press release

OPENING RECEPTION Friday, November 8, 2002, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

As human beings we are in a constant state of transition. Adam Chodzko's DVD/sound installation Limbo Land and still photography/DVD installation A Place for 'The End', allow the viewer an attempt to define or imagine an ending, or what may actually be a new beginning. Through sight, sound and image, with gaps between each, he allows emotions to come forward, building possibilities of where we go from here and just what 'the end' may bring.

Program Gallery Talk by Adam Chodzko Tuesday, November 12, 2002 ASU Art Museum

About the Artist Adam Chodzko lives and works in Whitstable, Kent and London. His work has been exhibited in solo exhibitions at Sandroni Rey, Venice, CA; Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, England; Cubitt, London; Lotta Hammer, London; Galleria Franco Noero, Turin; Els Hanappe Underground, Athens; and Accademia Britannica, Rome. His work has been included in the group exhibitions Brilliant!, Walker Arts Center, Minneapolis; Sensation, Royal Academy, London (toured); Bright Paradise, 1st Auckland Triennial, Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand; and in exhibitions at the Venice Biennale; Deste Foundation, Athens; De Appel, Amsterdam; Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, Scottland; and Project Art Centre, Dublin. Recent publications this year include a catalogue published by Film and Video Umbrella and a book published by Bookworks.

Following his exhibition at the Arizona State University Art Museum, Adam Chodzko will present a solo exhibition at the Plains Art Museum as part of their series known as The Verge.

Adam Chodzko
Limbo Land and A Place for 'The End'