We recently got a chance to get a look into artist Keri Oldham’s workspace for another installment of our ‘studio visit’ series. Keri was nice enough to send us photos of her studio along with a summery of her new work:
“My new work explores our connection to movies and characters as a way of understanding our own place in reality. In Space for All Endings, paintings and video present a collection of different genre endings that explore memory, time and space. The pieces combine cinema ending fonts taken from movies during the 1930s-1970s and attaches them to planetary constellations traveling through space. My work is both a celebration of film as well as an attempt to show how the stories we encounter are not ends in themselves but passing titles in a larger reality.”
If you in the Dallas area, make sure to check out Keri’s upcoming solo show @ the Kirk Hopper gallery from 4/20-5/25.