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1 PhDay Coat rsga-ph-00618 1993 Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "PhDay Coat," 1993. Barckert participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists,...
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Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "PhDay Coat," 1993. Barckert participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June 2-July 1, 1995. "My work explores the question: What will life be like one, two, or even ten centuries from now, based on current environmental and cultural conditions? Propelled by topics like genetic engineering, the disappearing rain forests and science fiction fantasy, my work proposes that the human body may evolve into a form radically different from that which we experience today." --[Source: Profiles, June 2-July 1, 1995 (rsga_eph_00242)]
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2 Wig rsga-ph-00634 [date unknown] Photograph of Elise Ferguson's "Wig." Ferguson participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June 2-July...
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Photograph of Elise Ferguson's "Wig." Ferguson participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June 2-July 1, 1995. "Beginning with an urge to express 'human-ness' and to articulate the fragmentary nature of existence, my work is a critique on the unified subject." --[Source: Profiles, June 2-July 1, 1995 (rsga_eph_00242)]
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3 Gripper Slippers rsga-ph-00620 1993 Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "Gripper Slippers," 1993. Barckert participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area...
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Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "Gripper Slippers," 1993. Barckert participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June 2-July 1, 1995. "My work explores the question: What will life be like one, two, or even ten centuries from now, based on current environmental and cultural conditions? Propelled by topics like genetic engineering, the disappearing rain forests and science fiction fantasy, my work proposes that the human body may evolve into a form radically different from that which we experience today." --[Source: Profiles, June 2-July 1, 1995 (rsga_eph_00242)]
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4 Anterior Sorti hood Group rsga-ph-00617 [date unknown] Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "Anterior Sorti hood Group." Barckert participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area...
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Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "Anterior Sorti hood Group." Barckert participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June 2-July 1, 1995. "My work explores the question: What will life be like one, two, or even ten centuries from now, based on current environmental and cultural conditions? Propelled by topics like genetic engineering, the disappearing rain forests and science fiction fantasy, my work proposes that the human body may evolve into a form radically different from that which we experience today." --[Source: Profiles, June 2-July 1, 1995 (rsga_eph_00242)]
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5 Anterior Sorti hood Group rsga-ph-00619 [date unknown] Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "Anterior Sorti hood Group." Barckert participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area...
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Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "Anterior Sorti hood Group." Barckert participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June 2-July 1, 1995. "My work explores the question: What will life be like one, two, or even ten centuries from now, based on current environmental and cultural conditions? Propelled by topics like genetic engineering, the disappearing rain forests and science fiction fantasy, my work proposes that the human body may evolve into a form radically different from that which we experience today." --[Source: Profiles, June 2-July 1, 1995 (rsga_eph_00242)]
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6 Wig rsga-ph-00661 [date unknown] Photograph of Elise Ferguson's "Wig." Ferguson participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June 2-July...
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Photograph of Elise Ferguson's "Wig." Ferguson participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June 2-July 1, 1995. "Beginning with an urge to express 'human-ness' and to articulate the fragmentary nature of existence, my work is a critique on the unified subject." --[Source: Profiles, June 2-July 1, 1995 (rsga_eph_00242)]
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7 Wolly Wimboot rsga-ph-00614 [date unknown] Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "Wolly Wimboot," stuffed animal. From the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June 2...
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Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "Wolly Wimboot," stuffed animal. From the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June 2-July 1, 1995. "My work explores the question: What will life be like one, two, or even ten centuries from now, based on current environmental and cultural conditions? Propelled by topics like genetic engineering, the disappearing rain forests and science fiction fantasy, my work proposes that the human body may evolve into a form radically different from that which we experience today." --[Source: Profiles, June 2-July 1, 1995 (rsga_eph_00242)]
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8 Cyber Steve rsga-ph-00615 [date unknown] Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "Cyber Steve," 1995. Barckert participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists...
