STAT! investigates the relationship between our lived experiences and the data and statistics that are used to describe those experiences. Inspired by infographics and visualizations of data, Cayla Skillin-Brauchle explores the aesthetics of data in a time when the dissemination of information is acutely political. STAT! encourages viewers to consider how data is used to build a collective version of truth.
Cayla Skillin-Brauchle has exhibited drawings, prints, installations and performance art internationally at venues including Rotunda Gallery in Bangkok, Thailand, ROY G BIV Gallery in Columbus, Ohio, and Artspace Mackay in Queensland, Australia. Skillin-Brauchle has been an artist in residence at Iskra Print Collective, Vermont Studio Center, the Hambidge Center, Hypatia-in-the-Woods, PLAYA Summer Lake, and TEDxSalem. Skillin-Brauchle received a BA from Beloit College and an MFA from Ohio University, and was a 2012-13 Fulbright Fellow in India. Skillin-Brauchle is an Assistant Professor of Art at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon.
SOFT DATA Performance
Thursday, March 22, 6 – 8 PM
SOFT DATA is an interactive performance art piece in which the artist’s body acts as an informal polling station to collect soft data. By slipping sheets of paper in the numerous pockets on the artist’s custom jumpsuit, participants contribute to soft data collection in a public setting. Free and open to the public.
STAT! investigates the relationship between our lived experiences and the data and statistics that are used to describe those experiences. Inspired by infographics and visualizations of data, Cayla Skillin-Brauchle explores the aesthetics of data in a time when the dissemination of information is acutely political.View Exhibition
School Spirit: Celebrating Youth Art Month, now in its 16th year, showcases the talents of regional K-12 art students from over 40 area schools in a variety of media.View Exhibition
Local veteran and artist, Josh Zeis, brings to you his latest series of mixed media sculpture comprised of etched and molded copper, stoneware, and steel.View Exhibition
“The Mad Scientist of Music,” a modern-day John Cage, and provocative integrator of art forms, Mark Applebaum masterfully crafts intricate visual artworks of signs and symbols that can also be interpreted and played by musicians.View Exhibition
The Horse Nation of the Očhéthi Šakówiŋ explores how horses have shaped the history, spirituality, and culture of the Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota people of the Očhéthi Šakówiŋ or Seven Council Fires.View Exhibition