This fall, the Tarble began a series of bi-annual long-term site-specific projects called Outside/Inside. These projects look to liminal space theory as a point of departure, with the understanding that the transition from the outside to the inside of the Tarble is integral to the perception of those who choose to enter the museum. The Outside/Inside series will therefore serve as interventions in specific inner and outer Tarble spaces, while also indicating that the Tarble is a place of vibrant creativity. Ultimately, it is our hope that these site-specific projects will encourage viewer engagement and participation within and outside the confines of the Tarble’s main exhibition spaces. Inside/Outside projects will take form in various media, with works being situated directly outside the Tarble Arts Center and the other taking place inside its Atrium.
|Porch Project: The Black Lunch Table, 2015
Sponsored by Elsewhere Museum, Greensboro, NC
Polymer gypsum, fiberglass, steel, gold leaf, plaster, pigment
Installation from OHWOW Gallery (now Moran Bondaroff); Los Angeles