My project ‘Landscapes of Absence’ will be on view at the Miller Art Museum in Sturgeon Bay, WI from July 16th through September 12, 2022. The exhibition in the main gallery is complemented by selections of other projects that provide a context for this work within my larger body of work. On view will be selections from the short/cuts video sketchbook series, the two-channel video installation ‘These Visions’, and selections from the ‘Acceleration Fragments’ photography print portfolio. Also on display will be the exhibition ‘No Interference – Landscapes from the Permanent Collection’ on the Ruth Morton Miller Mezzanine level. This exhibit offers an opportunity to examine our emotional and spiritual responses to nature untouched by human presence.
There will be several public programs in association with the exhibition:
Friday, July 15 – Volunteer & Members Only Preview Tour
Main gallery | 4pm -5pm
Join the curator for a personal tour of the new exhibitions ‘Landscapes of Absence’ & ‘No Interference.’ See it before anyone else does and learn insights about the exhibition that you won’t get anywhere else.
Saturday, July 16 – Opening Reception
Main gallery | 5pm – 6:30pm
Opening Reception for ‘Landscapes of Absence’ by Brandon Bauer. Free and open to the public.
Thursday, July 21 – The Studio Door with Brandon Bauer
Main gallery | 10:30am
A conversation between Miller Art Museum Curator Helen Del Guidice and Brandon Bauer discussing artistic process, inspiration, stories, and insights.
Thursday, August 25 – A Day Under the City Film Screening and Artist Discussion
Main gallery | 5:00 – 7:00pm
A screening of the experimental video A Day under the City followed by a discussion with the artist.
Landscape Fragments | Sturgeon Bay Public Access Viewings
1:00 – 5:00pm Daily on Channel 987
A program of moving image works by Brandon Bauer exploring concepts of landscape broadcast on Channel 987 Monday, July 25th – Monday, August 1st and again on Saturday, August 20th – Saturday, August 27th from 1:00 – 5:00pm daily.
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