Associate Professor Kim Beck exhibits new animations and works on paper in a solo show at Montalvo Art Center. As a Fellow at the Lucas Artist Program (LAP) at Montalvo Arts Center, the works on view in this exhibition were created by the artist during a three month residency at the LAP this spring. Beck’s worksare based on experiences of external and internal landscapes, the limits of representation and language, and the process of drawing as a metaphor for change.
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Professor Beck’s work appeared in I-70 Sign Show, Volume 6, 2016, by Anne Thompson, documenting the public art exhibition project of on Missouri billboards.
Lucas Artists Fellows are selected through an international selection process, which is held for each discipline approximately every three years.
Beck’s work spans a variety of media from drawing to installation, looking at ignored landscapes – the outskirts, the suburban, the peripheral – and the changes that take place there.
Associate Professor of Art Kim Beck talks pot holes, Pittsburgh, and her studio practice (yes, they are related!) on Yale University radio.