Artists in the exhibition

Michael Arcega

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DINA GOLDSTEIN

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JULIA GOODMAN

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andy diaz hope
& laurel roth hope

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mads lynnerup

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Tracey Snelling

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inez storer

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vera iliatova

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Elisabeth Higgins
O'Connor

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Chris Sollars

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Young Suh & Katie Peterson

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David Kasprzak

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Mike Rothfeld

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M. Louise Stanley

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Exhibition Checklist

Michael Arcega
The Enchanted, 2017
Wood, silicone, vellum, lights, and other mixed media
48 x 36 x 192 in.
The artist is represented by Johansson Projects, Oakland, CA.

Dina Goldstein
Hair in Milk, 2017
Pigment print on paper
36 x 65 in. (image size)

Dina Goldstein
Lilith as Queen Sheba, 2017
Pigment print on paper
32 x 42 ⅝ in. (image size)

Dina Goldstein
Elijah, 2017
Pigment print on paper
32 x 42 ¾ in. (image size)

Dina Goldstein
Golem, 2017
Pigment print on paper
32 x 40 ⅜ in. (image size)

Dina Goldstein
King Solomon, 2017
Pigment print on paper
32 x 42 ⅝ in. (image size)

Dina Goldstein
Princess in the Tower, 2017
Pigment print on paper
32 x 42 ⅝ in. (image size)

Dina Goldstein
Ibbur, 2017
Pigment print on paper
32 x 43 ½ in. (image size) 

Dina Goldstein
Dybbuk, 2017
Pigment print on paper
32 x 41 ⅜ in. (image size)

Dina Goldstein
Ashmodai, Mirrors, 2017
Pigment print on paper
40 x 53 ¼ in. (image size)

Dina Goldstein
Ashmodai, Garden, 2017
Pigment print on paper
40 x 53 ¼ in. (image size)

Dina Goldstein
The Tree of Life and the Tree of Knowledge, 2017
Pigment print on paper
34 x 55 in. (image size)

Julia Goodman
200 Year Present, 2017
Discarded and pulped bed sheets and t-shirts
78 x 168 x 44 in.
Project Assistants: Michelle Black, Amy Leners, and Mara Poliak

Andy Diaz Hope & Laurel Roth Hope
The Woulds, 2017
Wood, ceramics, glass, mirror, video, motors, and paint
168 x 168 x 144 in.
Andy Diaz Hope is represented by Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

Possible Lives video contributors: Jud Bergeron; Jon Bernson; Brett Bowman; Joshua Churchill + Elena Gurule; Yuka Ezoe; Jon Fisher; Andy Diaz Hope; Laurel Roth Hope; Nathan Hope; Phillip Hua; Ron Kurti; Laurie Lezin-Schmidt; Will McCullom; Kevin Earl Taylor; Jean Yaste

Bird songs courtesy of The Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

Vera Iliatova
Drift, 2017
Oil on canvas
50 x 60 in.
The artist is represented by Monya Rowe Gallery, Saint Augustine, FL, and Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York City, NY.

Vera Iliatova
The Land of Plenty, 2017
Oil on canvas
60 x 78 in.
The artist is represented by Monya Rowe Gallery, Saint Augustine, FL, and Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York City, NY.

Vera Iliatova
Helen says, 2017
Oil on canvas
60 x 78 in.
The artist is represented by Monya Rowe Gallery, Saint Augustine, FL, and Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York City, NY.

David Kasprzak
The Diminishing, But Never Final, Sounds of the Dying, 2017
Syrinx aruanus shell, steel, media player, sonic transducer, looped sound
56 x 10 x 10 in.

Mads Lynnerup
Elijah’s Golden Finger Mountain Violin, 2017
Video installation
7 min. 17 sec.

Actors: Thor Anderson; Clare A. Bland; Lexidius Calip; Connor Erickson; Curtis R. Henderson; Ouree Lee; Juan Matos; Olivia Nevins-Carbins; Kolby Rowland

The artist would like to give a special thanks to the video crew: Thor Anderson, Sound and Lighting; Dane Christensen, Director of Photography; Kevin Longa, Assistant Photography; Steve Wight, Technical Consultant. He would also like to thank Michael Svendsen, Stijn Schiffeleers, Steve Wight, Cally Martin, Christopher Paddock, Alex Peterson, and the San Francisco Art Institute.

Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor
blame/thirst, 2017
Lumber, styrofoam, paint, bedsheets, domestic textiles, paper, cardboard, quilting pins
96 x 72 x 84 in.

Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor
lullaby/lament, 2017
Lumber, styrofoam, paint, bedsheets, lace curtains, lace tablecloths, domestic textiles, paper, cardboard, quilting pins, string, twine
144 x 84 x 102 in.

Mike Rothfeld
“It is tomorrow we bury here today.”, 2017
EPS and polyurethane foams, and other related materials
108 x 144 x 132 in.

Tracey Snelling
Lilith’s Night Out, 2017
Lightbox with backlit print
30 x 60 x 3 in.

Tracey Snelling
She-Evil, 2013
Neon and transformers
10 x 36 x 1 in.