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Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "Cyber Steve," 1995. Barckert participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June 2-July 1, 1995. "My work explores the question: What will life be like one, two, or even ten centuries from now, based on current environmental and cultural conditions? Propelled by topics like genetic engineering, the disappearing rain forests and science fiction fantasy, my work proposes that the human body may evolve into a form radically different from that which we experience today." --[Source: Profiles, June 2-July 1, 1995 (rsga_eph_00242)]
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9 Good Things; Profiles rsga_eph_00224 June 2-July 1, 1995 RSGA Ephemera: Drawer 3, 1994-1997
10 Seeing SunSpots rsga-ph-01978 1994 Photograph of Tim Branson's "Seeing SunSpots," 1994, oil on canvas, 48"x72". Tim Branson was a part of the exhibition "Profiles," June 3...
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Photograph of Tim Branson's "Seeing SunSpots," 1994, oil on canvas, 48"x72". Tim Branson was a part of the exhibition "Profiles," June 3-July 1, 1995.</br> "Profiles is an annual survey of work by area artists. Over five years time, the Profiles exhibition has afforded the RSG Exhibitions Committee the opportunity to respond directly, and on an individual basis, to the work reviewed collectively throughout the year. The open selection process gives members the opportunity of selecting artists on the merits of the work alone, without the structure of a curatorial theme. Committee members participating in curating this year's Profiles are: David Hartt, Laura Letinsky, Corey McCorkle, Mary Murphy, Karen Reimer, Elizabeth Riggle, Jane Saks, Marie Shurkus, Treasure Smith and Hamza Walker. " --[Source: -- Event calendar -- May/July 1995]
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11 EWE rsga-ph-01982 1995 Elise Ferguson's "EWE," 1995. Elise Ferguson was a part of the exhibition "Profiles," June 3-July 1, 1995.</br> Profiles is an...
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Elise Ferguson's "EWE," 1995. Elise Ferguson was a part of the exhibition "Profiles," June 3-July 1, 1995.</br> Profiles is an annual survey of work by area artists. Over five years time, the Profiles exhibition has afforded the RSG Exhibitions Committee the opportunity to respond directly, and on an individual basis, to the work reviewed collectively throughout the year. The open selection process gives members the opportunity of selecting artists on the merits of the work alone, without the structure of a curatorial theme. Committee members participating in curating this year's Profiles are: David Hartt, Laura Letinsky, Corey McCorkle, Mary Murphy, Karen Reimer, Elizabeth Riggle, Jane Saks, Marie Shurkus, Treasure Smith and Hamza Walker." --[Source: Event calendar -- May/July 1995]
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12 [Title unknown] rsga-ph-01979 1994 Photograph of Tim Branson's "[Title unknown]," 1994, charcoal on paper, 12"x14". Tim Branson was a part of the exhibition "Profiles,"...
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Photograph of Tim Branson's "[Title unknown]," 1994, charcoal on paper, 12"x14". Tim Branson was a part of the exhibition "Profiles," June 3-July 1, 1995.</br> "Profiles is an annual survey of work by area artists. Over five years time, the Profiles exhibition has afforded the RSG Exhibitions Committee the opportunity to respond directly, and on an individual basis, to the work reviewed collectively throughout the year. The open selection process gives members the opportunity of selecting artists on the merits of the work alone, without the structure of a curatorial theme. Committee members participating in curating this year's Profiles are: David Hartt, Laura Letinsky, Corey McCorkle, Mary Murphy, Karen Reimer, Elizabeth Riggle, Jane Saks, Marie Shurkus, Treasure Smith and Hamza Walker. " --[Source: Event calendar -- May/July 1995]
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13 Untitled rsga-ph-01981 1994 Photograph of Tim Branson's "Untitled," 1994, charcoal on paper, 12"x5". Tim Branson was a part of the exhibition "Profiles," June 3-July...
