AT YOUR SERVICE | Bellevue Arts Museum, Washington | Opening and Talks February 15


FEBRUARY 14, 2014 – SEPTEMBER 21, 2014

Objects of daily use can be seen as representations of their owners and extensions of the self. This sentiment applies to a wide range of possessions, including the seemingly humble and utilitarian plate. In “At Your Service” ten artists come together to encourage the viewer to consider and question the significance and wider implications of this common household item.

Show Tour
and Talk

At Your Service: Exploring the Plate as a Site for Cultural Exploration with curators Niki Johnson and
Amelia Toelke and
artist Giselle Hicks
Sat, Feb 15, 2 – 3:30Artist Salon
at Project Art in Cummington, MA with artist Caroline Slotte
Thurs, Mar 27, 6:30–8:30
Giselle Hicks
is an independent artist currently working at Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts in Helena, Montana. Hicks’ work is an abstraction of the complex connections made a broken within domestic spaces that are routinely and ritually inhabited. She is represented by Ferrin Contemporary.
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Caroline Slotte
lives and works in Helsinki, Finland and holds a masters degree from Bergen Academy of Art and Design, Norway. The reworking of second-hand ceramic objects plays a pivotal role in Slotte’s practice. She is represented by Ferrin Contemporary in the USA.
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