Category Archives: Artists

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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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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Plug Alumn News

Katie Bell made 8 Great Brooklyn Artists Under 30! Excerpt from her interview: You have a very robust show history outside of New York. How did that happen? It has all evolved very organically. I had work in Art Chicago … Continue reading

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March Critique Night

Yesterday Guest critics Luke Jordan and Jonah Criswell, and moderator Corey Antis helped lead a public discussion on the works of Amy DeSitter, Ahram Park, and Rodolfo Marron. Plug Projects operates as a space where artists from a variety of backgrounds … Continue reading

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February Conduit @ the Kansas City Museum

Howdy Plug enthusiasts, Despite the snowy weather, our February Conduit Event held at the Kansas City Museum last Saturday was a fruitful experience. In case you haven’t heard of our Conduit program, the events are intended to extend the ideas … Continue reading

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Maureen Nolette

Maureen Nollette’s installations and drawings use everyday materials and  laborious process  to create dense patterns and environments.  These works are gridded and uniform, using a system that serves as a sort of loom. Most often Nollette uses ribbon as her … 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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Color Studies by Derrick Breidenthal

Kansas City painter Derrick Breidenthal is known for his atmospheric landscapes that depict Kansas and Missouri skies and horizons.  They employ an alla prima approach to painting that evokes a sense of emotion and turmoil in the moody light.  In … Continue reading

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“Poor Me” is Rich with Color

Playing off one of the works included in Amy’s previous post on “Yellow” I wanted to post two images of a piece by Nick Van Woert.  Nick is a sculptor living in Brooklyn and is highly engaged in a process … Continue reading

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