Burlington City Arts

Conrad Bakker: Untitled Project: Seasonal Economies

For the last 15 years, artist Conrad Bakker has been working on a series of Untitled Projects that complicate, reflect on and celebrate the life of objects. Bakker creates hand-carved and painted facsimiles of familiar objects, from mid-century modernist furniture to garage-sale collectibles.

Jason Hanasik: Fall In Line

California-based photographer and video artist Jason Hanasik explored evolving notions of sexual, gender and emotional identity. His projects chronicled the indoctrination of a young man into military service, the isolation present in the family unit, and the ways in which grief permeated the recent housing crisis.

John Anderson: Drawings 2006-2012 Constructed Conceptual

Vermont-based artist and architect John Anderson challenges conventional definitions of drawing and sculpture by blurring the boundaries between two-dimensional drawing and three-dimensional space.

Gregg Blasdel: Bounty

2012 Barbara Smail Award winner Gregg Blasdel explores social memory through objects and customs that recall cultural events, experiences and people. Raised in the Midwest, Blasdel was inspired by regional customs among farmers and ranchers who picked objects from fields or kept trophies from hunts and placed them on fence posts and barns.

Seat's Taken

Seat’s Taken was a group exhibition designed to continue the community-wide dialogue initiated by ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center’s recent exhibition, RACE: Are We So Different?.

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Innovative light and sound-focused technologies that fuel a new generation of art “making” were the focus of this exhibition. The BCA Center was transformed into a multi-floor interactive space that showcased experiential and customizable technologies that blurred the distinctions between science, art, and technology.