Exhibition Date: Tuesday, October 26, 2010 - Saturday, January 29, 2011

ROY G BIV Gallery for Emerging Artists presents Time-Sensitive, an exhibition at the OSU Urban Arts Space from October 2010 – January 2011. ROY G BIV welcomed Ola Ståhl as juror for the show.   

Time-Sensitive features artists who explore the idea of the ephemeral. Ephemeral artworks fade, disappear, or simply “end” due to the materials or time that they inhabit.
The artworks in Time-Sensitive explore the impermanent and the transitory, as well as disintegration and decay.  These investigations will hopefully encourage momentary (yet lasting) impressions on the viewer.

Selected Artists
Megan Biddle
Joomi Chung
Lalie Douglas
Mona Gazala
Nat Martin
Lela Van Horn Mendoza
Emily Moorhead
Takeshi Moro
Zuzana Muranicova
Rana Siegel
Aaron Vermedal
Sheilah Wilson

ROY G BIV Gallery is a non-profit art gallery located at 997 North High Street in Columbus, Ohio's historic Short North District.  ROY has been dedicated to supporting emerging artists since 1989, featuring thousands of artists during its 21 years of existence.  ROY G BIV Gallery's 2010 exhibition season is made possible by the generous support of the Greater Columbus Arts Council, the Ohio Arts Council, and the Columbus Foundation.
About the Juror
Ola Ståhl is a writer, cultural theorist, and sound & text based artist based in Malmö, Sweden. He received his BA with First Class Honours in The History of Art, Design and Film with Professional Writing from Sheffield Hallam University, his MA with Distinction in The Social History of Art and PhD in Cultural Studies from the Department of Fine Art, Art History and Cultural Studies at The University of Leeds. He is a founding member of the artist collective C.CRED with whom he has participated in several international art exhibitions and festivals.

Juror Statement
"What does our title, Time-Sensitive, imply? To be sensitive to time, to sense time, to have a certain sensibility by which to appreciate time? To be overly sensitive to time, disturbed by time, to experience time idiosyncratically, intensely or simply differently? To be able to be affected by time, to have the capacity to be transformed or altered by time, to take on different temporal modalities, to be of or in different, non-normative times? Or, alternatively, to risk being transformed by time, to suffer decay or degradation, death, with time? "

To read Ola Ståhl's full juror statement, please click here.