What Makes the City Touch Itself Everywhere at Once?
Jan 14 - Feb 18, 2017
“Even out of context, the two deleted epigraphs betray their weightlessness and make me feel a little sick. If you were here, I would make you some mint tea and turn out the sofa for a little bed. Here you are. There it is. Let’s talk about it tomorrow.Are you alive? One thing next to another doesn’t mean they touch.”
- Bhanu Kapil, Ban en Banlieue
Chelsea Couch (b. 1990, Chattanooga) currently lives and works in Eugene, OR while pursuing her Master of Fine Arts from the University of Oregon in Studio Art. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in Painting and Drawing and studied additionally at King’s College London. Her work is included in the current exhibition, Movement of the Hand or Memory of Touch at Stevenson Union Gallery (Ashland, OR). Other recent exhibition spaces include The White Box (Portland, OR) The Portland ‘Pataphysical Society (Portland, OR), Linfield Gallery (McMinnville, OR), and the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (Eugene, OR). Upcoming shows include a group exhibition at Disjecta Contemporary Art Center (Portland, OR).