Tracey Snelling
Lilith’s Cave, 2017
Wood, paint, lights, cold dathode tubes, fabric, LCD screens, media players, speakers, and transformer
17 x 39 x 19 in.

Chris Sollars
Goatscapes, 2017
Video
11 min. 53 sec.
The artist would like to thank City Grazing, San Francisco, for their collaboration in this project.

M. Louise Stanley
Casting Call for Cautionary Tales, 2017
Acrylic on canvas
72 x 96 in.

M. Louise Stanley
She Waits . . . , 2017
Acrylic on canvas
46 x 36 in.

M. Louise Stanley
Summons, 2017
Acrylic on canvas
36 x 46 in.

Inez Storer
Vacation, 2017
Mixed media on panel
16 x 12 in.
The artist is represented by Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum, ID.

Inez Storer
Divan, 2015
Mixed media on canvas board
39 x 30 in.
The artist is represented by Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum, ID.

Inez Storer
Chinese Landscape, 2016
Mixed media on panel
48 x 31 in.
The artist is represented by Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum, ID.

Inez Storer
The Ocean of Tears, 2016
Mixed media on panel
24 x 36 in.
The artist is represented by Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum, ID.

Inez Storer
Artifact, 2016
Mixed media on panel
32 x 48 in.
The artist is represented by Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum, ID.

Inez Storer
Excerpt, 2016
Mixed media assemblage
17 x 14 x 4 in.
The artist is represented by Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum, ID.

Inez Storer
Reading the Torah, 2016
Mixed media on panel
24 x 36 in.
The artist is represented by Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum, ID.

Inez Storer
Hue, 2017
Mixed media on panel
48 x 60 in.
The artist is represented by Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum, ID.

Inez Storer
Our World, 2016
Mixed media on canvas board
60 x 48 in.
The artist is represented by Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum, ID.

Inez Storer
Conference, 2016
Mixed media on panel
32 x 48 in.
The artist is represented by Gail Severn Gallery, Ketchum, ID.

Young Suh & Katie Peterson
Scenes from a Forest, 2017
Video
21 min. 42 sec.

Young Suh & Katie Peterson
The day after Christmas. Mike lives in Cincinnati, Molly lives in Los Angeles, Katie lives in Albany, M’lis lives up the hill and Chris lives in the poolhouse. The girls go to Berkeley and they’re not around as much anymore. Ron’s Sheila died in 2008 & Nancy’s Skip in 1995., 2017
Pigment print on paper
18 x 14 in.

Young Suh & Katie Peterson
Mateo was born just after Tanya’s dad died. Tanya’s a poet; she met Jeremy, Mateo’s dad, at a rock show. Her mom is Italian and she wasn’t sure she was supposed to be in the picture. Tanya has a sister and Mateo has a cousin., 2017
Pigment print on paper
42 x 32 in.

Young Suh & Katie Peterson
A park near their house. You think eucalyptus trees are native to California because there’s so many of them but they’re not. Carlos’ sister isn’t in the picture. She’s visiting a friend. The other side of the hill, away from the view of the bay. Different trees. They don’t all have the same father. Big families on every side., 2017
Diptych; pigment prints on paper
15 ¾ x 12 in., 42 x 32 in.

Young Suh & Katie Peterson
They served us three different kinds of ceviche at their house in Richmond. Daniela was due at the end of June, and she warned her family that there was poison oak everywhere. Her brother thinks like an engineer., 2017
Pigment print on paper
42 x 32 in.

Young Suh & Katie Peterson
Chiyuma was born in Sweden. Her family’s property is close enough to the coast that it keeps cool. They hauled a house onto the property for Chi’s sister Sarah. Her stepfather is courtly. When her mom talks about the trees, she plunges into reverie. Everyone in the family is good at making things with their hands and one of the men makes music., 2017
Pigment print on paper
42 x 32 in.

Young Suh & Katie Peterson
Eli’s first day as “they,” or one of them. His sister lives far away, in the Pacific Northwest. Lucy and Richard wanted the picture of themselves in front of the cut tree. The name of their street is Tory Fort Lane., 2017
Triptych; pigment prints on paper
15 ¾ x 12 in. each

Young Suh & Katie Peterson
They just came back from Jamaica. It was Father’s Day. They spoke of Max in the present tense, their brother and son who passed away. When they brought Peija home they didn’t change her name. Peg lives in the city, pretty close to home. She loves talking about her sister., 2017
Pigment print on paper
42 x 32 in.

Young Suh & Katie Peterson
Towan and Tae’s parents were about to go back to Korea for the first time in years. Aska is Polish and Artlyn is an architect. The boys ran around with sticks in their hands like swords. Aska talked about fairy tales. She said maybe it was good to hear about something scary, that maybe it gave you some skills for living, that the stories shouldn’t be sanitized. Sometimes you have to pay to get into the grove but this day, it was free., 2017
Diptych; pigment prints on paper
26 ¼ x 20 in. each

Young Suh & Katie Peterson
Time to go home., 2017
Pigment print on paper
10 ½ x 8 in.