the artist

Anya Kivarkis, Winona Ryder, Lost Jewels 2008, 2009
Silver; Courtesy of the artist

Anya Kivarkis,Winona Ryder, Lost Jewels 2008, 2009
Silver; Courtesy of the artist

Abby McGehee, “Strategies for Loss: Thinking and (Re)Making the Past,” 2009

Kate Mondloch, “The Way Things Work: Josh Faught in Conversation with Kate Mondloch,” 2009

Sam Morgan, X Teapot in Turquoise, 2002
Porcelain and glaze; 7 x 9.5 x 7 inches
Courtesy of Michael Fujita

Sam Morgan, X Teapot in Orange, 2002
Porcelain, slip and wood fired; 7 x 9.5 x 7 inches;
Courtesy of the artist

Sam Morgan, Untitled teapot, 2000
Porcelain and glaze; 6.5 x 12 x 6.5 inches
Courtesy of the artist

Sam Morgan, Floral Butterfly, 2009
Porcelain and glaze; 6.5 x 10 x 7.5 inches
Courtesy of the artist

Sam Morgan, Untitled teapot, 2008
Porcelain and glaze; 9.5 x 10 x 5 inches
Courtesy of the artist

Sam Morgan, Floral Butterfly Teapot, 2009
Porcelain and glaze; 6.5 x 10 x 7.5 inches
Courtesy of the artist

Dawn Odell, “Individual Engagements and Epidermal Surfaces in Sam Morgan’s Art,” 2009

Anne Marie Oliver, “RED RABBIT: David Eckard’s Prestidigitation,” 2009

Kirsi Peltomäki, “Jiseon Lee Isbara: Piecing Fabric and Life with Thread and Order,” 2009

Heidi Schwegler; More Than Simply Made:
Melamine Tea Set Pierced with Ming Dynasty Pattern
, 2009
Melamine; 26 x 27 x 4 inches; Courtesy of the artist

Heidi Schwegler, Means Without End, 2009
Paint; 30 x 30 inches; Courtesy of the artist

Rob Slifkin, “Studio Gorm’s Anxious Utopianism,” 2009

Studio Gorm, flow and the kitchen of terrestrial mechanics, 2005-06
Mixed media; 96 x 44 x 82 inches; Courtesy of Studio Gorm

Studio Gorm, shed/shelf, 2007
Painted and veneered MDF; 96 x 48 x 60 inches when open
Courtesy of Studio Gorm

Sue Taylor, “Heidi Schwegler: Poking Holes,” 2009

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