Fall Project Space Exhibitions

Oct 10, 2017   12pm–Nov 17, 2017   11:59pm
Headlands, Project Space

Exhibitions by select Artists in Residence will be presented in Project Space each season. Visitors are invited in to witness and engage with the space throughout the exhibitions’ various stages of making: as working studios undergoing transformation, or in their final state as complete exhibitions. Project Space is free and open to the public Sunday–Thursday, 12–5PM.

Fall Project Space Exhibitions

Opening Reception: November 5, 4–6PM
(stay for dinner! Sunday Supper event starts at 6:30PM—learn more)

No Human Eyes: Will Rogan
In progress:  October 10–November 4
Opening reception: Sunday, November 5
On view: through November 17

Multidisciplinary, Bay Area artist Will Rogan has recently been using documentary photography as a guiding element in producing sculptures. During his seasonal job as an expedition guide aboard a cruise ship in Antarctica, Rogan produced many images of a human-free landscape. Combining these images with handmade ceramic objects, and other items evocative of human innovation, Rogan’s Project Space installation presents a confrontation between the austere and rugged environments of wild nature and human ideals of objects, community, and function.

Open 24 Hours: Edra Soto

In progress: October 23–November 4
Opening reception: 
Sunday, November 5
On view: 
through November 17

Chicago-based artist Edra Soto has devoted much of her multifaceted artistic practice to investigating the ways that class and race figure in post-colonial representations. Since 2016, Soto has been photographically documenting her Chicago neighborhood, focusing especially on areas that are accessible at all hours (such as her boulevard and adjacent streets). These places are highly visible, yet are rarely—if ever—cleaned by the city, and constantly accumulate the city’s detritus. While documenting the debris and trash, Soto found traces of a drug and alcohol fueled economy, drawing connections to the city’s recent and deep past. At Headlands, Soto will relocate 24 Hours into Headlands’ Project Space, producing an exhibition that includes architectural interventions, continued photo documentation, and a workshop for exhibition visitors to produce objects to be placed in the space.