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Public hours are Thursday–Sunday, 2–6pm, or by APPOINTMENT. Admission is free.

Yale Union acknowledges that it occupies the traditional lands of the Multnomah, Chinook, Kathlamet, Clackamas, Tualatin Kalapuya, Molalla, and other indigenous peoples.

MCINTYRE PARKER

November 3–December 16, 2018
Opening Saturday, November 3, 4–6pm
Thursday–Sunday, 2–6pm

For Amanda Gracia Blanco

Film processed by Colorlab, Rockville, Maryland; and Cinecolor México, Mexico City

McIntyre Parker was born in 1984 in Long Beach, California, and lives in Half Moon Bay, California. Recent presentations include “Gallery Share,” Kristina Kite Gallery, Los Angeles (2018); “Gracia,” Odium Fati, San Francisco (2017); and “Coffee News #02,” Artspeak, Vancouver (2016). He founded the off-space Pied-à-terre, which ran from 2009–2017.

A text by curator and writer Kim Nguyen has been written for the occasion:


I. A place derived from two persons.

II. (Orchard)

III. 37°27′32′′N 122°26′13′′W / 37.458840°N 122.436848°W / 37.458840; -122.436848

IV. A home where stay is sewn into the corners.

V. It breathes.

VI. The foggiest of days.

VII. The warmest light, it lifts.

VIII. We traverse to the cities of silver, where the balconies kiss.

IX. Guarding the tree that stands still, waiting for us.

X. Four directions, one that leads us to the lichen, one to the mountain, third to the snow, and fourth, back to the lemons along the bay.

XI. An unpredicted tenderness.

XII. The indigo blossoms after the lightning.

XIII. A heart to garden.

XIV.

XV. The ocean remembers, we will always be water.