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UPCOMING SHOWS

Tracy Hall in the Blackfoot Gallery

Friday, July 10, 20205:00 pmFriday, July 31, 20206:00 pm
Tracy Hall in the Blackfoot Gallery

The ZACC is thrilled to host an In-Progress Series by Tracy Hall in our Blackfoot Gallery for the month of July, with an opening reception on July 10, 2020, from 5 to 8 PM.

Tracy Hall is a Missoula, MT artist and writer whose work deals with daily emotional processes through natural phenomena and mythology. Her current series, Binding, utilizes drawing, embroidery, garment construction, and bookmaking to explore different perspectives of what it means to be bound, whether in obligation, under duress, or as an affirmative choice.

This show is an in-progress series of pieces centered around human interaction with nature and the ways wilderness can feel at turns threatening or benign. It mainly features work with ballpoint pen and embroidery. The pieces explore different ideas of ‘binding,’ such as constriction, mutual contract, and holding things together with thread. In several of the pieces, Tracy focused on a common theme of binding flowers or branches to animals’ legs or disembodied human hands. These instances of binding are up for interpretation—as ritual acts, they might be positive, suggesting commitment or sacredness, or they might limit and stifle.

Tracy Hall in the Blackfoot Gallery

Friday, July 10, 20205:00 pmFriday, July 31, 20206:00 pm
Tracy Hall in the Blackfoot Gallery

The ZACC is thrilled to host an In-Progress Series by Tracy Hall in our Blackfoot Gallery for the month of July, with an opening reception on July 10, 2020, from 5 to 8 PM.

Tracy Hall is a Missoula, MT artist and writer whose work deals with daily emotional processes through natural phenomena and mythology. Her current series, Binding, utilizes drawing, embroidery, garment construction, and bookmaking to explore different perspectives of what it means to be bound, whether in obligation, under duress, or as an affirmative choice.

This show is an in-progress series of pieces centered around human interaction with nature and the ways wilderness can feel at turns threatening or benign. It mainly features work with ballpoint pen and embroidery. The pieces explore different ideas of ‘binding,’ such as constriction, mutual contract, and holding things together with thread. In several of the pieces, Tracy focused on a common theme of binding flowers or branches to animals’ legs or disembodied human hands. These instances of binding are up for interpretation—as ritual acts, they might be positive, suggesting commitment or sacredness, or they might limit and stifle.

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