August 31–October 23
Reception: Thursday, September 2, 4:30–7:00 p.m.
Betty Rymer Gallery, 280 S. Columbus Drive
Spill examines the expanding definition of "abstraction" in painting through the works of current SAIC students. This exhibition focuses on the materiality of paint and its many methods of delivery as well as relating abstraction to history, concepts, metaphor, representation, and new forms of non-objective painting. Curated by SAIC faculty Judith Geichman and John Phillips. Artists include: Brian James Bartlett, Stephanie Brown, Inah Choe, Jan Christopher-Berkson, Chris Urban Coyote Detlaff, Jennifer Diaz, Sarah Doll, John Dominguez, Danica Favorito, Rachel Fay, Ali Gibbons, Danny Giles, Wyatt Grant, Samantha Haring, Zachary Hunter Harvey, Alyssa Herlocher, Ji Soo Hong, Julieann Hu, Heelim Hwang, Ryan Ingebritson, Emma E James, Elizabeth Jung, Andre Kerman, Youjeong Kwon, Jihee Lee, Manuel López Aguilar, Betsy O'Brien, Sohhee Oh, Tilghman Pelczar, Tessa Perutz, Stephani Plichta, Betany Porter, Brenna Quinn, Dan Rizzo-Orr, Tully, Daniel Schmid, Joey K. Sheung, Jessica Turcios, Jobet Uy, and Nayeon Yang.