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Photograph of Tim Branson's "Untitled," 1994, charcoal on paper, 12"x5". Tim Branson was a part of the exhibition "Profiles," June 3-July 1, 1995.</br> "Profiles is an annual survey of work by area artists. Over five years time, the Profiles exhibition has afforded the RSG Exhibitions Committee the opportunity to respond directly, and on an individual basis, to the work reviewed collectively throughout the year. The open selection process gives members the opportunity of selecting artists on the merits of the work alone, without the structure of a curatorial theme. Committee members participating in curating this year's Profiles are: David Hartt, Laura Letinsky, Corey McCorkle, Mary Murphy, Karen Reimer, Elizabeth Riggle, Jane Saks, Marie Shurkus, Treasure Smith and Hamza Walker. " --[Source: Event calendar -- May/July 1995]
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14 Hyperhelper rsga-ph-00621 [date unknown] Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "Hyperhelper." Barckert participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June...
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Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "Hyperhelper." Barckert participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June 2-July 1, 1995. "My work explores the question: What will life be like one, two, or even ten centuries from now, based on current environmental and cultural conditions? Propelled by topics like genetic engineering, the disappearing rain forests and science fiction fantasy, my work proposes that the human body may evolve into a form radically different from that which we experience today." --[Source: Profiles, June 2-July 1, 1995 (rsga_eph_00242)]
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15 Camouflage à la Mode rsga-ph-00616 [date unknown] Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "Camouflage à la Mode." Barckert participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area...
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Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "Camouflage à la Mode." Barckert participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June 2-July 1, 1995. "My work explores the question: What will life be like one, two, or even ten centuries from now, based on current environmental and cultural conditions? Propelled by topics like genetic engineering, the disappearing rain forests and science fiction fantasy, my work proposes that the human body may evolve into a form radically different from that which we experience today." --[Source: Profiles, June 2-July 1, 1995 (rsga_eph_00242)]
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16 Boarbaluga rsga-ph-00622 [date unknown] Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "Boarbaluga." Barckert participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June...
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Photograph of Lynda Barckert's "Boarbaluga." Barckert participated in the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June 2-July 1, 1995. "My work explores the question: What will life be like one, two, or even ten centuries from now, based on current environmental and cultural conditions? Propelled by topics like genetic engineering, the disappearing rain forests and science fiction fantasy, my work proposes that the human body may evolve into a form radically different from that which we experience today." --[Source: Profiles, June 2-July 1, 1995 (rsga_eph_00242)]
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17 Neighborhood Worry rsga-ph-01980 1994 Photograph of Tim Branson's "Neighborhood Worry," 1994, oil on canvas, 48"x72". Tim Branson was a part of the exhibition "Profiles," June...
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Photograph of Tim Branson's "Neighborhood Worry," 1994, oil on canvas, 48"x72". Tim Branson was a part of the exhibition "Profiles," June 3-July 1, 1995.</br> "Profiles is an annual survey of work by area artists. Over five years time, the Profiles exhibition has afforded the RSG Exhibitions Committee the opportunity to respond directly, and on an individual basis, to the work reviewed collectively throughout the year. The open selection process gives members the opportunity of selecting artists on the merits of the work alone, without the structure of a curatorial theme. Committee members participating in curating this year's Profiles are: David Hartt, Laura Letinsky, Corey McCorkle, Mary Murphy, Karen Reimer, Elizabeth Riggle, Jane Saks, Marie Shurkus, Treasure Smith and Hamza Walker. " --[Source: Event calendar -- May/July 1995]
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18 Profiles, June 2-July 1, 1995 rsga_eph_00242 June 2-July 1, 1995 RSGA Ephemera: Drawer 3, 1994-1997
19 Juicy rsga-ph-00632 [date unknown] Photograph of Spencer Dormitzer's "Juicy." Dormitzer participated the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June 2...
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Photograph of Spencer Dormitzer's "Juicy." Dormitzer participated the exhibition "Profiles," the annual survey of area artists, June 2-July 1, 1995. "I'm interested in what is not visible. These works are each narratives which imply different things about the roles of those involved, yet cannot be fully realized without the viewer. What is shown is a sort of evidence of interaction - an isolated point in a story which can spark unlimited variations."
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