Sept 21-Oct. 31, 2007
Installation by Kim Waale
"The Center of the Earth is in My Backyard"
Wilson Gallery, Le Moyne College, Syracuse, NY
Reception and panel discussion, Friday, Oct. 19, 3:30
Panel will focus on the complex relationships humans have with the natural world
McCormick Tribune Freedom Museum, Chicago, IL. “Filth, Treason, Blasphemy,” exhibit highlighting three “case studies” of museums butting up against explicit issues of censorship based on specific charges: “filth” in the work of Kim Waale as it pertains to children viewing representations of male genitalia, “treason” regarding the Smithsonian’s proposed Enola Gay exhibit in 1994, and “blasphemy” as decried by then mayor Rudy Giuliani regarding a 1999 show at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, through Mon 10/29.
Solo Con Natura, Isla Santay, Ecuador. Through October. An exhibition of outdoor installations made of locally available materials on the island nature preserve. Kim Waale collaborated with local artist Valentin Domingus on three site-based installations. Seven international artists were invited to Isla Santay to collaborate with local artists.