Jupiter Island at Circuit12


OCTOBER 17 – NOVEMBER 14, 2015
Circuit 12 is pleased to present Jupiter Island, a group show organized by Lauren Fulton.
Saturday, October 17, 2015. 6-10 PM
1811 E. Levee St, Dallas, TX 75207


1130 Dragon St. Suite 150
Dallas Texas 75207
The title of the exhibition – a reference to artist Cy Twombly’s fragile and monumental sculptures produced in Jupiter Island, Florida during the year 1992 – showcases the work of eight artists, each considering notions of isolation, remoteness, and anticipation of the unknown. Expounding on such ideas through a variety of media, their practices reflect on mass media and the manipulation of memory; militaristic strategy and violence; and questions of blind faith and afterlife. Jupiter Island, like Twombly’s own untitled constructions, juxtaposes the organic with the artificial, presents coarse, poignant subject matter, and embraces the intersection of art with science and technology.

For information or to request a preview of available works contact Dustin or Gina Orlando at info@circuit12.com

About the artists

Robert Andrade (San Diego)

Andrade attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and received his MFA from Cornell University in 2011. His work has been exhibited around California, New York, Chicago, and Dallas, where he was a UT Dallas CentralTrak resident in 2013 and 2015. Andrade is an instructor in the School of Arts and Communication at Southwestern Community College in San Diego and is preparing for a solo exhibition at Providence College (Providence, RI) in the spring.

Debra Barrera (Houston)

Barrera studied at the University of Texas Austin and received her MFA in Painting from the University of Houston. She has exhibited widely throughout Texas, most recently at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston and the Gaddis Geeslin Gallery at Sam Houston State University. Barrera was a 2014 Artist in Residence at Rice University in the School of Physics and Astronomy and is represented by Moody Gallery in Houston.

William Binnie (Williamstown)

Binnie attended Pitzer College and received his MFA from Southern Methodist University in 2014. He has exhibited in Dallas, Seattle, Los Angeles, New Orleans, and New York. Last year he was a resident at The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation (Captiva, Florida). Binnie is a founding member of the collective ART BEEF and art space BEEFHAUS in Dallas. He is represented by Paul Loya Gallery in Los Angeles.

Kayla Lewis (Chicago)

Lewis studied at Ohio State University and received an MFA in Art and Technology from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2015. Her work has been exhibited in her hometown, Columbus, and around Chicago. Besides teaching at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Lewis works as a software interface designer.

Soo Shin (Chicago)

Shin received a BFA and MFA from Ewha Womans University in Seoul, South Korea, and an MFA in Fiber and Materials Studies from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2011. Her work has shown throughout Illinois, with other shows in New York, Tallahassee, Kansas City, Memphis, and around various parts of Michigan. Shin has received numerous awards and fellowships. Her most recent residencies include MacDowell Colony (Peterborough, NH), Ox-Bow (Saugatuck, MI), and Art Farm (Marquette, NE). Shin is an instructor at Calumet College of St. Joseph in Whiting, Indiana.

Bryan Volta (New Brunswick)

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Volta studied at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he received his BFA in 2015. His work has been exhibited widely around Chicago, and he has been awarded multiple ArtSlant Prizes and residencies, including ACRE (Steuben, WI) and the Chicago Artists Coalition LAUNCH Invitational Residency. Volta is currently an MFA candidate at the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University.

Jenyu Wang (New Brunswick)

Wang studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, University of Maryland College Park, and received her MFA in Photography from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2014. Her work has been exhibited in Brooklyn and throughout Chicago, and her video piece Curtains was recently shown at the 2015 Center for Asian American Media Festival in San Francisco. She has held residencies at Hatch Projects (Chicago) and ACRE (Steuben, WI).

Hyounsang Yoo (Chicago)

Yoo studied photography at the Seoul Institute of Arts in South Korea and later received both his BFA and MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He has won numerous awards for his work and is a current resident at Hatch Projects (Chicago). Yoo’s work has been shown extensively throughout Chicago and Korea, as well as New York, Boston, Columbia, Munich, and the Netherlands. His work is currently included in North Korean Perspectives, a group exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago.

About the curator

Lauren Fulton is a Dallas native with past experience at the Nasher Sculpture Center and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, where she worked before moving to Chicago in 2013. In 2015, she received her MA in Art History, Theory, and Criticism from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Fulton is a curatorial research assistant at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago and a curatorial fellow for ACRE Projects.

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