Previous Exhibitions

Touching @ Helen's Costume

August 9 - September 21, 2020

Featuring Cliff Hengst, Chanel Conklin, Jamesha Walker-Tenjinmon, and Michael Iauch

Curated by Steve Brown.

 

portal

July 30 - September 3, 2020

Photograph of a sandy beach along the Columbia River under clear blue skies. Looking toward the shore, there is an installation of artworks clustered in a circle by the waters edge, revealing the backside of three paintings, which are hanging from wooden stakes pounded into the beach sand. There is a 5 gallon hardware store bucket on the right hand side, which holds one of the wooden stakes. We can make out the face of one abstract painting, which is traversed by a diagonal line of blacks and brown from top right to bottom left. Above the dark diagonal are shades of blue and green. The paintings are far from the lens of the camera, and it's difficult to discern more details of the paintings.

Featuring Endale Abraham, David Lechner, and Elmeater Morton.

Sound design by Ryan Gamblin.

Consultation and production by shared_spaces.

Curated by Cecilia Chiappini, Shea Seery and Emma Ganger-Spivak

 

Salsgiver Bonanza Ranch

June 25 - July 30, 2020

Image of computer game screenshot showing a ranch landscape where we see an animated friendly looking silver dragon in the foreground, with a large red barn in the distance. The horizon line cuts the image in half, and some distant trees intersect the horizon line, below a bright blue sky.

Ceramics,  cassette tape-recordings, and drawings by Artistic Director and Ranch Foreman Harold Salsgiver

Music Composition by David Allred

Sound Design by Ryan Gamblin

Game production by sharedspace.etc ; Ezra Bergmann, Tatiana Zancajo-Lugo, & Connor Stockton

 

I CAN CELEBRATE THE FUTURE ALL NIGHT

April 10 - June 24, 2020

Featuring Job Erickson, Mohamed Omar, David Hunt, Jeannette Mill, Eddie Butler, Lorna Barnes, Olga Shchepina, Aaron Cunningham, Naomie Miller, and the poems of Aaron Hutchinson.

PALS' first exhibition in augmented reality, in collaboration with the "Making Space" class at Reed College.