InSitu: Winter Invitational at the Arvada Center 1/18-4/1 2018 by Heidi Jung

Jung Studio Denver, Colorado

Jung Studio Denver, Colorado

In SITu: From the Artist's Perspective Jan 18 – April 1, 2018

Opening Reception
Thursday January 18 - 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Free and Open to the Public

in si·tu

adverb & adjective

  1. in its original place.

  2. "mosaics and frescoes have been left in situ"

    • in position 

A prevalent element all artist studios have in common is a chair. No matter the type, style, or medium of work created by the artist, the studio chair is an important tool for their creative practice. In this exhibition, artwork by twenty nine artists can be viewed while sitting in the artist’s studio chair, which will be situated in front of their work. While viewing artwork from the artist’s own studio chair, visitors can ponder each piece and hopefully gain a glimpse of the artist’s vision. Jung has been selected as a one of 29 artists to participate.

InSitu artist chair auction by Heidi Jung

50 of IKEA’s IVAR chair were generously donated by IKEA Centennial for artists to transform. These wooden chairs have been turned into sculptures, art objects, and re-imagined functional chairs, and will all be offered for auction throughout the duration of the exhibition. Registration for the auction is easy, and can be done via text message or online - check back in January for more information on how to register!

Auction Starts: January 18, 9:00 a.m.

Opening Reception: January 18, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m., Free and open to the public

Auction Ends: March 31, 6:30 p.m.

Final Bidding Reception: March 31, 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.

All proceeds from the auction will benefit the Arvada Center Exhibitions program and will help keep our galleries free.

view auction here

Jung T  itle: “It’s a lovely piece, too bad we couldn’t find a mark”

Jung Title: “It’s a lovely piece, too bad we couldn’t find a mark”

Manufacturer: Hermès, Cartier, and IKEA

Materials: 100% cast sterling silver

Weight: 756.8 oz.

This piece is comprised of 1,865,400,000 individual grains of silver sand, harvested by a reclusive tribe of mermen from the bottom of the Mariana Trench. Once the grains were collected, using 24 carat gold tweezers, they were transported to the surface in thimble sized buckets carried by expertly trained narwhal, by the tip of their tusk.

(This statement has not been verified by Hermès, Cartier, IKEA or the Arvada Center of the Arts and Humanities)