LOCATION: Lane Meyer Projects - 2528 Walnut St

EVENT CATEGORIES: Art Events | OPEN: Exhibits/Studios/Shops | Buy Art

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  • Mon, Nov 30, 2020 - Sun, Dec 13, 2020

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Lane Meyer Projects is pleased to present LMP PDA, a new public exhibition space where artworks will be displayed in our public-facing window vitrine every 2 weeks, until we open at full capacity. Exhibited artworks will be for sale and 100% of the sales will go directly to the artists, who have agreed to donate a portion to a social, political or otherwise engaged organization of their choice.

LMP PDA is viewable 24/7 and we invite you to stop by anytime while wearing a mask and practicing appropriate social distancing - it’s our way to propose a new way of thinking and looking together, while we’re staying apart.


Noah Travis Phillips will be on view from November 30th to December 13th at LMP PDA.
Noah Travis Phillips is an interdisciplinary artist, scholar, and educator; (BA, Naropa University, Fine Art and Environmental Studies; MFA, University of Denver, Emergent Digital Practices). Their research and creative interests integrate fictional autobiography, the anthropocene and the posthuman, engaging appropriation and digital/analog remix strategies. They create adaptable and multicentered artworks incorporating 2D/3D digital fabrication, videos, books, performance, and the internet. Phillips is Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor in Emergent Digital Practices at University of Denver. Their most recent exhibitions include group shows at Alto Gallery in Denver, CO (ARTIFACTS), Miriam Gallery in NYC (Friendly Ghost) and the Weserburg Museum for Modern Art (Künstlerpublikationen: analog – digital!). They live and work in Boulder, Colorado.

Noah has decided to donate 100% of sales to Wildlands Restoration Volunteers.
Wildlands Restoration Volunteers (WRV) is a Colorado nonprofit 501(c)(3) that organizes thousands of volunteers each year to complete more than 100 wild lands conservation projects in Colorado and southern Wyoming. Projects range in length from just a couple of hours to a weekend or longer. WRV has a diverse Youth and Inclusiveness Program and a comprehensive Volunteer Leadership Development Program. WRV’s mission is to foster a community spirit of shared responsibility for the stewardship and restoration of public, protected, and ecologically significant lands across Colorado and beyond.


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