Month: March 2012
Interview: Ryder Richards installation at Seed Space
Interview in The Tennessean about Breech at Seed Space, Nashville. March 25, 2012 Seed Space features tiny installation with much to say by Michelle Jones “The patterns cut out of the walls are derived from the breeches in guns, specifically those of Winchester rifles, while the stenciled patterns are based on examples found at Versailles. […]
Interview with Max Anderson, DMA Director
Q&A with MUSEUM DIRECTOR MAXWELL ANDERSON by Ryder Richards published by ART NOW NASHVILLE, March 23, 2012 Director of the Dallas Museum of Art Maxwell L. Anderson will discuss museum adaptation through technology 6:30 pm Friday at the Frist Center, as part of their “State of the Art Contemporary Lecture Series.” Anderson, who has worked at The […]
Breech @ Seed Space, Nashville
Ryder Richards: Breech (solo exhibition/installation) March 17-April 30 Seedspace, Nashville, TN Selected as the critic’s pick for the Nashville Scene: “Ryder Richards’ Breech: a compelling installation that anthropomorphizes the architecture of the gallery while taking aesthetic cues from the patterning on the decorative breech of a Winchester rifle.” ~ Joe Nolan Installation images and artist-in-residence interviews available.