FLAG POST: Roxane Hopper
Tether Projects is pleased to announce the sixth installment of the public art exhibition, FLAG POST. We are happy to have Roxane Hopper’s flag on view to the public.
Roxane Hopper is an artist living and working in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She is interested in the mysteries of the formless, time and light. Having worked primarily in photography for many years, she is currently exploring the fiber arts and the metaphors embedded in the process of weaving.
Roxane Hopper was born in San Antonio and graduated with an MFA from Northwestern University’s Art Theory and Practice department. Her work has been shown at the Center for Contemporary Arts in Santa Fe, at Devening Projects, BEN RUSSELL, Old Gold and at the Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago. Her work has also been exhibited at the Blue Star Contemporary Arts Center in San Antonio and at the Sarajevo Winter Festival in Sarajevo. She received a Visual Arts Award from The Union League Civic and Arts Foundation in Chicago and completed a residency at Ox-Bow. She is also a musician, teaches yoga asana and cares for a large family of plants.
Tether Projects is a curatorial collaboration between Rusty Shackleford and Julie Rudder. With a nod to the Chicago and NYC based project Temporary Allegiance, by Philip Von Zweck, FLAG POST is a rotating show of artist-made flags. Inspired by the broad use and display of flags from decorative to political and from personal to institutional, FLAG POST flags will fly for their own purposes.
FLAG Post: Roxane Hopper
April 21, 2017
On Display April 21st to May 25th, 2017