Notes for Friends
September 30, 2014 6 - 9p
Independent curator and Arizona artist, Dana Buhl brings together an exhibition of sorted and splayed books examining a small cross-section of a medium that holds the trace of human exploration. Selections from the disciplines of activism, art, cartography, philosophy, and science are displayed as discourse with the intent of investigating the transformations of our relationship to the act of walking.
Dana Buhl was born and raised in the Phoenix area. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Photography from Arizona State University. While continuing to exhibit locally Buhl works as the Curatorial Coordinator at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art where her curatorial projects include Bill Owens: Suburbia (2014) and The SMS Portfolios (forthcoming, 2015). Most recently Buhl founded a photo-specific, conversation-driven exhibition space called THE TABLE in the living room of her home hosting monthly exhibitions of local and national photographers.
Location: Arizona State University campus, Tower Center Suite 206, Tempe, Arizona, 85287
Time: Tuesday, September 29th, 6-9p