Mother Tongue

April 13, 2013 by SHED

detail from: Approximation of Sun Through Closed Eyelids, 2013detail from: Approximation of Sun Through Closed Eyelids, 2013

S.H.E.D. Projects is pleased to present Mother Tongue, an exhibition of new photographic and sculptural works by Kristine Eudey. Eudey’s work often finds itself straddling the margins between image and object, as she strategically engages the overlaps and dissonances between, sight, physical experience, and representation.

Mother Tongue explores this phenomenological space in conversation with the specificity of S.H.E.D.’s architecture by exposing the threshold between the site’s interior and exterior realms. Eudey’s recent work, much of it inspired by the way we see and comprehend the daily light cycle, is made complete as the sun tracks through and past the exhibition space, connecting her work to those routine experiences that remain intractably unrepresentable.

Kristine Eudey lives and works in Oakland, California. She is currently an MFA candidate at California College of the Arts and, hailing from the Midwest, earned BFA degrees in photography and sculpture from University of Illinois in 2009.  Mother Tongue is her first solo exhibition.

Mother Tongue / New works by Kristine Eudey

Saturday, April 27th /// 3pm-7pm