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The Discursive & Curatorial Productions Initiative Presents: The one beneath is mysterious, falling below the line of sight at UC San Diego

An exhibition of works by

Catherine Czacki
Curated by Elizabeth Miller

When: May 23 – June 17, 2013

Opening Reception on Thursday, May 23rd, 7-9PM

Structural and Materials Engineering Bldg (SME) #406, UC San Diego
9500 Gilman Dr., La Jolla, California 92093

Catherine Czacki and Elizabeth Miller are Ph.D. students in UC San Diego’s Visual Arts Program in Art History, Theory, and Criticism.

“The objects stand in for other things catachrestically. They denote their material or abstract themselves by mimicking other things, always closed to epistemological certainty. They cannot speak our language, in our perceptions they can only repeat the name we give them.” – Catherine Czacki

The Discursive and Curatorial Practice (DCP) Initiative presents a series of interventions featuring the PhD in Art Practice students at the UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts. The DCP Initiative is a space designed for critical dialogue and experimentation in curatorial and discursive practices, with workshops for research into art practice, the aesthetics of materialization, and the cognitive and pedagogical potential of aesthetics.

Participating Artists:
Catherine Czacki
Kristin Gallerneaux
Jaekyung Jung
Alex Kershaw
Katrin Pesch
Tim Ridlen

Organized by Lara Bullock, Sascha Crasnow, and Elizabeth Miller

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