Explore the traditional gallery concept, addressing the ideas of availability, exhibitions, and performance. The main focus is to circumvent protocol without divorcing it from convention. Ultimately, the venue becomes part of the exhibition.
mam.org/store Gallery, 2012: Otherwise known as MAMo is a small but versatile gallery built around a Milwaukee Art Museum Store's paper bag. Designed to provide access to the museum without being obtrusive the gallery will feature a new show for every visit.
The Blue Frame Gallery, 2011: Meant for trekking through the (post)industrial/entertainment/ recreational zone that is the Menomonee River Valley. The gallery is a new breed of gallery space that relies on context without needing a permanent location.
Gallery Walls, 2010: Two things that all museums contain: exhibits and a support structure on which to exhibit them. That support structure in many cases is just as interesting as the exhibits they are meant to showcase. In Gallery Walls the relationship is blurred in which the exhibit and support structure cannot clearly be defined with both expressing characteristics of the other.