Kendall Buster: Inventory of Imagined Places

April 4-July 5, 2003

Kendall Buster, Installation view, 2003. Photo by Erich Keel

Kendall Buster, Portable Highrise, 2003
Photo by Erich Keel
One of Washington's star sculptors, Kendall Buster creates large-scale sculptures that are both object and architecture. Consisting of a major site-specific installation, drawings and models, this exhibition showcased the extraordinary vision of this innovative artist.

“It is my hope that my sculptures may in some way mark the place where biology and technology meet and confront the viewer with a sense of both invitation and threat,” says the artist. “I regard these architectural projects as sites that are both seductive and threatening and as structures that offer an uneasy embrace.”

Kendall Buster received her Masters degree in sculpture from Yale University and is a professor at Virginia Commonwealth University.

Kendall Buster, Cells/Fragmented Gallery,
2003. Photo by Erich Keel

Roundtable Discussion

Thursday, April 24, 2003

Kendall Buster, Artist
Andrea S. Pollan, Art Critic and Curator
Sarah Tanguy,
Art Critic and Curator

In conjunction with the exhibition, Inventory of Imagined Places, this discussion between three influential women in the arts inspired a stimulating dialogue between the speakers, and the audience. To schedule an appointments to view the video recording of the presentation, call 202-338-3552.