Rachel Siegel: Cottage Industry

Pushdot Studio Caruthers 1021 SE Caruthers St, Portland, OR, United States

First Friday Reception: August 7th, 6-9pm Cottage Industry, an installation concerning the nature and site of women’s work, plays off the house/office dynamic of the pushdot studio gallery space. Many professions, including the printer, the butcher, the baker, the nurse, and the homemaker, wear an...

Robert M. Huff: Tropical Plastic

Pushdot Studio Caruthers 1021 SE Caruthers St, Portland, OR, United States

First Friday Reception: July 10th, 6-9pm Robert M. Huff’s images of tropical settings explore the tenuous relationship we have in our environment--the want for things organic but our need to control and contain their growth. Huff’s use of Holga and Diana plastic cameras give the...

Liz Obert: Cybernetic Landscapes

Pushdot Studio Caruthers 1021 SE Caruthers St, Portland, OR, United States

First Friday Reception: June 5th, 6-9pm Liz Obert’s new series began with her fascination with the cultural evolution of society in terms of its relationship with portable technology. “We use devices such as cell phones and cameras to connect to the world, but by doing...

University of Oregon’s Digital Arts Group Show: Ten Feet Tall

Pushdot Studio Caruthers 1021 SE Caruthers St, Portland, OR, United States

First Friday Reception: May 1st, 6-9pm Ten Feet Tall is a group show by a small, eclectic group of practicing artists who are currently bachelor of fine arts students in digital art at the University of Oregon’s White Stag campus in Portland. Their styles vary...

Angela Cash: Insomnia

Pushdot Studio Caruthers 1021 SE Caruthers St, Portland, OR, United States

First Friday Reception: April 3rd, 6-9pm Angela Cash's new series of images recreate the experience of insomniacs and their nightly trials. These nocturnal portraits capture each individual's attempt to pass the time as they long for sleep.  Every carefully crafted image is a short story...

Ed Madrid: The Feel Before the Feeling: Ed Muscle Licks the Fold

Pushdot Studio Caruthers 1021 SE Caruthers St, Portland, OR, United States

First Friday Reception: March 6th, 6-9pm Ed Madrid creates large-scale digital canvas prints which read as paintings. In this latest series of images, figurative elements are swallowed up by their environments, accruing the "scars" which accompany transformation. "While I felt I needed the human figure...

Lori Triburgo: Transportraits

Pushdot Studio Caruthers 1021 SE Caruthers St, Portland, OR, United States

First Friday Reception: February 6th, 6-9pm Lori Triburgo’s “Transportraits,” a series of 20 x 24 inch portraits of transgendered men, is an exploration of identity and representation. Photographed against oil-painted backdrops Triburgo creates using the landscape painting instructions from Bob Ross’, The Joy of Painting,...

Zak Margolis, You Were a Perfect Gentleman

Pushdot Studio Caruthers 1021 SE Caruthers St, Portland, OR, United States

First Friday Reception: December 5th, 6-9pm The drawings in this show depict one of the modules of a larger work in progress Zak Margolis refers to as "Moonbabies." An animated movie with many narrative strings, "Moonbabies" is centered around the three generations leading to the birth...

Elizabeth Soule: Letting the Horses Loose

Pushdot Studio Caruthers 1021 SE Caruthers St, Portland, OR, United States

First Friday Reception: October 3rd, 6-9pm Elizabeth Soule continues to explore the limiting qualities of the Lo-Fi Polaroid process in her new series: Letting the Horses Loose.  Each image was made using a Polaroid SX-70 camera to capture the life-like personalities of each of these...

Daniel Sharp: The Freedom Wheels

Pushdot Studio Caruthers 1021 SE Caruthers St, Portland, OR, United States

First Friday Reception: August 1st, 6-9pm Daniel Sharp’s series The Freedom Wheels is “a collection of photographs taken from 2003-present, many a documentary of my travels pedaling trough Europe and India where I discovered the world is already traveling by bike. Through these photographs I...

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