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Artist Talk with Tim White and Allen Killian-Moore
The work of photographer Tim White and filmmaker Allen Killian-Moore shares various aesthetic and thematic traits while still retaining each artist’s individual viewpoint. In two newly opened exhibitions, installed side by side, these artists’ works invite viewers into a visual and aural dialogue between the “still” and “moving” image.
Joseph Nease Gallery hosts a literal dialogue between Killian-Moore and White regarding points of connection (and perhaps disconnection) in their work and their process. It’s an opportunity to witness two artists having a discussion about their work and the creative confluences that tend to emerge between like-minded colleagues within a creative community.
After the talk, there will be opportunity to ask the artists questions and tour the work with them.
About the exhibits:
The photography exhibition, showing in Gallery A, represents an emergence of new work by local photographer Tim White after a period of reflection following the completion of several large projects including the NEMBA award winning book and exhibition In and Out of Context.
In Gallery B, the installation film Permanent State of Exception by Allen Killian-Moore, “captures images of the present, on a medium from the past, in order to contemplate a possible future.” The film is composed of original footage, gathered over a period of four years in Pittsburgh, Minneapolis, Duluth, rural Wisconsin, and along the north shore of Lake Superior. Killian-Moore’s sound design features portions of salvaged radio broadcasts taken throughout the past century, while the musical score was written and performed by Andy McCormick, a founding member of the Minneapolis-based ensemble Dreamland Faces.