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Title:Trace Terri Grant & Purnima Patel
Date:7/23/2021 - 1/2/2022
Address:Bellevue Arts Museum, 510 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA 98004
Location:Bellevue, WA
Hours:Thursday (Members Only): 11am – 5pm, Fridays – Sundays: 11am – 5pm
Cost/Cover:Free - $35
Web Page:https://www.bellevuearts.org/exhibitions/upcoming/trace
Contact Info:(425) 519-0770
Details:Trace, a collaborative exhibition by Terri Grant and Purnima Patel, began amongst the fir trees on the campus of the Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, WA. In 2019, Grant, Patel, and fellow glass artist Susan Harlan were collectively awarded the Pilchuck Glass School’s prestigious John H. Hauberg Fellowship, which provides a team of artists open access to Pilchuck’s facilities, with the expectation that they will explore new ways of working with glass and engage in critical personal and artistic dialogue. The artists’ vision was to explore the concept of “trace” between themselves as individuals and community members while also invoking its relationship to the landscape and to the larger world that surrounds us all. The project draws inspiration from the multitude of meanings associated with the word “trace”. As the Pilchuck project evolved, it became clear that “trace,” often thought of as a very small amount, has more deeply visceral meanings that evoke sensory and existential considerations. A trace can be a fragment or a relic, a smell or a taste, a hint or a shred, a speck or a stain. It also can document that something exists, acting as proof despite scale. It can be the path that leads us to our destination, beckoning us to follow or seek. Traces are all around us. Even our home, Earth, it turns out, is composed of a myriad of trace—fragments from exploded stars that coalesced over time and space.


Event is:Every Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
Audience:All Welcome
Category:Exhibit
Submitted by:contributed
 
 
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