November 15 - January 10
no, i will not.
who is a hack.
do 2 wrongs make a right.
what can color do anyways. hands in the mix, gestures explain what is in front of me.
swans intertwined in sentimental sweeps, both landscape and object and field slipping on the banana peel. curtains, anyways.
“And I, too, said nothing, showed nothing; I didn’t open my mouth, I didn’t repaint my half of the world. I was ashamed. I was afraid, and I swallowed my shame and my fear. I said to myself: You are mad! What’s the meaning of these waves, these floods, these outbursts?” – Héléne Cixous
Aline Cautis (b. 1975) is based in Los Angeles. She studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Rice University, Houston, TX. Recent solo exhibitions include Sabot (Cluj-Napoca, Romania), Saturday Cinema (Chicago, IL), and Devening Projects (Chicago). Recent group exhibitions include Duckrabbit, Anat Ebgi Gallery, Los Angeles; Estate, a project by Lucie Fontaine, Marianne Boesky, New York; Fridge organized by Erin Foley, Control Room, Los Angeles; New Nomenclature, Galeria Pies, Pozen, Poland; Modern Talking, Museum of Art Cluj-Napoca, Romania; Four Rooms, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland; and Prague Biennale, Czech Republic. She is a recipient of a Fulbright Grant (2011) and a residency at the Vermont Studio Center (2008).