New works by Jazmyn Crosby, Karl Hofmann & Mitchell Marti
An exhibition of works with a focus on the qualities of repetition and variation.
On view October 7 – November 18
Opening Reception October 7, 6 – 9pm
About the Artists
Jazmyn Crosby is an artist and curator living and working in New Mexico. Her interests include flies, windows, walking, place and perceived boundaries between urban and natural landscapes. She holds a BFA from the University of New Mexico and has also studied at the Glasgow School of Art, Scotland, and the Academy of Architecture & Art, Prague, Czech Republic.
Karl Hofmann is a painter and installation artist whose work combines aspects of Pop, Dada and Expressionism in effort to portray the sublime, epic and phenomenal. Hofmann holds a BFA from the University of Michigan and an MFA from the University of New Mexico. His work has been the recipient of numerous awards and has been exhibited internationally.
Mitchell Marti is an artist, printmaker, publisher and film editor who lives and works in New Mexico publishing under his imprint Interbang Press. Marti holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Art & Design, and an MFA from the University of New Mexico.
June 17 – August 28, 2016
Ashley Autumn, Michael Apolo Gomez, JC Gonzo, Sam Atakra Haozous, Invasive, Nick Simko & Aaron Mcintosh, Eros, Logan Bellew, Kirstyn Russell
The Sanitary Tortilla Factory is pleased to announce a collection of queer photographers and queer subject matters that expand the ideas of identity, politics and image-making. Queering the Lens is an exhibition of photographic based works that stretch the dominant norms of the contemporary categories of photography. The exhibition is not a collection of specific sexual identities but of the act of looking at the world itself. The works selected for this exhibition create an opportunity to posit the viewer in a context of queerness. The layered disruption of both subject and artifact create moments of subjectivity where queerness can dismantle labels while creating open ended inquiry. Queering the Lens is part of the PhotoSummer exhibition program and is co-curated by Jessamyn Lovell & Sheri Crider.
April 22, 2016
Yes To All is dedicated to Laancer, and to Vana’diel, the digital world she lives in. In the show, Laancer takes one last look at her world. Once-bustling cities and markets are quiet. The beaches are empty. Old friends have disappeared as though they never existed at all. Soon she will disappear, too. Digital avatars leave no traces: no footsteps, no voices, no ghosts. Who will remember Vana’diel when its servers are finally shut down? Some goodbyes are longer, and more difficult, than others.