View the new exhibitions brightening this premier UT-based visual arts space here in the fall of 2018: "Lan Tuazon: In the Land of Real Shadows," "Exploring the Arctic Ocean," "Like the Lonely Traveler: Video Works by María Magdalena Campos-Pons," "Another Green World," and "Sit: Designs by Charles and Ray Eames."
The artist Priscilla Robinson works with water and fiber (yucca, flax, abaca, kozo, and gampi) to create handmade paper – and fire and sand to make glass. These elements also inspire the shapes and compositions within her work, making the pieces not only about but also of the natural world.
In this new show by Tammie Rubin, "the wispy tendrils of ball moss serve as a signifier of gathering chaos, conclave connections, concentrated confusion, a labyrinth of values, and growing will. Sculptures are constructed of knots and tangles of twine and rope, embedded with steel wool and cotton, and armatures of wire."
Wednesday Night Flix: Bizarre, outrageous, and profoundly silly, Zoolander is so delightfully over the top, so satisfied with its own daft abilities that it verges on some new sort of comic classicism.