Tag: exhibition

  • Art 2024

    Art 2024

    Series: (coming soon)Exhibits: The $#!% Show, LubbockEvent: “Art and AI” Lecture, Roswell Series {AI}ice & DALL-E AI Generative series, drawing from early “Alice in Wonderland” illustrations and Salvado Dali’s illustrations. Coming soon! Exhibits {AI}ice West Texas A&M, Canyon TX March 26-30 $#!% Show 5&J Gallery Lubbock, TX (Jan 6, 13, and 20) Curators: Hannah Dean and…

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  • Press ~ A Residency Reunion: “RAiR reCONNECT 2013-2023”

    Press ~ A Residency Reunion: “RAiR reCONNECT 2013-2023”


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  • Solo ~ a thing of this world

    Solo ~ a thing of this world

    a thing of this world Martha Fenestermaker Memorial Visual Arts Gallery, Laredo Community College Laredo, Texas January 21- February 25, 2016 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…

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  • 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…

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  • 53rd International

    53rd International

    53rd International Exhibition San Diego Art Institute [link] San Diego, California April 18- May 23, 2015

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  • 2014 Sphere

    2014 Sphere

    Culture Laboratory: Sphere curated by Jonathan Whitfill August 24- September 15, 2014 Studio 2504, West Virginia University A naturally occurring phenomena, the sphere is a balanced circumference of pressures. The sphere exerts equal force in all directions, sheltering like constituents and enforcing a barrier of exclusion. Due to it’s perfection the form is inherently isolationist and…

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