Kohl Gallery

Temporal Boundaries Performance Art Series

  • Temporal Boundaries Performance Art Series
    Temporal Boundaries Performance Art Series
January 30, 2019
January 30-March 5, 2019

Temporal Boundaries performance art series

Kohl Gallery at Washington College is pleased to announce Temporal Boundaries, a series of original performance art works in the gallery featuring artists C.Tara & David Gladden with Mike Hall, Julia Betts, and Hoesy Corona.

Wednesday, January 30
C.Tara and David Gladden with Mike Hall: Insecure/Unsecure (Transmission 020)

6PM performance

Friday, February 8
Julia Betts: Unsettled Hues, Enduring Structures

5-7PM performance and opening reception
exhibit on view during regular gallery hours Feb. 9-17

Tuesday, March 5
Hoesy Corona: Alie[N]ation

6PM performance

All performances take place in Kohl Gallery, Gibson Center for the Arts, Washington College. All events are free and open to the public and all are warmly invited to attend!

This series is dedicated to the memory of Judy Kohl (1939-2018), a visionary, friend, and longtime supporter of the arts in Chestertown.

Funding for this series is generously provided by the Hedgelawn Foundation. Thank you!

Performance art, as a genre, draws upon and blurs distinctions between visual art, theatre, dance, video and film, activism, spoken word and other expressive forms. Kohl Gallery, in conjunction with SANDBOX at Washington College, is pleased to present this interdisciplinary series of live performance art works that draw broadly from points of origin across creative disciplines.

Context plays a significant role in all performance art work, whether presented in public space or for an intimate audience. In a gallery setting, performance art is most frequently presented as supplemental or corollary programming; it is far less common to find gallery space given over entirely to such fleeting and inherently temporary events. This series asks the artists to contend with the context of the gallery itself— the “white cube” both favored and maligned by artistic practice and convention. The artists featured here will present original live works conceived or adapted for the gallery setting.


For inquiries, contact Prof. Julie Wills: jwills2@washcoll.edu


Last modified on Mar. 16th at 1:57pm by Julie Wills.