Butler Building #5, Studio #19
Through photography, installation and video, Bridget Batch pursues questions regarding alternate planes of consciousness and the nature of existence. She makes meditative artworks exploring our sense of connectedness in a world defined by modernization, consumption culture and environmental transformation.
Batch has exhibited in New York, Washington DC, San Francisco, Los Angeles and in Europe, as well as online, and completed artist residencies at Italy’s Fabrica, Salem Artworks in Salem, NY, and at the Grand Canyon South Rim Program, among others. A frequent collaborator, Batch has worked with composer Jean-Luc Sinclair, artists Kevin Cooley and Eve LaFountain, and within the collective neverhitsend. Most recently she participated in the first exhibition by neverhitsend, at 356 Mission as well as Post:Private at Monte Vista Projects both in Los Angeles, Fault Lines, by Jules Gimbrone/Pack Projects at Human Resources LA, the inaugural exhibition of The Blue Cube Gallery in Ventura, California, and in Tropical Lab 7 in Singapore.
Image 1 and 2: Installation view from When We Are Robots We Will Still Gaze at the Stars, mylar sculpture, video loops, found branches, aluminum panels, parachute cord and archival inkjet prints, dimensions variable, 2014
Image 3: Owens Lake, performance 2, from When We Are Robots We Will Still Gaze at the Stars, archival pigment print, 40 x 52 inches, 2014
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