SuperNatural is an exhibition of Portland-area artists juried by Arnold J. Kemp, TBA:07 Artist and former Associate Curator of Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco. The exhibition was conceived as a response to the current political and cultural climate and reflects a world in a suspended, sometimes horrific dreamstate. Expect the abnormal, celestial, concealed, dark, fabulous, ghostly, hidden, impenetrable, invisible, metaphysical, miraculous, mystic, numinous, obscure, paranormal, phenomenal, preternatural, psychic, rare, secret, spectral, superhuman, superior, supermundane, superordinary, transcendental, uncanny, unearthly, unfathomable, unintelligible, unknowable, unknown, unnatural, unrevealed, and unusual.
The work selected for this exhibition will be on view alongside DAYDREAM NATION (The Suspiria Version) an exhibition of new work by Arnold J. Kemp.
Arnold J. Kemp is an artist, writer and curator. Kemp’s curatorial projects include, among others: Bay Area Now, Extra Super Meta, Mark Dion: Where the Land Meets the Sea, Rapper’s Delight, Juvenilia and Slow Dive, all presented at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts where Kemp was an Associate Curator from 1993 to 2003.
Made possible in part with support from the Pacific Northwest College of Art.