Artists Talk: Wednesday, January 20 at 7pm
Hamiltonian welcomes artists Kyle Tata and Rob Hackett as they discuss their work in our current exhibitions Asleep in the Factory and Mode(s).
Across their two newest series of photography and sculpture, Tata and Hackett collectively traverse questions of personal narrative, examined histories, and the visceral capacity of simplified visual languages.
Kyle Tata is a Baltimore-based artist working primarily in photography, artist books, and other printed material. His practice situates both found and personal imagery under an array of artistic processes that generate new situations, feelings, and experiences.
Rob Hackett is a DC-based sculptor and printmaker from Pittsburgh, PA. Across two- and three-dimensions, Hackett’s work questions notions of space, navigation, and the corporeal effects that arise at their intersection. His interest in human interaction with the physical world lends to an extensive aesthetic exploration of the visceral and the material.
Hamiltonian is located at 1353 U Street NW. For more information visit www.hamiltonianartists.org.