Past Exhibitions

Curated by Indianapolis-based artist and curator Michael Milano, Habeas Corpus features the work of five artists––Daniel Baird, Edmund Chia, Jessica Labatte, Kelly Lloyd and Leah Mackin––that presence the body through mediation.

The Indianapolis artist Benjamin Johnson opens the first of two part exhibition at iMOCA’s CityWay Gallery.  Spacetime depicts imagery of the moon throughout the lunar cycle.

Kate Carr’s chooses materials for her sculptures that are associated with utility, usually very familiar (such as felt and plywood), though overlooked in our daily lives. The formal quality that concerns her most is line, the simplest mark that both differentiates while connecting space. She uses simple geometric forms as they allow her materials to be seen and encountered clearly, unencumbered by their shape.

Sarah McKenzie’s work captures architecture in transition. Her work has depicted hotel rooms and parking garages, spaces that are specifically designed to accommodate the temporary; spaces that are fluid rather than fixed. Along these lines, her newest body of work focuses on exhibition spaces–the architecture of museums and galleries.

Color Meditation, acrylic on canvas, 40 x 60 Color Meditations, an exhibition of paintings, sculptures and video, presents a selection of the last two years of James Wille Faust’s studio production.

Untitled (Seated 13), ink and gouache on paper, 22 x 30 in, 2016 Amy Pleasant received a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MFA from the Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.