October Flash Show: Intersexions, Caroline Earley and Kate Walker

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Caroline Earley
Kate Walker

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Friday, October 30 // 6:30pm-8:30pm
free // refreshments served

Saturday, October 31 and Sunday, November 1

Intersexions features new work by Boise-based artists Caroline Earley and Kate Walker. A collaborative series developed during a recent artists residency at Whitireia Community Polytechnic in New Zealand, Intersexions explores ideas relating to boundary crossing and the construction of gender. Personal and political boundaries are constantly being crossed in the rapidly shifting territory of gender identity. Through the use of ceramics and mixed media, forms suggesting XY chromosomes are arranged to suggest various equations or combinations. Narrative line drawings depict couples involved in ambiguous contact activities, and the playful usage of bright colors and flocking accentuate humor and add a festive absurdity.



Caroline Earley received her MFA from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and is currently Associate Professor of Art at Boise State University. She was the Grand Prize winner of the 2013 Idaho Triennial Exhibition held at the Boise Art Museum. Recent exhibitions include the 2014 Wallace Art Awards travelling exhibition, the Object Space Window Gallery and the San Angelo National Ceramics Competition, San Angelo, Texas. Her work was also included in the Gyeonggi International CeraMIX Biennale 2011 in the Republic of Korea.

Kate Walker received her MFA from the University of Arizona in 2005 and is currently Assistant Professor, Interdisciplinary Studio at Boise State University. Walker’s work encompasses painting, drawing and digital video projects, which use narrative devices to explore contemporary social issues. Walker has shown her work in New Zealand, Australia, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Cyprus and throughout the United States. Recent exhibitions include the 2014 Wallace Art Awards travelling exhibition the Chicago Women’s Caucus for Art Exhibition and the 2014 New Zealand Painting and Printmaking Award.