The exhibition explores the complex relationships of global economies through stock market data and international trade.
Pulling from the history of modernism, the idealistic and mystical space of the grid is repopulated with our current ideal: the economy.
Through paintings and digital media, the work visualizes various financial markers and data sets, presenting complicated and interdependent relationships.
Chad Erpelding is based in Boise, Idaho, US, where he is a Professor of Drawing and Painting and the MFA Graduate Program Director at Boise State University. His practice includes painting, printmaking, and digital media. His work has been exhibited in Spain, France, Italy, Bulgaria, Hungary, Armenia, Canada, Mexico, Argentina, Russia, Japan, South Korea, the Philippines, and throughout the US. This will be his first exhibit in the Netherlands.
Supported by Boise State University, the Idaho Commission on the Arts and Cultuurbuur Rotterdam.
Let Me Count The Ways
ONONO has the pleasure to host the American artist and professor Chad Erpelding for a two week long residency and solo show.
24th - 27th May 2019