Posts Tagged ‘Sarah Hamilton’

THE FIVE SENSES // SMoCA

by Sarah Hamilton For a very long time, I have advocated for art, and art experiences, that engaged numerous senses – not just the primary one and a half that the term “visual art” aims for. There are plenty of artists out there that do engage numerous senses, striving to create an environment, not just[…]

LIFELIKE // PHOENIX ART MUSEUM

by Sarah Hamilton Deceptive and delicate, Lifelike keeps visitors on their toes. Currently on view at the Phoenix Art Museum, it is the kind of exhibition that, at first glance, might cause you to blow it off. “Andy Warhol’s brillo boxes? Again?” But much like the work it features, Lifelike deceives expectations.  The show features[…]

A PSYCHIC SLIDE THROUGH TIME // GRAND ARTS

by Sarah Hamilton An Interview with Lacey Wozny and Danny Orendorff on the Charlotte Street Visual Artist Awards Exhibition To those who know it, Kansas City has a vibrant visual arts community, shored up by institutions like the Kansas City Art Institute, Grand Arts, and the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art. The current exhibition of[…]

JULIANNE SWARTZ // SMoCA

by Sarah Hamilton Viewing artwork in a gallery or museum is a two-part pleasure. The first part is the pleasure you take from viewing the artwork – seeing it up close, perhaps walking around and leaning in to it. The second part is watching others in the gallery move around the same works and seeing[…]