Kim Schoenstadt’s international site-specific installations are inspired by the intersections of architecture, sculpture, color, line, history, culture and concepts based around overlapping points in time. Each piece creates multiple realities simultaneously through skillfully orchestrated compositions. The artist states, “My work has always had two interlocking avenues of inquiry. The more visible part of my studio practice involves a formal interrogation of architecture and environments through drawing and installation work. The other less conspicuous side engages more sociologically and conceptually with groups of people in order to inform a work’s content.” Schoenstadt is interested in the power of art to change one’s relationship with space and educate the viewer of the history and culture of a place. Among her current projects, is a permanent installation at the Los Angeles County Metro’s Fairview Heights Station. She is also known for her ongoing series, Now Be Here, group photographs taken of hundreds of female artists. The project addresses the issue of gender underrepresentation in contemporary art museums. Kim Schoenstadt was born in Chicago, Illinois and received her BFA from Pitzer College in Claremont, CA.
To learn more about Kim, visit www.KimSchoenstadt.com
$15 for general public; $10 for seniors. FREE to Focus on the Masters Members.
Special invitation to Educators & Students:
The Artist Spotlight and panel discussion is open to students attending as a class assignment free of charge. FOTM is happy to assist with tracking attendance and sign-in sheets. Reservations required.
Sponsored by Martin & Virginia Furmanski
AfterGLOW Fundraising Event:
Join us for AfterGLOW, a celebratory supper at the seaside Ventura home of Martin & Virginia Furmanski immediately following the program. Paid reservations are essential & required prior to February 18. We expect this AfterGLOW to sell out.
$30 FOTM members, $40 Non-members. Maps will be given to paid guests at the interview.