Category: events

  • 2015 Awesomeness

    2015 Awesomeness

    2015 Awesomeness: a year-in-art review The Numbers || Exhibits || Moments || Publishing

  • Interview ~ Lorem Ipsum with Ben Lima

    Interview ~ Lorem Ipsum with Ben Lima

    Ryder Richards interviewed by Benjamin Lima November 2015 This interview was conducted via Google Docs on the occasion of the exhibition “Lorem Ipsum” at the Pollock Gallery, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, November 7 to December 12, 2015. “Lorem Ipsum” was curated by Danielle Avram, Pelican Bomb (Cameron Shaw and Amanda Brinkman) and Ben Lima. Ryder […]

  • Exhibit ~ Lorem Ipsum: Decisions

    Exhibit ~ Lorem Ipsum: Decisions

    Lorem Ipsum (an exhibition in 3 parts) curators Danielle Avram, Pelican Bomb, and Benjamin Lima November 7 – December 12, 2015 Opening reception:  Nov. 7 from 6-8 p.m. at Pollock Gallery, SMU, Dallas [link] Panel discussion: Nov. 19 at 7 p.m. In graphic design, the jumbled Latin phrase “lorem ipsum” is used as a placeholder in advance […]

  • Exhibit ~ Temporary Sculpture Garden: Lubbock

    Exhibit ~ Temporary Sculpture Garden: Lubbock

    Temporary Sculpture Garden: Lubbock curated by Eli Blasko LHUCA, Lubbock, Texas [link] November 6, – December 4, 2016 The Temporary Sculpture Garden: Lubbock is the initiation of an ongoing project by Eli Blasko that brings artists together on a national level to exhibit outdoor works made from both conventional and unconventional materials in an interim […]

  • Lecture~ University of Alabama

    Lecture~ University of Alabama

    Ryder Richards ~ Lecture/Art Talk “Precarity, Post-Fordism, and the Labor of Art: I Work Out” October 13th, 2015 @ 2 PM AEIVA HESS Lecture Hall University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL The lecture will cover his art practice from 2011-14 in 3 minutes, and then focus on the last 9 months of culture production: considering science fiction as modernist […]

  • Solo ~ a thing of this world [2015]

    Solo ~ a thing of this world [2015]

    a thing of this world Public Address [link] Brooklyn, New York August 1- 14, 2015 a thing of this world, Ryder Richards’ installation has evolved from researching civil power conflicts, primarily focusing on the relationship between police and citizens. Influenced by power/knowledge theory, the work uses the aesthetics of conflict while considering academic knowledge as a […]