Category Archives: Exhibitions

Mathew Kaney Conduit: This is the United States Calling

For Plug Project’s Conduit programming, we invited four local musicians to compose a piece that was inspired by Kaney’s video games.  This was a collaboration with Patrick Chan, Cody Kauhl, Scott Steele, and Russel Thorpe. Examples of sounds played during … Continue reading

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Matthew Kaney: All Fun and Games

Matthew Kaney, an Oklahoma based new media artist presented his work at Plug Projects for a solo show titled ‘All Fun and Games’. The show was reviewed at the Pitch by Tracy Abeln, who noted the sociopolitical issues surrounding Kaney’s … Continue reading

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Brandon Juhasz “I Can’t Promise to Try”

If you haven’t had a chance to see the current show, check out Brandon Juhasz’ “I Can’t Promise to Try” this Saturday from 10-5. Today, The Pitch released an article Tracy Abeln wrote on the current show.   An excerpt … Continue reading

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Andy Brayman Studio Visit

It seems like Floor Plan just opened, but here at Plug we are busy planning for the upcoming show Rare Earth, featuring artists that are interested in dealing with environmental issues in their studio practice.  Plug members stopped by local … Continue reading

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Sculptural Hives

In connection with the Carrie Scanga exhibiton “Breathe: The Emergent Colony” I wanted to post a link to a brief article I found online today that features the work of Hilary Berseth.  Hilary builds sculptural forms out of wire and … Continue reading

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Correlation of Space: Gehry Kohler and Vincent Como

I recently have became familiar with Kansas City based artist, Gehry Kohler.  More specifically, his process-based drawings.  The drawings, at first glance, resemble minimalist works of the 1960′s, but upon closer examination his detailed labor intensive process starts to show. … Continue reading

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Michelle Grabner in Color

Our exhibition Endless includes the methodical tondo drawings of Chicago-based artist, eductor, writer, gallerist (and more, I’m sure) Michelle Grabner.  Her works create a mesmerizing space of repetitive marks that seem simultaneously mathematical and rather intuitive.  I’m trying to figure … Continue reading

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MULTI-CHANNEL_LINK 01 (Mark Lombardi: Global Networks)

Mark Lombardi. In my opinion, an extremely underrated artist.  Not only are the works visually stunning and eloquently composed, but the research involved is mind blowing.  I was first introduced to Mark Lombardi’s work in graduate school and immediately responded to what … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Julie Green!

Last week, the Joan Mitchell Foundation (New York, NY) announced their yearly Painters and Sculptors Fellows, and PLUG artist Julie Green is a recipient.  Julie’s video and plates from her “Last Supper” Series were included in our inaugural exhibition “Living … Continue reading

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Contemporary Restorations

Trained as a conservator, Kathleen Gilje has turned her interest in restoration into paintings that reconfigure masters works by twisting its commentary.  I was initially introduced to Kathleen’s work when she was a visiting artist at Vermont Studio Center, and … Continue reading

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