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Current #bitres Artist: Lindsay Hutchens

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Lindsay Hutchens

Lindsay Hutchens (American, b. 1983) makes art (lately, photographs of her mom, dad, and ex-boyfriends), writes about vernacular family photographs, sometimes gets to do research and write wall labels at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and curates exhibitions in her apartment gallery, Gallery Kin, and as a curatorial fellow at ACRE Projects. A Chicago, Illinois, transplant from Texas, Lindsay holds a Master of Arts degree as a Dean’s Scholar in Visual Critical Studies from School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), having also earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Photography from SAIC. She holds a Bachelor of Arts with honors in Visual Journalism from Brooks Institute of Photography (Ventura, CA), and has tattoos on her body to represent each of these disparate homes.

Lindsay’s work has been previously exhibited in a library hallway at SAIC, a front lawn on the east side of Austin, at a music venue in LA, at the entrance to a theater in NY, on a wooden light pole on Western Ave. in Chicago, on 3-4 album covers, and at the American Studies Association annual meeting in the peer reviewed session Alternative Views: Photography, Self-Representation and Fact in Contemporary American Art and Culture. Her work has been described as both “a lasting impression of bittersweet recollection and hesitant hope for the future,” and also “kind of funny.”

Instagram: @lindsaywithadandana

About #bitres:
As a means of expanding Co-Lab Project's programming into the digital realm, artist/curator Vladimir Mejia selects artists to participate in an Instagram hosted month-long residency. Artists are given full control of the @colabprojectsbitres Instagram account, and all images posted by the artist are categorized by hashtags representing the artist name in residency. Original concept by Sean Ripple.

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November 2nd - 24th, 2019

On view during the East Austin Studio Tour November 16th, 17th, 23rd, and 24th from 12-6pm
Regular Open Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 12-6pm

A food-themed group exhibition featuring the work of Adrian Aguilera, Alexis Mabry, Alison Kuo, Amy Scofield, Anastasia Kirages, Andrea C Magnus, Annie May Johnston, Annie Miller, Ashee Brunson, Becca Estee, Beth Hoeckel, Brenda Armistead, Cecilia Yakin, Cedric Ingram, Chad Hopper, Cheyenne Weaver, Chris Burch, Diego Nava, Drew Liverman and Veronica Giavedoni, Edmond Heusner, Erica Lee, George Zupp, Glenn Twiggs, Greg Davis, Hattie Lindsley, Henry Smith, Iva Kinnaird, Jackson Sutton, Jacqueline Overby, Jozef Winemiller, Kate Hers Rhee, Lalena Fisher, Matthew John Winters, Megan Hildebrandt, Meghan Shogan, Museum of Pocket Art Featuring Justin Favela, Niko Gouris, Olwyn Moxhay, Rachel Gibson, Rachelle Diaz, Rebeca Milton, Rebecca Marino, Robert Jackson Harrington, Ron Geibel, Ryan Davis, Sandy Carson, Sean Gaulager, Stephanie Reid, Stephen Fishman, Susan LaMarca, Suzanne Wyss, Tsz Kam, Valerie Chaussonnet, and Zeke Brill

Opening Reception: Saturday, November 2nd, 7-11pm

noun, often attributive
\ ˈfüd \

Definition of food:

1 a : material consisting essentially of protein, carbohydrate, and fat used in the body of an organism to sustain growth, repair, and vital processes and to furnish energy
b : any nutritious substance that people or animals eat or drink or that plants absorb in order to maintain life and growth

This exhibition is sponsored in part by Springdale General

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