GOCA Downtown, 121 121 S. Tejon Street
June 4 - August 6, 2021
The year 2020, fueled by the tension of rising social unrest in the United States and the global COVID-19 pandemic, produced numerous challenges that we faced individually and collectively.
U OK? is an exhibition featuring works from artists across the Front Range of Colorado whose pieces speak to individual coping and communal perseverance in the wake of physical, spiritual, and mental burnout. The exhibition, which presents a wide range of mediums, captures the emotional residue that seeped out from our past year together through works that are emotive, absurd, humorous, heartbreaking and hopeful.
Katy Batsel (Denver), Koko Bayer (Denver), Jonah Brock (Colorado Springs), Kailani Dobson (Colorado Springs), Trey Duvall (Denver), Moe Gram (Denver), Margaret Kasahara (Colorado Springs). Learn more about the artists.
The exhibition is guest curated by Christine Flores and Stephanie Von Fange.
Image: Trey Duvall, Do, Do, Do, Do, Do, 76 individual video performances, video duration range: 30s to 30min, 2019.
Opening Night June 4 | 5-8pm
Exhibition on View: June 4 - August 6, 2021 at GOCA Downtown
Gallery Hours | Friday, Saturday, Sunday 12-6pm | *Registration encouraged, drop-ins welcome.
First Fridays | July 2nd - August 6th | 5-8pm
*capacity restrictions, health checks, + masks required