Victor Maldonado’s PNCA
Art, Ethics & Transgression seminar
Victor Maldonado’s Art, Ethics & Transgression seminar held residency for the month of April in conjunction with a group exhibit with works by Hiro Baba, Hayley Bauske, Justin James, Cassandra Lankford, Sydney McLeod, Brazil Morgan, Cat Ross, Jesse Siegel, Tyler Snazelle, Anita Spaeth, and Kimber Tidd. (Pictured left, Hayley Bauske and Cat Ross).
Portland-based artist Fernanda D’Agostino works in public art, video, mixed media, sculpture, and performance, and exhibits nationally and internationally. Generativity; (Indivisible) was adapted from the last exhibition at Suyama Space in Seattle, and investigates the entanglement of the natural world, organic forms, technology, and regeneration. Her work has been recognized by a Bronson Fellowship, a Flintridge Foundation Fellowship, grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and The Andy Warhol Foundation, 4Culture and individual artist fellowships in Montana and Oregon.